How Private Practice is Like Playing Golf (Part 2)

In the last post we looked at how Mindset affects attitude and your sustainable success in private practice.  We identified two of the most commonly seen categories of mindset traps that I see when coaching mental health professionals in private practice; mindset traps that hold clinicians back from getting what they want in their businesses.  […]

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How Private Practice is Like Playing Golf – Part 1

When it comes to success, private practice is a bit like golf.  It’s a game played between the ears.  All else being equal, the person who succeeds in private practice is the person who understands the importance of MINDSET.  It’s all about identifying our self-limiting beliefs and replacing them with a healthier mindset. You can […]

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