EP 107: Scaling Culture & Taking Calculated Risks with Alison Taylor

Alison Taylor on the CashPT Lunch Hour Podcast

When you’re a cash-based practitioner, booking and scheduling clients, charting their profiles, and creating invoices can be major headaches that ultimately aren’t moving the needle forward in your business. You have to do everything yourself, or juggle a million apps, instead of spending time where your business needs you to. Today’s guest is Alison Taylor, the founder of Jane. Jane is a revolutionary app that will do everything for you, making your life easier and your clinic more organized. Aaron chats with Alison about how working in her parents’ PT clinic motivated her to create the app. They also discuss how Alison handles her staff of 80 people. Tune in and learn more about Alison and Jane, and you might just get a promo code for when you sign up. 

 

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In This Episode:

  • What made Alison start her business Jane App
  • How the Jane software was crafted
  • Alison’s failures as she deals with the growing company
  • How to convey the brand identity of your company to all of your staff
  • Where the name Jane came from

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About The Author

Aaron LeBauer

Aaron LeBauer PT, DPT, LMBT started a 100% cash based physical therapy practice right after graduation. He's on a mission to save 100 million people from unnecessary surgery & enjoys helping passionate therapists build successful businesses without relying on insurance.

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