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#121: How to sprint your way to success by setting work boundaries with Joe Sanok

Scaling Deep with Lisa Princic

I'm continuing to think about hustle culture. I've pushed hard, been flexible, and worked weekends while establishing myself. So now it feels like I need to start thinking about ways to organize my energy and time. My guest today is Joe Sanok, who takes a proactive approach to setting boundaries in his business. As Joe is someone who refuses to work on Fridays or on weekends, he could be the work coach you've been waiting for! Now, this isn't about working less. As Joe points out, it feels good to work and strive for a goal. But working for yourself in your own business shouldn't have to feel like a job. And working smarter and limiting the time you spend on things that don't matter can help. You can find complete show notes and resources for this episode at scalingdeep.com/setting-work-boundaries-joe-sanok.

48mins

27 Apr 2021

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Part 2: Rethinking Your Private Practice with Joe Sanok – Episode 62

Behavioral Health Today

If you don't know the best use of your time and your money, where you're getting the biggest ROI, then you are missing out in so many different ways. In this second episode, we resume our discussion with Joe Sanok, the creator of Practice of the Practice, about ways to think about money and to grow that wealth in a way that can be beneficial to ourselves our time. Together they talk about opportunities for veteran practitioners, how to rethink the usage of our time and energy, and a message to practitioners about self-care and an encouragement to enter the public space more aggressively, actively guiding the conversation as a well-educated person that has the ethics behind it. Our message is bigger than what our clients hear. Our message is bigger than our own office. For more information about Practice of the Practice, please visit: https://www.practiceofthepractice.com/ If you are just getting started in your private practice, please visit: https://practiceofthepractice.lpages.co/next-level-practice-invite/ Starting a Private Practice? Get this 28-step Checklist, please visit: https://practiceofthepractice.lpages.co/28-step-checklist-split-test/ Apply for Practice of the Practice consultation, please visit: https://practiceofthepractice.lpages.co/pop-apply-page/ For more information about Thursday is the New Friday book, please visit: https://www.amazon.com/Thursday-New-Friday-Smarter-Matters/dp/1400225981

22mins

8 Apr 2021

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Part 1: Rethinking Your Private Practice with Joe Sanok - Episode 61

Behavioral Health Today

Mental health is such a wonderful field to be involved in, but in our schooling, we are not typically taught about the business side of running a private practice. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Joe Sanok, the creator behind the practice of the practice. Joe is a speaker, a mental health counselor business consultant, and a podcaster. In 2012, Joe started the practice of the practice podcast and it's become the number one podcast for counselors in private practice, helping private practice clinicians find innovative ways to start and to grow and scale the private practice. Together they walk through the offerings of Practice of the Practice and how practitioners in the various stages of their career can rethink their private practice and align their work in unique ways that are successful and fulfilling. For more information about Practice of the Practice, please visit: https://www.practiceofthepractice.com/ If you are just getting started in your private practice, please visit: https://practiceofthepractice.lpages.co/next-level-practice-invite/ Starting a Private Practice? Get this 28-step Checklist, please visit: https://practiceofthepractice.lpages.co/28-step-checklist-split-test/ Apply for Practice of the Practice consultation, please visit: https://practiceofthepractice.lpages.co/pop-apply-page/ For more information about Thursday is the New Friday book, please visit: https://www.amazon.com/Thursday-New-Friday-Smarter-Matters/dp/1400225981

23mins

6 Apr 2021

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182. Next Level Practice w/ Joe Sanok

The Testing Psychologist Podcast

My original business coach and good friend, Joe Sanok, is back on the podcast for the first time in FOUR YEARS to catch up and talk about private practice. The post 182. Next Level Practice w/ Joe Sanok appeared first on The Testing Psychologist.

1hr 1min

4 Feb 2021

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How to Start a Podcast with Joe Sanok

Couch To Podium Podcast

In this episode with Joe Sanok, the Chief Vision Officer & Podcaster from Practice of the Practice, we will talk about the beginning of his journey from "Nap-Entreprenuer" to becoming a successful podcaster he is today, his investments for his team, steps on building your Effective Team and finally, selling on his private practice. Enroll in the Couch to Podium Courses and get paid to speak : https://couchtopodium.thinkific.com/ Be updated! Like our Facebook page- Couch to Podium: https://www.facebook.com/couchtopodium/

50mins

11 Jan 2021

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434# How To Podcast With Profits - Joe Sanok

Awaken Your Alpha with Adam Lewis Walker

This episode is about how to profit big from small audiences. Joe Sanok is keynote and TEDx speaker, business consultant, and podcaster. Joe has the #1 podcast for counselors, The Practice of the Practice Podcast. Joe is a also writer for PsychCentral, has been featured on the Huffington Post, Forbes, GOOD Magazine, Reader’s Digest, Entrepreneur on Fire, and Yahoo News. He is the author of five books and has been named the Therapist Resource top podcast, consultant, and blogger. The #1 Personal Leadership Podcast For Tales & Tactics To Thrive! The podcast also has a bestselling book! TALES & TACTICS TO THRIVE www.AYAlpha.com/book Get all the resources from each shows spotlighted guest, get your support and your questions answered. Connect across social media @AwakenYourAlpha @AdamLewisWalker to join the conversation.

34mins

15 Oct 2020

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The 3 essential questions you need to ask yourself before you launch your next SaaS with Joe Sanok

Big Break Software Podcast

Joe defines himself as an accidental entrepreneur whose parents were school system workers. He grew up knowing that he had to work hard at school to get excellent grades to get a good job. However, Joe was committed to taking a different route, as we shall learn from this podcast. What You Will Learn What problems does Joe solve for his customers? How Joe started his podcast What is the core of Joe’s business? Why searching for curiosity, ideas, and information outside your field is critical for the success of your business Importance of professional branding About the Family Medical Leave Act. What does it entail, and how does it operate? How Joe generated leads Joe’s strategy for content production and SEO How does Joe leverage content from his podcast to create different materials for a wide range of platforms? Who is the Ideal Joe Sanok’s client? What is Joe's definition of the big idea? Importance of outsourcing What you should do before  Long term habits you need to succeed Joe’s lead magnet course Importance of life blocking In this Episode: Joe started his career working at nonprofit organizations and a local community college. He would later launch private practice as a side job, where together with his team they helped people solve different issues. Some of these issues were depression, marital problems, and anxiety. Along the way, Joe discovered that he had zero experience in entrepreneurship. Armed with the desire to learn and enhance his knowledge, Joe started researching and learning. The thought of starting a podcast crossed his mind during that time. What method did Joe use when starting his podcast? Listen in and find out. After operating the podcast for some time, Joe decided to quit his fulltime job gradually while paying more time to the podcast. Joe explains that many people do not know how to use their time well and only operate through the society’s manual. According to Joe, this is not always the best method of doing things. Listen to Joe as he gives further details about this concept. He also discusses the timeframes within which he transitioned from his fulltime job to podcasting. When Joe finally decided that podcasting was what he wanted to do he had to do things differently. He hired a professional to redesign his website and also had his logo professionally made to give his brand an authentic look. Joe also discusses how he catered for the medical requirements of his pregnant wife. Listen in to get comprehensive information. At some point, Joe had to quit his fulltime job entirely, and he explains how he did it in the podcast. When it comes to SEO, Joe says they have a team that has excellent copywriting skills and experience. He tells Geordie about the strategy he uses when interviewing his guests to get as comprehensive information as possible. Joe says that he only works three days a week and explains why. He mentions that before adopting any big idea, it is critical to have sufficient space to ensure employees can work comfortably and with minimal distractions. He talks about a saying that they use as their guiding principle and a course he defines as their lead magnet. Listen to the podcast to figure it out. You will also get comprehensive details on how Joe developed his MVP. At some point, Geordie seeks to figure out how he (Joe) managed to convince his clients to pay colossal amounts of money. To this, Joe says that people will be willing to pay more for implementation as opposed to information only. Joe says that entrepreneurs should invest in the implementation process to charge more. How does Joe assist clients who want software as a service models? He admits that he has no experience in matters technology but he always refers clients to techno-savvy experts. Joe says he is happy with outsourcing his client’s technology-based needs and tells Geordie why he chooses that path. Listen keenly to find out why. According to Joe, entrepreneurs should only focus on only what they can do and not tasks they can easily outsource. Find out his explanation for this from the podcast. Joe reiterates the importance of meetings, especially if a company has a new assistant. He says, not only do they create an opportunity to receive feedback, but they also help people communicate with one another effectively. “Assess how you are using your time” is Joe’s message to anyone who is looking forward to launching their big idea. References Podcast Launch School Joe Sanok LinkedIn

42mins

13 Oct 2020

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Joe Sanok – Being of Service to Your Audience – How to Create a Podcast for Your Target Audience (AoL 183)

The Angles of Lattitude Podcast: Learn from the Successes of the Creatively Self Employed

When you're starting anything in the business world, it's a really good idea to know who your target audience (or avatar) is. Some businesses might have many options, while most actually have a handful or less.Generally speaking, when you're starting a podcast, it's no different. Sure, there's a few podcasts out there that practically anyone can listen to, but for the most part, shows need to be tailored to the audience. This is especially true if the host isn't well known.When this session's guest, Joe Sanok, started his podcast, not many people knew who he was outside of his therapy work. However, with a podcast name of Practice of the Practice, it only makes sense that people who were looking to build their private practice would find his show.In this session, Veronica and I chat with Joe about the importance of knowing your audience and successfully building a brand around their needs.Enjoy!SPECIFICALLY, YOU’LL FIND OUT MORE ABOUT:What lead Joe to realize he had to retire from his therapy practice to build his current business of Practice of the Practice? 9:49How did he realize it was time to sell the therapy practice that he had been building for years? 13:44What inspired Joe to start his podcast in the first place? 15:34Is there anything in particular he's learned by running a practice that he can apply to what he's doing today? 17:16What ideas does he think keep people back from creating something which has a high level of scale and influence? 18:56When someone believes they have limits in their lives and business, what questions should they be asking themselves if they want to move forward? 20:47How can someone make a podcast about an industry that might seem too limited in scope? 23:56Are there key elements a new podcaster should consider if they're starting a show in a particular niche? 26:25Has Joe had to go through any particular pivots this year? 40:28If he could add one song, one book, and one film to the national curriculum, what would they be? 42:35What's a message that's out there which is a disservice to youth? 43:42What's something that costs less than $100 which has changed his life? 44:06Is there something he'd like to do in his lifetime that no one knows about? 45:23What's the secret to achieving personal freedom? 45:54ITEMS and PEOPLE MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:Joe Online: Website, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, YouTubeCohost: Veronica KirinPowered By: Fizzle (Community for the Newpreneur!)Kelly HigdonJoe's Course: Podcast Launch SchoolFireball - Pit BullMichael Pollins - How to Change Your MindThe Untold History of the United StatesGriffin Wrap around microphone shieldRight click here and save-as to download this episode to your computer.SHOW NOTE EXTRAS:Fostering Aha Moments Through Slowing DownLaunching a Profitable PodcastTips on Building Your Business with Debbi DachingerHow to Start a Million Dollar Practice with Kasey Compton on Practice of the PracticeThanks for Listening!Thanks so much for joining us again this week. Have some feedback you’d like to share? Leave a note in the comment section below!If you enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the top of the post.Also, please leave an honest review for The AoL Podcast on iTunes! Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show, and we read each and every one of them.If you have any questions feel free to email them over via the email mentioned in the show or by our contact form.And finally, don’t forget to subscribe to the show on Castbox, iTunes, Stitcher, PodBean, and/or Google Play Music. It's absolutely free to do so.A huge thank-you to you guys for joining us!Cheers!

51mins

15 Sep 2020

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Joe Sanok on Slowing Down to Get More Done | Episode 12

Beta Male Revolution

Are you hustling through 40-hour work weeks? Do you want to be able to spend more quality time with family and friends? How can cutting down your work hours actually increase your productivity? In this podcast episode, Billy and Brandy Eldridge talk to Joe Sanok about slowing down to get more done. Podcast Sponsor There […] The post Joe Sanok on Slowing Down to Get More Done | Episode 12 appeared first on Beta Male Revolution.

38mins

2 Jul 2020

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Joe Sanok on Making Your Next Big Move | FP 30

Practice of the Practice: Faith in Practice Podcast

Should you be taking calculated risks? How can you foster your curiosity and why should you be doing this? Are you surrounding yourself with... The post Joe Sanok on Making Your Next Big Move | FP 30 appeared first on How to Start, Grow, and Scale a Private Practice| Practice of the Practice.

35mins

29 May 2020

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