How to Figure Out What’s Next (Speed Bumps, Dead Ends & Detours: Part 1)

Hey there,

Being a business owner and running your own practice can be the most rewarding - and the most challenging - thing you’ve ever done. This week, we're starting a new series on how to handle it when you run into trouble. (Don’t worry, friends. I've got your back!)

As we do each week, here you’ll find one training, one quote, one idea, and one thing you might want to try; that is, your 11:11 for today. 


Even when you’re doing what you love, there will be days when you’re restless. Something’s missing. It’s time for a change and you’re hungry for something more.

In today’s training, I’ll share 3 great questions to help you get started as you figure out what that ‘something more’ might be. They’re exactly what I used to sort things out when I myself was at a major crossroads.

Check it out.



The real voyage of discovery lies
not in finding new landscapes,
but in having new eyes.
- Marcel Proust 


If you’re anything like me, there’s a good chance that down deep you have a restless spirit. If so, that means that every few years (or heck, every few months!) you may find yourself ready for a change.

I have often joked that I reinvent myself every three years, because that seems to be about how long I can stick with any one way of doing things. I’ve been a practicing psychotherapist for years, but who I see and how I work has evolved over and over again through those years.

Someone once asked me, “When are you going to be satisfied?”

Never. That was my answer.

Content? Yes. Satisfied? Never.

Have you been feeling a little restless lately? If so, don’t blow that off. If just means something new, and good, is ready to be born.


Give yourself permission to explore. That’s the beginning of everything.

Not sure how? Watch the video. ;)

And have an awesome week! 

P.S. At 1:00 eastern, on Thursday, 11/17, we’ll be gathering for our monthly Ideal Practice Cafe over inside the Facebook group. Would LOVE to have you as part of the discussion.

To join in, just be sure you’ve joined the Ideal Practice Community. Where else can you be a part of this kind of conversation????


What to Do When Things Don't Work (Speed Bumps, Dead Ends, & Detours: Part 2)



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