how to stop multitasking

How to Stop Multi-tasking

I read a book called ‘The One Thing’ by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan and it provides the inspiration for this article. In years gone by, I used to wear multi-tasking as a badge of pride and I can even … Continue reading

stand out or conform

To Stand Out, or to Conform?

I’ve been doing some work recently where I had to step out of my comfort zone.  I realised I was feeling conflicted about being visible and standing out, as opposed to enjoying my comfy, conformist place. The phrase new level, … Continue reading

keeping things simple

Keeping Things Simple

Keeping things simple is challenging when you get caught up listening to all the life and business experts.  Promoting new systems and telling you what you should and shouldn’t do, to be successful.  We’ve all heard the stories of the … Continue reading

setting client boundaries

Setting Good Client Boundaries

Do you make yourself available anytime a client wants you?  It’s so tempting especially if you are struggling to get enough clients, or just starting out. We’ve all been there.  Offering a late, last minute evening appointment, when we really … Continue reading

setting up a complementary practice

Setting up a Complementary Practice

Once qualified, the reality of setting up a complementary practice can be a little overwhelming.  It’s scary, how many established practitioners don’t have the basics in place, many of which are designed to protect them. Before I get started, I … Continue reading

too much competition

There’s Too Much Competition! Or is There?

Is this something you feel? There are too many practitioners who provide the same service as you?  There are too many alternative options available for your potential clients? This is a complaint I often hear from complementary practitioners and therapists.  … Continue reading