Do You Need to Invest in Courses or Coaching to Scale Your Private Practice?
It’s a bit narrow-minded…
to say that the only way to make money is to spend money.
Honestly, this notion gets under my skin a bit because it negates tenacity, and grit, and perseverance.
There is a lot we can do with a strong cup of coffee and an all-night date with Google.
But as entrepreneurs, I would argure that money isn’t our only form of currency, and in some cases, our time is much more valuable than the number in our bank accounts.
This relationship between time and money is undeniable when you’re building a business. And when you’re saving one, you’re spending the other.
So while investing isn’t necessary to grow your business, it becomes essential when you want to reach your goals quickly, without trial and error, and in a way that doesn’t require you to fix past mistakes.
There’s a certain kind of synergy that happens when you bring the right knowledge, support, and energy into your business.
And it makes it possible for you to blow way past your limiting beliefs and your assumed potential.
So this week, I’m talking about when I think it’s important to crack open your wallet, how to make smart investment decisions, and who to pick as your guide(s).