•Lots of Referrals
•Increase My Income
•Stop taking Insurance
•Full Time Job
•Write My Book
•Retire or Semi-Retire
•Paid Trainee Placement
•Lots of Supervised Hours
•A Certain Type of Client
•A Great Supervisor
•A Preferred Location
•A Preferred Setting--Agency,
•Short or Easy Commute
•Build My Practice
•Build My Referral Network
In 2017 Lynne added Monthly Practice Development Lunches where the only cost is for you to pay for your own lunch & tip (Tax-Deductible). Held at a local Westside restaurant, each monthly lunch has a theme: Marketing, Money Matters, Private Practice, Coaching for Clinicians, Social Media for Therapists, Websites, etc.
Each Practice Development Lunch includes a discussion of the theme, Q & A, Participant Announcements, and Participant Introductions, along with the usual networking and exchange of business cards. Limited to 25 participants, the lunches are very popular events and fill to capacity very quickly.
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Determining and finding who your ideal client or customer is, is probably one of the most important — and often, overlooked, parts of building a brand. You see, a lot of times, we worry about setting up our offer, creating our websites, defining the products or details on the services we’re going to sell. We do this while forgetting that without clients, we would have no business at all. So, actually, it should be done all the way around. You need to begin by understanding who your audience is and what their needs are. More....
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All business people are networkers whether they realize it or not. Some are more effective than others and enjoy it more than others. Anyone can master the art of networking with a bit of effort and a little magic.
Think about it. Every time you meet someone, you are networking. Every time you greet someone, you are networking. Every time you pick up the phone, you are networking. Every time you send an e-mail, you are networking. Every time you engage someone in conversation, you are networking. Every time you write a note (yes, some people still write notes), you are networking. More...
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Networking is a skill, and like all skills, it is something that is learned and developed. While it may seem like there are many "natural" networkers out there, understand that they became this way over time.
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