Check out some of my favorite guest podcast appearances!

Fix This Next for Healthcare Providers

Therapy For Your Money Podcast | May 7, 2021

Are you looking for ways to level up your private practice? Well, look no further! We're sitting down with Kasey Compton to talk about her new book, Fix This Next for Healthcare Providers. She breaks down the hierarchy of needs for private practices and provides you with an awesome workbook of activities to help you apply the concepts in the book!

Entrepreneurial Confidence

BeREAL Podcast | April 6, 2021

Kasey comes in to talk about entrepreneurial confidence. She retells the story of how she got into business from the therapy field. As a therapist, she specialized in anxiety and panic disorders and her knowledge of fear plays heavily into her work as a business consultant. She has noticed that people have two ultimate fears: failure and being alone. Both of these fears play heavily into people’s views of themselves as employees and as entrepreneurs.

How To Set Priorities In Your Practice

The Productive Therapist Podcast | April 2, 2021

As business owners, we often have a sense of FOMO (fear of missing out), and it's easy to lean into that and get sidetracked away from the most important, most impactful thing we should be doing for our business. In this episode, Kasey explains how to use the Healthcare Hierarchy of Needs to determine what your business needs and set your priorities according to that need.

Fix This First In Your Private Practice

The Practice Of Therapy Podcast | March 2, 2021

Business ownership can be challenging, but it’s not that different than treating patients. Your business is like a patient, and Fix This Next for Healthcare Providers by Kasey Compton will teach you to treat it that way. We talk all about the inspiration behind this book and why Kasey thinks healthcare providers are the best suited for entrepreneurship. Plus, we dive into everything you need to fix in your private practice and how to finally get closer to professional goals while building a strong foundation.

Treating your Business like a Patient

The Private Practice Startup Podcast | February 27, 2021

Kasey Compton is on a mission to help healthcare professionals find entrepreneurial confidence. She believes the unique training received for treating patients is very similar to the skills necessary to operate a successful business. In fact, Kasey believes a business is like a patient, you just have to treat it that way.

Time Tips from a Recovering Overachiever

25th Hour Podcast | February 25, 2021

In this episode, we discuss how overachieving can be detrimental, why prioritizing is crucial, and Kasey shares the three things she focuses on when it comes to making sure she gets the most done every day while still having a life.

If I Screw It Up, I'll Fix It!

Caffeinate & Conquer Podcast | February 18, 2021

In this episode of Caffeinate & Conquer, I sat down to chat with Kasey Compton, a licensed therapist whose entrepreneurial drive has led her to create and maintain numerous successful businesses, as well as writing a book, and supporting countless other small business owners in finding and cultivating their own entrepreneurial confidence.

Fix This Next for Healthcare Providers with Kasey Compton

Private Practice Elevation Podcast | February 17, 2021

In this episode, you’re going to learn how it’s actually possible to know exactly what will make the biggest impact in growing your private practice.

Most therapists struggle to see the growth they want for their business because they’ve got so many obstacles to overcome and not enough time to address them. You didn’t go to business school (probably) and it can feel nearly impossible to know what you need to focus on to grow your therapy practice. It can be easy to feel fully at home as a therapist and a total imposter as a business owner.

Join me in our conversation as we unpack the why behind her book and how it’s going to help you gain more business confidence and create a plan for growth.

Shrink Think Interview with Kasey Compton

Shrink Think Podcast | February 12, 2021

Are you stuck in your need for control? Are you doing everything for your business, unable to let go and delegate? Kasey Compton has some great advice for you on how to get organized, rely on others who are capable, and set up systems to address the chaos you might find in your business!

In this episode, Nathan and Aaron interview guest Kasey Compton. She is a licensed professional counselor turned entrepreneur, author of Fix This Next for Healthcare Providers (August 2021), speaker, and systems-focused business consultant.

"Kasey is stellar!  She is a boss when it comes to business and the best part... she's completely down to earth.  We love chatting and connecting with Kasey, sharing ideas, collaborating and we are most proud of her latest accomplishment, becoming an author.  Kasey is someone you definitely want to work with."  

 
~ Kate and Katie
Co-visionaries of The Private Practice Startup

Automating Financial Systems in Your Practice

Therapy For Your Money Podcast | December 11, 2020

Automating financial systems in your business is necessary in order to thrive! This week, we chat with Kasey Compton of Consult with Kasey and talk all things automation and systems. We cover systems to make your billing, payroll, accounting, and so much more a breeze.

(HINT: Make sure to listen to the full episode for the secret code to access Kasey's mentorship program!)

Building Relationships with Community Marketing

Fearless Practitioners Podcast | October 28, 2020

This episode of the Practice of Therapy Podcast is the second of a two-part interview with Mike Michalowicz, the author of Profit First and Clockwork.

Kasey Compton helps to interview Mike about the Profit First concept and how it can help make private practices more financially secure. They also talk about honing your systems and processes to make your practice run itself rather than having it “run you.”

Should You Trust Your Gut?

Against the Current Podcast | October 21, 2020

Kasey Pennington of Mindsight Behavioral joined me for episode number five. Mindsight was founded in 2015 and provides a variety of services including individual, family, couples, and group counseling, telehealth, case management, peer support, mental health assessments, community support, and much, much more.

We talk niches, processes, culture, and how to work on your business so you can scale.

Kasey's article: "Everything You've Been Told About Confidence Is a Lie"

Fix This Next with Mike Michalowicz

On The Couch Podcast

Mike Michalowicz (Author of Profit First - www.mikemichalowicz.com) sits down to talk with John about small businesses, mental health, the stress in a Covid-19 landscape, and his upcoming book - Fix This Next (www.fixthisnext.com)

Up Close & Personal with Kasey Compton

Private Practice Startup Podcast

Kasey’s super power is helping others develop the strategic systems needed to scale and stabilize their practice. She now works as a Small Business Consultant , kc consulting, where she helps people do just that! Additionally she runs an Expert-Led Membership Community, Mindsight Partners, for practice owners to get the comprehensive support they need. She’s an advocate of Profit First and recommends it to everyone she knows. She lights up talking about and analyzing numbers, creating formulas and metrics to determine the direction a business should go. She’s skilled at helping others look at their financials and create growth plans from a financially-informed perspective, making sure not to lose sight of purpose.

Work-Life Balance with Kasey Compton

On The Couch Podcast

Kasey Compton of Mindsight Behavioral Group (www.mindsightbehavioral.com) and KC Consulting (www.consultwithkc.com) talks about work-life balance and how she combats works stress as a business owner and therapist.

Systems & Processes for Larger Group Practices

The Group Practice Exchange Podcast

  1. What systems & process have the biggest impact on the success of her group practice
  2. How to screen for clinicians that are right for your practice
  3.  Leadership positions & support people necessary for group practices
  4.  Where & why to find support from other group practice owners

Building Company Culture with John Clarke

Private Practice Workshop Podcast

In this episode John talks to Kasey about how to grow your practice at the right rate, essentially creating a practice with systems you can "grow into" rather than "out of". She explains the critical must-haves in making the first five hires count and what that matters. Recruiting strategies, particularly how to find the right people for your organization. Lastly, Kasey speaks to the never-fun question, how to let employees go.

When To Grow, Hold, or Pump the Breaks

Private Practice Startup Podcast

Show Notes: 

  1. Building infrastructure to achieve growth that feels natural.

  2. When your dashboards are telling you have issues in your processes.

  3. When you're feeling overwhelmed, losing control or quality, or unsure of what to do next.

Using Profit First in Your Private Practice (Part 1)

The Practice of Therapy Podcast

This episode of the Practice of Therapy Podcast is the first of a two-part interview with Mike Michalowicz, the author of Profit First and Clockwork.

Kasey Compton helps to interview Mike about the Profit First concept and how it can help make private practices more financially secure. They also talk about honing your systems and processes to make your practice run itself rather than having it “run you.”

Using Profit First in Your Private Practice (Part 2)

The Practice of Therapy Podcast

This episode of the Practice of Therapy Podcast is the second of a two-part interview with Mike Michalowicz, the author of Profit First and Clockwork.

Kasey Compton helps to interview Mike about the Profit First concept and how it can help make private practices more financially secure. They also talk about honing your systems and processes to make your practice run itself rather than having it “run you.”

Developing Strategic Systems for Private Practice

With Amanda Landry

Kasey is the owner of Mindsight Behavioral Group located in south-central Kentucky. Her practice is very diverse and hires a range of over 80 wellness professionals. She has six physical office locations spread out over 17 counties where Mindsight’s services are provided. Her superpower definitely lies within creating and capturing innovative systems for growth while being highly focused on the financials. She believes that the financials speak volumes for how effective your practice’s systems are, and she enjoys helping other group practice owners learn to evaluate their own finances to use as an indicator for change.

Systems, Processes, & Growing A Million Dollar Private Practice

The Practice of Therapy Podcast

In this episode of the Practice of Therapy podcast, Gordon talks with Kasey Compton, LPCC who is the President/CEO of Mindsight Behavioral Group. Kasey was able to build a large group practice (80 staff members!) in 3 years time.  Kasey and Gordon talk about the systems and processes she put in place in order to sustain that kind of growth successfully. Kasey also talks about money mindset and what is needed in order to feel confident about growth and building a practice to that level.

Kasey Started a Million Dollar Practice in Three Years

The Practice of the Practice Podcast

In this episode, Joe Sanok speaks with Kasey Compton about her journey into private practice. Although Kasey initially backed out of private practice to join a group practice, she eventually went back and went on to build a million dollar practice in three years. In this podcast, Kasey shares what she focused on in the first year as well as how she goes about onboarding clinicians.

How to Start a Million Dollar Practice (1 of 5)

The Practice of the Practice Podcast

Do you want to grow your practice into a million-dollar practice? Do you know what’s involved in getting your practice to that stage? Do you know your ‘why’?

In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks with Kasey Compton on how to start a million-dollar practice by starting with purpose. 

Purpose – knowing what your purpose/passion is & how you choose to impact your community. Define your ‘why’.

How to Start a Million Dollar Practice (2 of 5)

The Practice of the Practice Podcast

In this episode, part two of five in the podcast series, ‘How to Start a Million-Dollar Practice’, Kasey Compton provides an overview of the five phases of starting a million-dollar practice. These include purpose, planning, process, profit, and people. In this podcast episode, Kasey provides more details into what the planning phase entails.

Planning – market research, knowing reimbursement rates etc. if you’re insurance-based, cost of living, what insurance do most people have?

How to Start a Million Dollar Practice (3 of 5)

The Practice of the Practice Podcast

In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks with Kasey Compton on how to start a million-dollar practice by setting up processes to scale.

Process – in order to make your private practice scalable and effective, you need to have processes and systems in place.

How to Start a Million Dollar Practice (4 of 5)

The Practice of the Practice Podcast

In this episode, part four of five in the podcast series, ‘How to Start a Million-Dollar Practice’, Kasey Compton provides an overview of the five phases of starting a million-dollar practice. These include purpose, planning, process, profit, and people. In this podcast episode, Kasey provides a step-by-step guide on how to make a profit.

Profit – looking at your numbers, i.e.: top-line revenue versus profit margins, looking at your profit and loss statements – seeing everything from a percentage-based point of view.

How to Start a Million Dollar Practice (5 of 5)

The Practice of the Practice Podcast

In this episode, part five of five in the podcast series, ‘How to Start a Million-Dollar Practice’, Kasey Compton provides an overview of the five phases of starting a million-dollar practice. These include purpose, planning, process, profit, and people. In this podcast episode, Kasey provides insight into what you should look for when adding people to your practice.

People – finding people that support your other 4 ‘P’s’, that support your purpose, that are team-players, and that are willing and excited to be participants in your process. People that are hungry for growth and share your perspective in the field.

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