You already own the most valuable piece of real estate there is to make or break your private practice.
It’s that small (yet unlimited and multidimensional) area between your ears.
I’m talking about your mind. More specifically, I’m talking what you think. Even more specifically, I’m talking about what you think about YOU and YOUR WORLD!
I know you know this; you can’t deny it. I’ll even go so far as to bet you preach this to your clients — OFTEN!
Limiting beliefs can (and do) undermine the best of efforts. They hold you back; keep you stuck; make you think you’re not good (talented, smart, effective) enough. They will take you down each and every time.
Think about something that you dream of but never attempt. Something that shows up on your “to do” list over and over again. A goal that you’ve set and planned out several times but you never seem to reach.
Now, think about any negative or limiting beliefs in which you invest.
- Do you believe in scarcity (there are not enough clients; money; or time)?
- Do you believe you aren’t truly worthy of success – that helping people and being wealthy are mutually exclusive?
- Do you believe you aren’t good enough – that you are in impostor?
- Are you afraid of failure – so you stay “stuck” as a way to avoid trying and failing?
“An unexamined life is not worth living”~Socrates
Unidentified limiting beliefs will squash your success in business every time. If you want to be successful in your private practice you MUST be aware of (and do something about) your limiting beliefs.
Stop spinning your wheels and putting yourself through the anguish of not knowing why X, Y, or Z isn’t working. Take the time to dig deep, be honest, and face the beliefs that act as a boat anchor in your business.
What do you believe (about yourself or about your world) that keeps you “in your place” and far from your potential?