EP 077: The 5 Key Aspects of Building a 6-Figure Online Business with Jason Maxwell

Jason Maxwell on The CashPT Lunch Hour Podcast

How do you start a 6-figure online business and get over 295,000 followers on Instagram? The perfect example would be today’s guest, Jason Maxwell. After starting JMax Fitness, Jason created massive online success and now helps others do the same. Listen to find out how to get 6,000 followers in 24 hours. In this episode,…

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Credit Cards Suck and Here’s Why…

Credit Cards Suck and Here's Why...

Credit cards suck and you should never use them again… …said no business coach ever. Today I wanted to talk about why you shouldn’t be scared of credit cards and debt when it comes to business. You’ve probably been taught business credit cards are bad for a multitude of reasons. Maybe your parents mismanaged their…

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EP 076: Connecting with Your Personal Why with Elizabeth Brewer

Want to keep growing your business while also having a passion for what you do? Then you need to answer one question that will create unstoppable momentum for your growth. Learn what that question is and more from Dr. Elizabeth Brewer, the founder of Traction Pain Relief & Wellness. Elizabeth shares how her disappointing dream…

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Why “Regular” Jobs Aren’t For Me

Today, I wanted to share part of an upcoming podcast I was featured on. In this short piece, I explain how I got into physical therapy as a career and why “regular” jobs just weren’t for me. As many of you know, almost all of my family were medical providers. I come from a line…

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EP 075: The Entrepreneur’s Edge and How Failure Leads to Massive Success with Gil Zimmermann

Gil Zimmermann on The CashPT Lunch Hour Podcast

Guess what? You don’t have to be afraid of failing! Isn’t that freeing? Today’s episode is all about successful entrepreneurship starting from failure. Aaron’s featured guest, Gil Zimmermann, started CloudLock, which is now a major part of Cisco. Gil went from a position of firing most of his employees to creating a business worth $300M.…

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The Secret to Helping Even More People

The Secret to Helping Even More People

Today, I want to talk about why I created all my products and coaching programs. When it comes down to it, I created these programs to solve problems that you’ve told me you’re having—whether you’ve told me directly, with your questions or even with your objections. I thought to myself: what programs can I create…

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EP 074: Why You Are Afraid to Ask for Payment for Physical Therapy?

The CashPT Lunch Hour

You can’t own a business without generating income, and you can’t generate income if you aren’t willing to charge for your services. So why are you hesitant to charge what you’re worth? If you’re worried about selling PT, you’re in the wrong mindset. Aaron is going to dig into what you’re actually selling, what you’re…

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New Marketing Strategy: Composing Authority Amplifiers and Books

New Marketing Strategy: Composing Authority Amplifiers and Books

In this week’s blog post, I wanted to share a recent Facebook Live I did with my two CashPT Residents, Dr. Derek Nielsen of Kaizen Physical Therapy, and Dr. Tyler Shelton who will open his clinic in a few months. Check out this dive into what it’s like to brainstorm with me about one of…

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EP 073: Live in the CashPT Nation: Are You An Entrepreneur?

If you’re thinking about pursuing the life of entrepreneurship, then you’ll need the blueprint for success. Aaron has traveled this journey for over 6 years now and is ready to help you start yours. Join Aaron in this behind the scenes talk to CashPT Nation and hear why you should consider becoming an entrepreneur now.…

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The Aaron LeBauer Story & Why You Can Start a Cash Practice Too

The Aaron LeBauer Story & Why You Can Start a Cash Practice Too

In case you’re new to following me, I wanted to share my story and give a little motivation as to how you can achieve what I did too. I grew up in a medical family. My father, uncles, grandfather and great uncle were all physicians. It was kind of expected that I would become one…

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