The Power of Proximity - Therapists in Community

The Power of Proximity - Therapists in Community

Joe Sanok from Practice of the Practice joins the podcast today to share about the power of community as you build your private practice. Check out his upcoming Killin’ It Camp here.

In this podcast we discuss:

  1. How the landscape of private practice community has changed

  2. How community can eliminate the hierarchy of learning and be more collaborative

  3. The importance of in person learning and relationship building

  4. What is needed for success in a community

  5. Why being in person is so valuable

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Let Success Surround You

Let Success Surround You

Jim Rohn is a motivational speaker known for his talks on the law of average where he speaks about how we are the average of the five people we spend the most time with. This also applies to our work and owning a business. Think about it for a moment. 

Who are your five people?

Do they encourage you? Challenge you? Make you stronger? Make you more vulnerable? Open you up to possibilities?

I don't believe that building a business happens alone. It takes a village quite literally. Many people have supported us on our journey, and while I want to introduce you to some of them first, here are some things to think of when building your tribe.

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16 Reasons Therapists are Attending the Most Awesome Conference

16 Reasons Therapists are Attending the Most Awesome Conference

Kelly, Joe, and I were all together in Orlando, Fl for the American Counseling Association's Annual Conference. As we were chatting, we thought we'd ask a question to the attendees who've already signed up for the Most Awesome Conference for Therapists. The answers we received gave us chills! 

Reason #1: Connecting with Therapists Who Practice Abundance

I signed up for the conference because being around fellow business owners that practice abundance and encouragement fills me up! The greatest benefit so far is expanding and deepening the online relationships I've made. Anna Osborn, LMFT www.annaosbornmft.com

Reason #2: This is a rite of passage

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