How to grow your therapy business

September 1st, 2009

If you want to take action and create a business attracting more time and money you have to apply the same principles you use in helping your clients make changes. We know as therapists that a client needs an outside perspective to help them see their blind spots and to introduce new ways to make positive changes. This may mean addressing underlying fears or changing thoughts, behaviors and consequently feelings. These are the same principles that make a business successful.

1. Get support from another person who is where you want to be.

Support is necessary to see the big picture and to help you identify the areas in your business that need improvement.

2. Address underlying emotions.

Much of what is standing in the way of your success is emotional. There are fears and limiting beliefs that keep you from moving into what you desire to create. Looking at these core issues is necessary to help you create a business you love.

3. Change what you are doing/thinking.

If you repeat the same behaviors you will get the same results. Now it’s time to start creating new steps tp get you where you want to be. Here’s the problem- if you have never been there before then you probably don’t know which steps to take to get the maximum results. Use your support systems to help you get clear on what it is you want and what step you need to take to get there.

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