If your goal is to have a successful private practice, part-time or full-time, you found your HOME. According to Deepak Chopra in his bestselling book The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success, “How can I help?” is the only question that truly matters.
Private Practitioners = Entrepreneurs and business-owners.
Starting and running a private practice is not without challenges, especially when the focus of your work is to assess and treat patients effectively. It requires us to continuously stay abreast of new developments, navigate the rollercoaster of the economy, keep up with legislation changes and funder challenges, in order to provide for ourselves and care for our families. Besides delivering quality OT services, financial health, practice sustainability and success is a non-negotiable.
As INSTOPP, we want to make sure that the fire that burns within us remains burning.
Business guru Bill Gates teaches: “An important re-engineering principle is that companies should focus on their core competence and outsource everything else.”
As private practitioners, Occupational Therapy is our CORE business, and “When you do what you are deeply passionate about, what you can be best in the world at and what drives your economic engine come together, not only does your work move toward greatness, but so does your life.” – by Jim Collins (Good to Great; Why some companies make the leap… and others don’t)