EP 098: Secrets to Building Your Personal Brand and Creating Authority on Instagram with Ryan Magin

In this episode, Aaron LeBauer sits down with Ryan Magin to give you the lowdown on how you can create your personal brand and make money out of it. Ryan fondly refers to himself as the Internet Advocate for Skinny Jeans. He is a serial internet entrepreneur, a master of Youtube and Instagram, and a…

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How to Create Passive Income as a Clinic Owner

“Passive income” is a phrase so many want to hear these days. Today, I chat about the best way to create passive income for your physical therapy clinic. Look, the easiest way to create passive income isn’t to create something brand new. It’s not to start an online business, though you can certainly do that.…

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EP 097: Homeless to 7-Figure Business Owner with Tom Miller of Lifelight Fitness

How do you go from sitting in federal prison and addicted to drugs to running a seven-figure business in only a few years? After turning his back on a lifelong passion for fitness in favor of drugs and alcohol, Tom Miller did two stints in prison that left him homeless and deeper in his addiction…

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The #1 Marketing Strategy for Our Clinic

Today, I wanted to share the number one marketing strategy we use in our clinic! This strategy continues to refer us patients, even when we’re sleeping. With this strategy, I don’t have to buy physicians lunch or beg them for referrals, and once we set it up once, it continues to work on autopilot. So,…

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EP 096: Trigger Point Dry Needling as Your Niche or Just Part of Your Clinical Toolbox with Paul Killoren

Paul Killoren on the CashPT Lunch Hour Podcast

What’s the most powerful, immediate reset tool you can use in your PT practice? Trigger point dry needling is a great way to help your patients start to release pain and increase performance. When Paul Killoren opened a cash practice where he offered dry needling, he accidentally found himself in a high-demand niche. Now he’s…

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Don’t Create a “Job” for Yourself

The number one mistake people make is that they create a job for themselves. What does that mean? Today we’re talking about it. Creating a job for yourself is better than the alternative (working for someone else), but it also means you’re stuck. When you take a vacation, you don’t get paid. When it’s time…

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EP 095: Solving the Chronic Pain & Opioid Epidemic in a Thriving Cash Practice with Jim Heafner

One of the primary benefits of starting a cash-based clinic is the freedom to practice in the way that you feel will best serve your patients. For Jim Heafner, that means focusing on stellar client experience and taking a holistic approach to treatment. Jim is the owner and lead PT at cash-based Heafner Health in…

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3 Techniques You Must Use When Treating Patients in Your Cash Practice

Today, I want to talk about three things you need to do to get your patients better. LISTEN You have to spend time to listen to your patients. It’s one of the most valuable things we can do. If all I have to do is sit there and listen to people, they’ll happily pay. Because…

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EP 094: Managing & Mentoring Clinical Staff to Grow Your Physio Business with Darryl Yardley

Darryl Yardley on the CashPT Lunch Hour Podcast

No matter how much clinical training you got in school, you likely left unprepared for the nuance of patient care and private practice. Through his Mentorship Bootcamp, Darryl Yardley helps physiotherapists, from recent graduates to practice owners, develop the Business Acumen Mindset and avoid the trap of neglecting the patient experience. He joins Aaron in…

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What Are You Willing to Give up to Be Successful?

What do you need to give up to get what you want? That’s what we’re talking about today. When it comes to being successful in your business, it’s all about leveraging your time and money. You could do it all yourself—I don’t doubt that—but is that really worth it? Your time is probably scarce, so…

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