Level 1: Beginner
The beginner level is all about getting clarity on your private practice might “look like” initially. It’s important to get these details clear and break free of analysis paralysis before you start putting any legal or financial safeguards in place.
The aim of this stage is to develop a clear vision and plan for your private practice so that you can start laying a firm foundation for future success.
Level 2: Launch
In the launch stage, you start working with your first batch of clients. You’ll start to do some marketing and will learn as you go.
The aim of this phase is start seeing clients and get to know yourself as a business owner.
Level 3: Growth
Once your private practice is up and running, it’s time to focus on growth and attracting more, ideal clients and adding supports to help keep you sane.
The aim of this stage is to grow your private practice to your ideal size, whatever that may be!
Level 4: Established
Once your private practice has grown to your desired level, it’s time to focus on systems and day to day management that will allow you to get and clients/staff.
The aim of this stage is for you to be able to grow and maintain your private practice on an ongoing basis.