What are you tolerating?
Someone asked me recently what I am tolerating and it made me think– about living conditions, about health, about friendships, family, and work.
At this point, I tolerate very little when it comes to work:
I have two exceptional assistants who help me get done all the pesky tasks that I don’t want to do myself for my two businesses.
I create the schedule and the days that work with my life and for my family.
I make the income I want to make, and that is reflective of the standard to which I hold myself to in my work.
I work with clients consistently and over a period of time that allows me to do the quality of work I feel is most beneficial for my clients in reaching their goals.
I work with clients with whom I feel deeply connected and who feel that I am a good fit for them (because they have made a very conscious choice to work with me specifically)
I have a beautiful office that I renovated last summer to reflect both my own style and that creates the kind of feel that mirrors the work I do.
And so I ask you:
- What are you tolerating in your practice?
- What would you change?
- How would your dream practice run?
Feel free to comment below with your thoughts on what you’re tolerating and what you’d like to make happen for your practice. Especially if you’ve got an established practice, this is an important exercise to begin fine-tuning and creating the practice that truly reflects your clinical and personal beliefs and values.
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