6 Biggest Mistakes Therapists Make When Building An Online Course

An expanded version of my popular, spontaneous Facebook post from last month: Mistake 1: Creating the course by themselves rather than inviting their ideal students into the process to create the course with them Therapists are particularly likely to make this mistake because they know what their clients need. But the problem is, what your…

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Therapists Starting A Group Practice Need To Know This

Going from solo to group means going from marketing and selling one service to selling two. A solo practice markets and sells therapyA group practice markets and sells therapy and employment If you are building a group practice and fail to nurture both – you will not succeed. How are you getting the word out…

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Therapists Hate Selling Therapy – Here’s Why

Therapists hate selling therapy. And what I mean by that is that most therapists struggle to promote their therapy services and ask for money in exchange for their therapy services. Should therapists profit off of providing therapy services? The answer is yes. But most therapists struggle to say “yes” confidently. This adverse reaction to sales…

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How To Always Know What To Focus On To Grow Your Private Practice

“I don’t know what to focus on!” Prioritization is half of what it takes to make a business succeed. But how? Start By Getting Clear On One Goal That goal might be: “I want to get 2 more clients in the next 30 days”“I want to increase revenue”Or something else. Next, Evaluate Your Ideas For…

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