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Adapting Your Business to Accommodate for Physical or Mental Health Conditions

Adapting Your Business to Accommodate for Physical or Mental Health Conditions

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Change is scary, mostly if the change happens due to conditions, whether physically or mentally. While it is true that we do not have control over the things that happen to us, we have a say and a responsibility to adapt and plan. The growing issues around health nowadays, including the importance of addressing mental health problems, stifles business owners. Still, with proper guidance and the right processes, there is a way to resolve it. 

In this week’s podcast episode, I talk with Genevieve Cassuci, Director and Co-founder of Pivotl. We discuss how essential planning is for businesses to accommodate physical and mental health conditions. She also shares why getting guidance from qualified professionals is necessary to resolve these issues, and Gen also touches on the benefits of having systems in place. 

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What’s Discussed in This Episode:

0:00 The Elevation Program  

0:56 Genevieve shares her story 

5:43 How a scenario planning looks for mental health issues

7:15 Identifying mental health issues 

8:05 Working out what’s going on and finding solutions

12:57 It is difficult to accept that something has to change

16:27 Guidance from someone qualified is important

18:06 The right process when someone is not truthful 

22:06 Looking into your onboarding processes

25:48 Things to put in place to accommodate changes 

26:59 Importance of insurance 

31:40 Business plan

About the Guest:

Genevieve Cassuci is a qualified health professional with postgraduate qualifications in Rehabilitation Counselling with substantial experience in the health sector. Besides that, she has concurrently personally owned and partnered in several business operations in Allied Health, professional consultancy, food manufacturing, hospitality, events management, franchising, and export.

Eventually, Gen identified the benefit of blending her business acumen with the needs of people who have acquired a disabling medical condition. Through Pivotl she, and her team mentor and guide business owners and want-to-be entrepreneurs to re-create, re-structure, re-think, re-adjust and re-assess their business, now that they have medical limitations to factor into their futures.

Genevieve and her team work with new and existing business owners and entrepreneurs from various industries and in any location to grow and diversify their businesses.



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