The 2021 Covid-Proof CashPT Launch Plan

The struggle of 2020 wasn’t worth it unless you take what you learned and use it to make 2021 even better.

Today, I wanted to give you an updated plan to launch your business. (Yes, even though we’re still in the middle of a pandemic!)

I know there is a lot of uncertainty right now. I hear it from everyone:

  • “Now isn’t the right time to start a business.”
  • “My spouse might kill me if I start a business.”
  • “I would never go into debt for my business.”
  • “Why would people pay more than their copay for physical therapy?”

Relying on those excuses is how you’re going to fail.

Why? Because people out there are still hurting. They still need physical therapy. Yes, there’s an economic crisis, but money is still flowing. If you find solutions to problems and do everything you can to solve them, patients will still come to see you.

If you own a job and not a business, Covid will kick you to the curb.

What does that mean? Well, if you own a job and get sick, etc., everything has to shut down. But if you own a business, you have other employees and systems put in place so you can leave without even taking a pay cut. That’s the goal.

Right now, it’s important to focus on what we can control: building a business, launching systems, hiring other people, and continuing to help patients who need our help.

Now, here is the 2021 Covid-proof launch plan!

  1. Set a Target
  2. Find a Niche
  3. Make a Commitment
  4. Get the Roadmap
  5. Take Action
  6. Become Unemployable
  7. Scale Your Time, Income and Impact

With the right coaching and direction, you can get more time, have a larger balance in your bank account, and make a bigger impact for people WITHOUT working harder.

If you hate feeling handcuffed by insurance and you want to help patients YOUR way, it’s time to start a cash practice.

If you’d like some further guidance in getting started, grab a copy of my Free book here!



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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