As healing professionals without a “formal” business education, we can feel behind the curve when it comes to starting and running a private practice.
While there is true value in solid business training, there’s real-life biz school all around you.
This point hit home for me earlier this month during Hazel’s unexpected (semi-emergency) trip to the vet.
A little back story:
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Last Sunday, my partner and I arrived home at 1:30am to hungry cats and an empty house.
We had just returned from a trip to Alaska to see my family.
It *could* be the extra caffeine I’m guzzling to counteract jet lag…but I have been on a high ever since I got back.
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I’m obsessed with to-do lists. My brain chemistry rewards me for crossing tasks off my list. Even shit I’ve already done. My brain doesn’t know the difference.
The calm of a neatly written list. The feel of my pilot pen gliding across the page. The sense of completion when a task is complete.
Yet, there’s one area where my to-do list fails me:
Writing for my business.
Continue reading “I Broke Up With My To-Do List”
If you were raised with a classic-rock-obsessed father like mine (Thanks, Dad, I can never appreciate music made after 1990), then you’re familiar with these lyrics: Continue reading “Using This One Word Worked for the Beatles – But Not You.”
When it came time to write your website, you knew there was only one way to do it: complete and utter immersion.
Armed with a bottomless mug of decaf Earl Grey and notes from your niching exercises, you enter your writing weekend with the same fierce devotion as Lesley Knope to Ann Perkins.
Continue reading “3 Play-It-Safe Writing Mistakes That Are Hurting Your Business”