When Life Happens - What happens to our private practices?

When Life Happens - What happens to our private practices?

What if....

Your partner lost their job

A hurricane hit your town

You developed a chronic illness

You went through bankruptcy

You got divorced

Life can throw some serious curveballs sometimes. How do you cope? What happens to your business in the midst of so many difficult challenges? 

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8 Mistakes I made Building a Private Practice

8 Mistakes I made Building a Private Practice

We are bringing back this top article because it has been one that so many have seen and we want to be sure you see as well, especially if you are considering joining Business School Bootcamp.

The path to building a private practice is rarely perfect. While most of you know that I was able to build a successful private pay private practice during the recession- many of you don't know all the ways I messed up. The truth is, I tend to look back on things in a glass half-full. Every mistake I made led me to a million great decisions and experiences. But, it still doesn't mean I didn't mess up. 

Mistake #1: I didn't

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Essential End of Year Private Practice Checklist

Essential End of Year Private Practice Checklist

We are coming to the end of the year. This is a wonderful time to assess, re-assess, get organized, and a make a great plan for next year. So today, we are going to share a checklist of items to assess. Most of these items could be a blog article by themselves, so for today we are just going to make one handy-dandy list as a starting point! 

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The #1 thing that grew my private practice

The #1 thing that grew my private practice

I have owned a private practice, a coaching practice, a life coaching practice, and a product based business. If I compare how each has performed over time, I see a common thread regarding what has contributed to my success.  

I know success is truly a self-defined term. For me, it is a combination of financial, emotional, relational and spiritual outcomes. I do not feel successful if I shift in only one area of my life. I believe my action should leverage into other parts. For example, even if I make some sort of money, but it takes me away more from my family - that does not feel successful. But to generate income, feel closer to my loved ones, have time for my own health and spiritual life - that is of value to me. 

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