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The Practice of the Practice Podcast: Small Business Growth | Marketing | Blogging | Small Business

By Joseph R. Sanok: Counselor, Private Practice Owner, Marketing Expert, and Consultant

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Joe Sanok from the www.PracticeofthePractice.com blog covers everything it takes to make your service-based private practice more awesome. It’s what you wish you had learned in graduate school. Learn killer ways to grow your referrals, save tons of money, and have some fun along the way. Joe has been featured on the Huffington Post, Yahoo Health, ZynnyMe, PsychCentral, and Sirus Radio. Joe has an extensive background in several clinical settings including foster care, residential, home-based, college counseling, and private practice. As the owner of Mental Wellness Counseling in Traverse City, MI he has grown his practice and taught others to do the same. As an expert in the field of growing counseling private practices, Joe exposes all he knows to help you with marketing, branding, consulting, and a deeper level of awesomeness. Joe knows that we’ve all been there, we dream of our small business taking off and we know that it should...but it doesn’t. We want more referrals and the independence that comes from a small business. Through marketing, website developments, and other business-focused tips, Joe helps you to grow. There are simple changes that you can make that will ensure your grow as a professional, expert and as a small business owner. Joe engages and encourages listeners through real-life examples of failure and success. These discussions are for the 21st century counselor who wants to be on the edge of technology, marketing, and expanding their private practice or small business! Plus, there is super sweet music throughout the podcast. http://www.practiceofthepractice.com

Customer Reviews

Grateful

I'm so grateful for Joe's podcasts. They are teaching me how to start my own practice so I can do my passion of helping others find clarity and reach their fullest potential. Thank you Joe. You are making a difference in my life.

Props to Pecosh

Joe, you and your guests are SO helpful! I recently reached out to Mike Pecosh (episode 97) for some feedback on my private practice here in Wichita Falls, TX (tiny town, USA). He gave me loads of great feedback and tips for my website and getting my phone to ring! Now that I realize these celebrities of The Practice of the Practice are so generous with their time and tips, I will definitely recommend all my grad school friends listen in. Thanks Joe, for providing a place to collect and trade secrets, as well as network. With all Mike's feedback, maybe someday you'll be interviewing me! ;)

Impressed

"Russia, Hollywood, Veterans” was a fantastic podcast. Ms. Simon had such a diverse background and through Joe’s intelligent questions and her unfiltered answers we could experience how a therapist incorporates her experiences into her therapeutic approach. Your podcasts are a great tool for therapists and for clients seeking a therapist.

The Practice of the Practice Podcast: Small Business Growth | Marketing | Blogging | Small Business
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  • Category: Management & Marketing
  • Language: English

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