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Today’s topic is one that I’m excited to share with you. We are discussing using a combination of blogging and Pinterest to explode our website traffic. There is so much for us to learn!
Welcome to a new season of STC! During the time off, I focused on rest, self-care, and family. I also spent time working on the STC Directory, trying to bring improvements that will benefit all of us. Today’s conversation is a relevant topic for every business owner. We’re discussing how to optimize your business in light of your tax situation.
As we wrap up this season, it’s a good time to evaluate where we are in our businesses. I thought it would be good to talk about how I structure my days and weeks to maximize productivity, focus on self-care, and stay intentional about working ON my business and not IN it. As a self-proclaimed productivity nerd, I’ve learned these things through trial and error and trying new things and tweaking them until they work best for me.
How is your sleep? Sleep is a vitally important part of our lives that is often overlooked. We don’t usually think about the ways we cheat ourselves out of good sleep and how the quality of our sleep impacts every part of our day.
As clinicians, we often think about creative outlets for our messages of hope and healing. One of those that you might not have considered is creating a conference. Let’s discuss it in today’s show!
Session 197: How To Survive The Day-To-Day Grind Of Private Practice Both As Clinicians And Business Owners
Session 196: The First Online Marketplace Exclusively For Mental Health Professionals To Buy And Sell Their Original Products
In today’s solo episode, I’m sharing a book that has stood out in my life and might be helpful to you. Reading books about leadership and business is a cost-effective way to expand my knowledge and improve myself.
The concept of “niching down” in your private practice is one we frequently discuss on STC. With that discussion come the questions about being specific enough—or maybe too specific. Is there such a thing?