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“You need yourself more than those people need you.”
— Leah Jolly
In this bonus episode of one of our first Deeper Dives, we are diving into the exciting world of setting up your own private practice.
We’ll be chatting about all the juicy stuff like deciding what kind of practice to have, how to handle follow-up services like a boss, and setting those all-important boundaries with clients.
Oh, and let’s not forget about actually making money!
We’ll be dishing out some killer tips on managing the financial side of running a practice, like offering payment plans and discounts for follow-ups.
Listen now to discover:
- Deciding on what type of private practice you want (3:47)
- The struggle with follow-ups (10:57)
- Setting boundaries (22:57)
- What you would change in your business if you had a magic wand (35:36)
“It’s hard that we have this really difficult business that people think we should be giving away for free and that healthcare providers don’t think that they need us.”
— Annie Frisbie
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1:35 – Setting the tone
3:47 – Deciding on what type of private practice you want
8:01 – Benefits of a group practice
10:57 – The struggle with follow-ups
22:57 – Setting boundaries
28:06 – Prioritizing personal needs
35:36 – Having a magic wand
Leah Jolly is a private practice IBCLC with Bay Area Breastfeeding in Houston, Texas. Annie Frisbie is a private practice IBCLC serving Queens and Brooklyn in New York City, and the creator of Paperless Lactation.
The Lactation Business Coaching podcast is produced by us and edited by Jillian Grover, who also writes our show notes. Our theme song is by Silas Wade.