Published on:

27th Sep 2022

Ep 63 - Patagonia Did What? Your Company's Social Agenda

Did you hear what Patagonia did recently?

The CEO gave away his $3B (that's BILLION) dollar company and dedicated all future profits to fight climate change.

That's a bold move.

A move with an incredible social and environmental agenda.

Which begs the question - does your OT business have an agenda outside of serving your clients, and making money along the way?

In this podcast we use the ESG framework (Environmental, Social and Governance) to build a business that not only brings impact to your work, but profit, as well.

Listen in to get concrete action steps to WHY and HOW this agenda can add value to your OT biz.

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Podcast resources and links: www.trishwilliamsconsulting.ca/podcast-resources

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About the Podcast

OTs Get Paid Podcast
This show is for the Occupational Therapy Entrepreneur who wants to grow and scale their business. We know that OTs lead with service, but what about the financial reward? Yep, we are breaking down those barriers and discussing money! Let’s find out exactly how OT business owners get paid, what they spend their business budgets on, their income and impact goals and how you too can grow a profitable OT business and GET PAID.

About your host

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Trish Williams

Hey there! I’m Trish.

I'm a warm, outspoken, driven Canadian OT turned business coach with a passion for helping other OT entrepreneurs build a profitable and lasting business. I have been an OT for 27 years and built two successful businesses. My #1 goal is to lay it all on the table to empower you with the tools and resources you need. I spent years as an entrepreneur working IN my business instead of ON my business, and I now know (and can share!) the benefits of truly embodying a CEO lifestyle. I’ve done a lot of growing (and it never truly ends) and unlocked keys to success in business and in life.

In a distinctly OT way.