Half Time for Private Practitioners

Summer is just around the corner. It’s my favorite time of year. Why? It’s vacation time! But more than that, the Fourth of July is one of my favorite holidays, and even more so on Nantucket.

The day starts with the reading of the Declaration of Independence in a magnificent old church. Main Street is decorated and the entire day celebrated just like it was 100 plus years ago too! I shut the businesses down for a week; take lots of great books, toys, and plenty of quiet time.

But I also like Fourth of July week for another reason. It’s almost halftime of the year! One more shot at correcting my course, and realignment with my goals. And so it is with all my top level-coaching clients!

As always, this a huge week for new client enrollment for the same reason. So much so, we call these “Freedom Weeks”.

You see, just like in my practice, we only accept clients most dedicated and serious about their self-improvement. Those who are willing to stand out take calculated risks and grab everything they can from life and use their practice as that vehicle. 

We call it the CEO mentality.

Now this is in sharp contrast to the typical fear-based mentality too many people, and even private practitioners, project. Yes, the world can be a very challenging place, right now especially.

But the facts state we are indeed in full command of our choices and thus our direction in life and practice.

So if you have not done so lately, this is the perfect time, “Half Time” if you will, to have cause for celebration on December 31st, or regrets over what you may have been able to achieve “If only I’d a…”

Don’t let this be you! Practice consciously.

But always keep in mind; your practice should be serving you, and your goals dreams and powerful lifestyle! We are here to help!

I wish you the best along your journeys!

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Have a great day!



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