Podcast #39: 8 Surprising Things I Learned About Myself While Growing my Business

 

A breakthrough is about moving past obstacles and hurtles that hold you back, both physically and mentally. 

This podcast episode is the most personal podcast I’ve ever recorded. There is no guest, I am flying solo. It’s easy to see successful people and feel like they’re successful because it was easy for them. But I want to share how the growth of my business has also been the growth of me as a person.

As cliche as that sounds, I really wanted to share the personal journey I had to move through to get to where I am. The growth of my business has been the growth of me as a person and what I’ve learned and had to change because without those changes, my business never would have gotten to where it is right now. Most importantly, without my business growing, I would never have been forced to make the changes in myself.

This episode is sponsored by my upcoming Private Practice Breakthrough event. It’s a 3.5 hour intensive workshop for any therapist, counselor, psychologist, or social worker that wants to launch their practice to another level. I will be visiting 4 cities and would love to have you join me. Visit thrivingtherapypractice.com/breakthrough to find out the dates and cities. It just might be the breakthrough you need.

Reflecting back on my journey, where my business came from and where it’s going has shown me exactly what I’m capable of. I hope by sharing this it inspires you to reflect on how far you’ve come on your journey, what you’re capable of and how far you want to go.

 

 

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Biggest takeaways you don’t want to miss:

  • Mastering your mindset and how this is something I’m still working on.
  • The skills have to come before the money. Learn how to give enough to the world to make yourself worth the income you want to earn.
  • How to get from passively learning within your comfort zone into action mode.
  • How to let go of things in order to get where you want to go.
  • How to avoid taking your failures personally.

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