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Empathy Rising: Side Hustles for Therapists in Private Practice

Oct 5, 2020

A few weeks ago...

we talked about the fact that reflection is the first step in any side hustle.

And with that being the case, I would definitely argue that getting organized is the second.

Whether you love planning, think it’s the most boring thing in the world, or find it overwhelming to sort out your tasks, creating a plan establishes a solid foundation for your side hustle’s success.

That doesn’t mean you need to create a cookie-cutter path and follow what everyone else is doing. The exact opposite actually,

Your side hustle plan needs to be your own, take your unique lifestyle into account, and work around what you already have going on in your life.

This bespoke nature will make it so your side hustle fits around your life - not the other way around.

What’s more, knowing which tasks are most important for your success ensures you use the time you carve out to actually make progress rather than spin your wheels.

Having a plan for your side hustle means that you won’t just find the time to accomplish things, but the energy and motivation to use that time well.

It’s about knowing what to work on when and how each action will move your needle forward.

So this week, I’m breaking down the three different types of time your side hustle requires. Then we’ll look at which types of tasks fall into each category and how the type of offer you choose dictates which type of time is most important.

If you want to create a plan that makes sense for your lifestyle, instincts, and strengths, Join our Side Hustle Schedule Event