Where for art thou blog?

To blog or not to blog...that isn't the ONLY question. First let's address why you should blog.

 

  • It is a chance to share something with the world. There is only one unique you, with your knowledge, that can give words of wisdom to others. Think if it like a gift to your readers.

  • You get to develop your niche. If you hone your writing onto just a few things, it helps you refine your niche.

  • With your niche developed, the more you write, the more you become an expert. You might focus on divorce or dating. Either way, people will read your stuff because you know what you are talking about.

  • It is a way to connect with others and communicate about who you are and what you do. Blogging can be a great networking tool.

 

WAIT! What about SEO? Well...so glad you asked :) Your blog CAN help with your SEO. BUT, if your blog is seperate from your website, that is so very sad for you because your blog is doing very little for your website. Which means you have to work twice if not three times harder to get your SEO up there and looking stellar. Also, who wants to manage two accounts, two websites - UM, not me. So when you are choosing a platform for your website, you need to take this into consideration. This is why we really love platforms that have the blog integrated. Become an expert and show the world that you know what you are talking about- Blog!

Super Shrinks

I got a chance to attend the Super Shrinks Conference today with Scott Miller, PHD as the speaker. He was phenomenal! A Super Shrink is the unusually effective and talented psychotherapist. Through Scott’s research it became evident that Super Shrinks are always seeking consultation, engaging with questions, and trying to figure out what they need to improve. It is about improving our outcomes as therapists and not settling in our comfort zones. It got me thinking not only about how we need to seek to grow in our clinical skill but in our technological skill as well.
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A Technofabulous Office - the Paperless Options

Before you say anything, don’t look at your office and the file cabinets. Just because you have files, doesn’t mean you can’t go paperless! If you have a private practice or a group practice, you can start now and deal with your file cabinets later. Don’t let scanning and such deter you
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