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Overview

Today’s episode is a bittersweet one since it’s the final one of 2017. I always take a break from the podcast from Thanksgiving through the end of December, to focus on self-care and give myself some rest. Usually, these final episodes are different in some way; as an example, listen to Episode 100 if you haven’t already. Today’s show, however, is a reflective one, as I share some of what I’ve learned about private practice building. Join me!

What We’ll Learn

  1. Successful private practitioners guard their time

–Create your ideal schedule to fit your needs. “If you don’t guard your time, someone else will take that time.”

  1. Successful private practitioners dream about what their ideal practice looks like, but they don’t let this dream cripple them

–Take action, remain flexible, and build your practice layer by layer. “Perfectionism is the enemy of innovation.”

  1. Successful private practitioners take an abundance mindset

–There is wisdom in this mindset!

  1. Successful private practitioners use the success of others as inspiration instead of letting it stifle them
  2. Successful private practitioners work on themselves, knowing in their heart that the up and down nature of private practice does not reflect their worth as a person

 

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