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What's the Secret to Your Success? Part 4

Submitted by SamSanjana on Mon, 02/18/2019 - 04:57

No more! I can not tell you what a relief it Maximum Productivity Review is to have an assistant who is whip smart and on top of everything I give her. It allows me to relax, feel truly supported and divert new energy to serving more clients or creating new products. It's not the decision making process that is painful, it's staying in the in indecision that feels really uncomfortable. Better to make a decision, make a mistake and learn from it (I'll admit, I've made my fair share!!) than to avoid this essential skill to becoming successful.

If you wait until you feel ready to give a presentation or whatever your next step is, it will take you a year or more to get there. One of the secrets of success in private practice is the willingness to be able to be with your fear and uncertainty and to not let it stop you.

For example, in regards to presentations, all my clients' book seminars, with a general idea of what they'll cover, but get to work on the curriculum AFTER the presentation is scheduled and people are signing up. It definitely feels edgy, but the other way around doesn't seem to work.

Confidence comes through experience, not through mental preparation alone. when someone tells you can't have what you want. There's always a way to get what you want. You are only limited by your imagination. waiting on someone can't or won't serve you right now. Sometimes, people just don't want your business. It's not personal, maybe they are making a change in their focus, have a full practice, are extremely busy, etc.