Taylor Precourt started her career in the IoT space. Now, she's taking her industry knowledge to a new endeavor - disrupting the primary healthcare system as we know it. As the young founder of Whole Health Medical Group, Precourt wants to see the healthcare model shift to one that is whole person centered - body, mind and spirit. She's created a tech-enabled, membership-based system to do just that. Starting July 1, Precourt and her co-host (and fellow Influencer) Rachel Brea launched the Wholistic Entrepreneur Podcast to chronicle their journey as entrepreneurs and encourage others.
Years in St. Pete
30 years in Tampa Bay.
Organizations involved in
Founder of WholeHealth Medical Group, a tech-enabled membership-based medical practice dedicated to caring for the whole person - mind, body, and spirit. We are the future of primary care.
What gets you out of bed every day?
My love for people. I love giving that random stranger a smile when they need it most and making sure that what I'm doing I'm really passionate about and that it enhances the quality of other peoples' lives.
Why St. Pete?
Why not Tampa Bay? We honestly live where other people vacation. I love the Tampa Bay area. As an entrepreneur, it doesn't happen too often with a busy schedule but I can take a day in the summer and take my kids to the beach and pop open my laptop or read a book on research and development five minutes from my home. You can't beat that.
What is one habit that you keep?
My habit is a little unconventional but I remind myself to never let go of my sense of humor. Business can be very harsh and people are very serious. The reality is that I'm wearing a black blazer right now, but I'm still going to make you laugh. And I'm not going to feel bad for it or feel like it reduces my professionalism.
who are some people that influence you?
Brene Brown, Simon Sinek, Malcolm Gladwell, Oprah. At a local level, Joe Hamilton.
What is one piece of insight - a book, methodology, practice - that you would share with our readers?
I would say that something that's resonating with me right now at this time in my life would be, "Working hard for something we don't care about is called stress. And working hard for something we love is called passion." For me right now, I'm in this really sweet spot that every day I get to wake up and keep my eye on the prize.
What is one thing you wish you knew about your work 3 years ago?
I wish I recognized my power sooner as an individual. I think I could have taken the leap into entrepreneurship a few years sooner than I did. I think oftentimes we let self doubt get in the way.
We went live with our Wholistic Entrepreneur Podcast on July 1st.