At some point in private practice, you have to face your fears. Your fear of rejection, backlash and ‘what will they think of me?!’…
Your fear of no one signing up, showing up or people throwing tomatoes during your seminar…
Your fear of standing on your own, standing out, being a leader/guru or expert and taking a chance that not everyone will like you…
All of this is totally natural.
And like all humans, it’s absolutely normal to desire to stay safe and cozy within what you know and not seem too different.
But staying snug as a bug doesn’t get your great work into the hands of the people that want it.
You have to venture into the marketplace, the places where your clients hang out and are open to learning new things.
And that takes courage.
It’s not difficult to learn the biz savvy skills and best practices you need to help you navigate these waters.
It just takes courage.
Courage to send your newsletter consistently, to stand in front of a room of strangers and share what you know, to make follow-up phone calls, to offer your services to a wellness coordinator, to promote your tele-series effectively and so on.
Again, it’s not difficult. It just requires some gumption, an opinion and the willingness to go beyond what your mind says you can and can’t do.
So how do you begin to cultivate courage to share your work with the world?
It’s like working out any muscle in your body.
Over time, with consistent action in the direction you want to go, it gets stronger, more flexible and you become more confident in your ability to flex that “mindset” muscle.
And on the next WellProNet Tele-Training, on Thursday, April 1st, at Noon eastern we’re going deep into this topic.
In this tele-class you’ll learn:
- How to deal your fears, worries and doubts that sometimes get the best of you and stunt your progress
- You’ll be inspired by stories from my own not-so-perfect experiences and my wellness pro clients’ real-life tales that will remind you that you ARE NOT ALONE
- The mindset you’ll need to handle criticism as your wellness work impacts more and more people
- How to become aware of a BIG unconscious, unspoken dynamic that wellness pros unwittingly fall into and how to nip it in the bud (I’ve done it too!)
- Practical ways and great resources to build that muscle of courage
- And, you’ll have plenty of time to ask questions, share your thoughts and receive on-the-spot coaching
I’ve never shared so openly and deeply about this topic.
Much of what I plan to cover is the stuff I have only shared, one-on-one, with my private clients.
You’ll want to add this tele-class to your own success library to refer to time and time again. (Yep, those fears, worries and doubts don’t just pop up once!)
And this call is free for members of WellPronet.org.
Not a member yet? Click on the following link to find out if membership is right for you: http://wellpronet.org/whyjoin
Can’t make the live call? No problem. WellProNet members receive a word-for-word transcript and audio recording of the monthly tele-trainings. So you can listen to the training on your own time. In fact, 75% of members access the membership resources on their own time, so you’re in good company.
Hope you decide to join us!
About the Author and WellProNet.org: Karin Witzig Rozell has been teaching health and wellness professionals how to grow their business since 2003. She started as a nutrition counselor who knew a lot about nutrition, but not a whole lot about business and marketing. After learning some tough lessons she cracked the code and now her passion is transforming practitioners into profitable business owners using the power of branding with archetypes. In 2009, she expanded her private practice and launched The Wellness Professional Network as the go-to place for practitioners to learn about making more money doing what they love. Karin lives in Upstate New York and works from home with her husband, Drew Rozell, who also runs a successful coaching business.