“You can get past the dead end. You can break through the ceiling. I did and so have countless others.”

The Elite NP Podcast Episode 10: You Will Never Be 100% Ready to Start a Business!

Today we will be talking to Michelle who is interested in starting a wellness practice providing hormone replacement therapy and weight loss services. She is wanting to start this as a part-time practice while maintaining her part-time job. She has an amazing opportunity as she has little competition, but she is suffering from analysis paralysis and believes she needs to be 100% ready to finally open the doors. We discuss how you will never be 100% ready to start a business and that it is okay to only be 70% ready to get going in addition to creating a plan to get started.

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4 Responses

  1. Such a great podcast! I felt like it was just for me. Purchased your IV course this week and completed it. I am still struggling though many of the same issues she mentioned. I am wondering what your thoughts are on the Mens HRT in the instance that you have a local (large) urology group (more like a large company, they purchased all the smaller urology docs in the state and created a massive corporation)? I don’t feel we have anything this specific in my area so I was wondering if that would limit it. I also was a reproductive endocrinology nurse (basically strictly fertility) for 10 years, so female health and HRT seem like a good fit for me. I guess I feel the same way, a little interested in so many things and overwhelmed with which direction to go. This was very helpful! I of course and reading anything I can find that you put out there! Thanks so much!

    1. I am glad you enjoyed the podcast Tiffany! In terms of Men’s HRT: it is a great niche. Don’t worry about the urology groups. They practice strictly by the guidelines and do not treat half the men that could benefit from treatment. They are not competition as far as I am concerned. IV infusion compliments men’s and womens health also just FYI!

  2. Hi Justin I just wanted to say your advice is invaluable and very inspiring for me even all the way over here in Australia. I have all the same thoughts you have re: wanting to work for yourself and not be a slave to doctors/GP’s etc…to use all your knowledge, study and hard work for your own self…I’m currently in the throes of starting my own private practice so reading your articles and listening to your podcasts are very motivational for me…

    1. Happy to hear they have helped even way over in Australia! Best of luck as you venture on your own. You will never regret it!

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