Joseph R. Sanok, MA, LLP, LPC
Joe Sanok helps counseling and consulting clients achieve ambitious results. He is the owner of Mental Wellness Counseling and PracticeofthePractice.com. He's making six-figures per year working 10-15 hours per week on his counseling and consulting projects. Joe's newest venture, BecomeaConsultantToday.com is a daily podcast with interviews with top consultants like Pat Flynn, John Lee Dumas, Chris Ducker, and Julie Hanks, this is launching in mid-2015. Joe's podcast, The Practice of the Practice Podcast launched in 2013 and is one of the longest running consistent private practice podcasts on iTunes.He loves teaching counselors how to increase influence and income, the stuff we didn't learn in grad school.
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Joe's a great guy, and doing some amazing things. What is he up to? I'm glad you asked...
Joe is making the full time leap into his private practice and consulting business. He started his private practice in 2009, Mental Wellness Counseling, and has now grown to employing four other therapists! He also operates a very popular podcast for counselors called The Practice of the Practice. On top of everything else, he's involved in developing the Most Awesome Conference for counselors. After clicking on these links, you will quickly see he is doing some really cool work.
In the episode, Joe talks very honestly about his motivation for creating his businesses, and I was truly inspired to hear his story. Joe is a cancer survivor, and his story is a reminder of the things you can accomplish once you set your mind to achieving a goal.
Also in the show, Joe talks about finding a Virtual Assistant. For more information, check out the podcast he did on this topic: Practice of the Practice Episode #54
Here are some resources Joe uses and recommends:
Wellness Practice: aqua therapy 3-4 days per week.
Internet Resource: Trello- a free project management software.
To learn more about Joe and his work, click on the links highlighted throughout this post, or you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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