We’re taking a completely unorthodox approach in Episode 43 of the Creative Business Breakdown podcast. Instead of recording together in the same room as we usually do, we’re answering some BIG questions about our partnership…separately.
If you’ve been curious about the inner workings of our partnership, or how a business partner relationship looks in general, make sure to listen to this episode. We dive deep into the evolution of our business together, the challenges we have faced, and how we have grown both personally and professionally due to our partnership.
What other questions do you have for us about forming and maintaining a business partnership? We’d love to record more episodes in this style, so your feedback is super valuable. Thanks as always for listening!
P.S. Don’t forget to check out the MT CEO Project right here.
This week on the podcast, we’re welcoming two special guests to dish what it’s really like to be an employee at Music Therapy Connections. Alisabeth Hopper and Laura Mui answer our burning questions about the pros, cons, surprises, and lessons learned since joining our team.
This was a fun and enlightening conversation for us as business owners, and we hope you’ll find it just as interesting. If you would like more resources for hiring and managing employees, please check out the Music Therapy CEO Project.
We’re hiring! In case you haven’t heard, we are now accepting applications for a FULL-TIME music therapist position at our private practice, Music Therapy Connections. The submission deadline is April 1, so visit the link below to learn more and apply:
Application: Music Therapist Position
In Episode 41, we’re celebrating our team at MTC, and the many accomplishments they’ve achieved since joining us. We’re talking about how music therapy has grown in a community as a result of their work, and how our business has evolved, as well.
If you’re interested in our job opening and have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or via social media. Feel free to share with others who might be interested, as well!
One of the biggest challenges of owning a business is knowing if and when it’s time to hire an employee. As music therapy business owners, this is not an easy decision to make, especially if you’ve never hired an employee before.
We’ve learned so much with each hire, and are getting ready to go through the process once again — which is why we decided to tackle this challenging topic now. In this episode, we’re sharing some of the important questions you must answer every single time you consider hiring an employee.
And if you’re interested in learning more about our open FULL-TIME music therapist position, click here. We are accepting applications now through April 1.
Being a business owner can feel like riding a rollercoaster: sometimes you’re on top of the world with your hands in the air, and other times, you’re flying down a steep hill holding on for dear life.
At this moment in our business, we’re feeling the latter, and in this episode, we’re getting real about our current challenges. We talk through how we’re dealing with overwhelm, especially when it comes to our mindset.
If you’re going through a difficult season as a business owner, please know that you’re not alone! We hope you’ll find solidarity in Episode 39, and take away a few words of wisdom, since this isn’t our first time on the rollercoaster(and won’t be our last!).