Minimize the Impact of Coronavirus on Your Business

Minimize the Impact of Coronavirus on Your Business! Bonus Podcast: Three Ways to Minimize the Impact of Coronavirus on Your Business

Coronavirus is here to stay for a while. It can be tempting to pull the covers over your head, binge on your quarantine cookies, and wait it out.

That’s not going to cut it for you.

As a business owner, you need to make sure you’ve got financial stability. For most of us, this means we can’t afford to take weeks or months off.  You need to Minimize the Impact of Coronavirus on your Business!

As therapists, coaches, and healers, the world needs us now more than ever.

If you were selling shoes, I’d say, “Sure, take a few months off and catch up on 90-Day Fiance.” But you’re not selling shoes. You are part of the solution. We need your voice. We need your message of hope.

In this Owning Your Worth podcast, I share with you three things you can do to protect your business and give yourself peace of mind, so that you can help make a difference. Minimize the Impact of Coronavirus on your Business.

One of the ways you protect your business is by getting active on social media. This will allow you to remain visible and relevant to your audience. If you need a social media “jump-start”, join me for my FREE 5-Day “Build Your Social Media Following” challenge.

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Jennifer Sneeden works with therapists, counselors and psychologists who are sick of earning less than their worth and are totally ready to build thriving, 6-figure private practices.

She gives them the tools they need to consistently fill their schedules with clients they love, without having to stress over where their next clients are coming from. (In fact, I have so much fun helping my clients attract more clients that I sometimes forget I’m actually working.)

After getting her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy, she couldn’t wait to start her own practice! It had been her dream for years. But as she began building her practice, she saw that clients didn’t just show up on her doorstep asking to hand her money.