At Slipstream Coaching we’re passionate about helping you enhance your accounting, financial planning or multidisciplinary firm. Our catalogue of resources including blogs, podcasts and videos will provide you with unfettered access to a vast range of compelling content, intriguing thoughts from our team and in-depth discussions with engaging guests.
Episode 37 – Barry Daniels, Resilience, mental well being and entrepreneurship – a practitioner’s journey-
In this episode, we talk with Barry Daniels about Resilience, mental well being and entrepreneurship. We trace his journey through his formative and very challenging childhood through to critical times in his business career. Barry shares some of the ups and downs of his entrepreneurial activities and explains the means by which he has accumulated the resilience to handle the hurdles placed before him.
Are you looking to grow your business but worried about implementing changes? From examining the basics of value-adding services to discussions with financial practitioners who’ve successfully grown their business, there’s much to discover about adding complementary services to your firm.
In this episode we talk with Rachel Wilson, newly appointed coach at Slipstream Coaching.
Amongst a range of interesting topics, we discuss Rachel’s experience in leading her own professional services firm, some of her other entrepreneurial experience and what she gets up to when not at work. Interestingly, whilst in practice Rachel was on the receiving end of some coaching. Rachel shares what this entailed and how it has shaped her own view of what she would like to offer her clients.
In November 2018 writing in The New Yorker magazine, Atul Guwande a Harvard Surgeon and Author identified a disturbing phenomenon.
As medical records have become electronic, doctors’ workloads have increased and their morale has fallen.
The article was recently taken up in Radio National’s “Health Report” programme;
Some of the statistics outlined in the programme were shocking. For example, did you know that Doctors in emergency departments;
Providing useful information to people who would benefit from your services might attract them as clients.
In this episode we talk with Phil Little of Slipstream about how he has found his first 12 months as a coach with Slipstream Coaching. Amongst a range of interesting items covered, we discuss the importance of knowing one’s future business cash flow, the importance of delegation and why taking on all comers as clients is detrimental to profits and team morale.