May 31, 2021
Sometimes it can be scary to let go of the notion that hard
work equals success.
It's so engrained in us that to take a morning, an hour, or a 15 minute break automatically makes us feel lazy.
And as clinicians, we have an extra concern layered in, we directly trade our time for money. Meaning that a morning off not only makes us feel unproductive, it makes us lose out on revenue.
So leaning into self-care and away from striving culture directly cuts into our bank account. Hence the 20, 25, 28, 32... clients on your caseload.
Many of us are drawn to the idea of cutting back face-to-face time, but are scared to lose our livelihoods.
But seeing less clients is totally possible. And, once you know the math behind shrinking your caseload, you can do it without sacrificing your income.
You can actually decrease how often you trade your time for money by discovering the numbers you need to build another revenue stream from a nonclinical source.
Come discover what those numbers are and why they matter in the latest podcast episode.
If you want more resources and show notes, check out http://marissalawton.com/podcast