Last time I introduced you to Start-Up Sally, the therapist who is just embarking on her dream of running her own therapy business.
Today I want you to meet Prosperous Penny – or Paul.
Penny is doing well, running her own business which brings in $50,000 and $100,000 dollars a year.
She has a lovely home in an affluent area and has worked very hard to get what she has.
Her business is organised, systems are in place, she has a professional website and a healthy database of clients.
It sounds ideal but the only challenge is that Prosperous Penny is often exhausted and frustrated as she does everything herself.
She works five days a week giving treatments and often has to devote her weekends to admin and paperwork.
She thinks about work 24/7 but doesn’t want to slow down as she wants to maintain her income.
She longs for a little balance in her life as her children are growing up fast and she is too busy to be with them.
Does this sound like you? If so, you may know what your next step should be – but it is a big step.
To grow your business, you need to be thinking about taking on admin staff, a receptionist, perhaps even hiring a fellow therapist to share the load.
If you are a Prosperous Penny, I want you to trust me to overcome your challenges and move your business to the next level. My system of coaching will allow you to free up time and enjoy your family while increasing profit.
As a fellow professional therapist myself, I can show you the way to be less hands-on, but more in control of your business life.
My system of targeted coaching for therapists like you will give you your life back and move your business onto the next level.
Many therapists in the same situation as Prosperous Penny burn out. Don’t let that happen to you.
Take the first step right now.
Sign up for my free ebook by popping your email address in the box. I will send you ‘The 3 mistakes that therapists make in their business for not using a recommendations system and…how to fix them!”
I will also send you an invitation to join my private Facebook page for therapists so we can share ideas for always being the best.
I look forward to working with you.
Until the next time.