Stuck in Private Practice? Begin Your Transition, Part II

Part II

Capture and record your thoughts. This is so important! Keep that pad and pen handy! The more you can organize and focus your thoughts, the better the results–in your private practice, and the rest of your life–will be.

Where to begin…

You’ll need just three things.

Space. You must have dedicated quiet place to go. Could be an elaborate vacation, or simply a parked car, or a rock in the woods or at the beach. In this space, you’ll also do some fun things.

Regularly.

Really. I ride my motorcycle, take the boat out, or go for a run or ski day.

Time. You must have dedicated time to do this. Non-cancelable, uninterrupted, no distractions. Phone off. No limits. You might need 15 minutes, you might need a month…

And a blank pad of paper. If it’s been a while since you’ve done this, maybe several.

And then it happens.

When not forced, you’ll know exactly what to do next.

The Final Steps

Capture and record your thoughts. This is so important! Keep that pad and pen handy! The more you can organize and focus your thoughts, the better the results will be.

Put it on yourself, but be gentle! Acknowledge what you’ll do better with your current vantage point. We all make mistakes. Do not beat yourself up.

Ask for guidance. Bounce ideas off people that dream big, and will not bring you down!

But the biggest thing is to continually be moving forward, with each new day you are privileged to live.

And it’s easy.

But only if you have that design. A detailed plan will benefit both your career in private practice and the rest of your life.

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