Are you one of those therapists or healers who has said, “I’m Not In It For the Money!”?
If so, you may not have chosen your therapy or healing practice because of the money, but don’t you deserve to live your life free from money worries? My pal, Karin Mizgala, the brilliant financial whiz and I have worked with lots of therapists and healing professionals who do a fantastic job in helping their clients overcome seemingly insurmountable problems.
But when it comes to handling their own finances, well… let’s just say many could use a helping hand. It’s certainly easy to lose track of the financial side of things with so many competing demands on your time and attention.
Nevertheless, bad money habits and practices can seriously impact the viability and profitability of your business – to say nothing of the anxiety, confusion and stress created when things get out of control!
And let’s be straight, here…
Despite all the altruism and compassion you may have -a private practice is still a business. Just like any car wash, dental office, or manufacturing plant. We need to cover our expenses, pay ourselves and our staff and keep up with our taxes if we want to be there for our clients over the years.
And don’t you want enough cash coming in to enjoy a good life now and a secure and comfortable future in your later years?
To run a financially profitable private practice, you need to get honest with yourself.
Can you really say that you know exactly how much money is coming in every month – where it’s coming from — and where it’s going?
Do you know how much, and where to invest money in your practice in order to grow your income?
Do you have a plan for where you want to be financially in the long-term and a concrete strategy for getting there?
If not, now’s the time to do something about it.
Money may not be your favorite topic and you may want to avoid it like the plague. However, if you want to attract more into your life and run a profitable practice, you need to be able to engage in the world of money with confidence and ease.
So here is the scoop…
If you are ready to get the help you need to develop a healthy relationship with your private practice finances, check out the Private Practice Finances Made Easy Program. You can find out more by clicking here.
If you you need to deal with your business finances but are tempted to continue putting it off, I would strongly advise against it.
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