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Now displaying: October, 2016
Oct 31, 2016

Are you considering moving beyond a traditional private practice?

Do you dream of serving more clients and making a bigger impact on the world?

Dr. Susan Peirce Thompson created Bright Line Eating, a program that has served clients all over the world, and in this episode, she shares just how she did that.

Susan is the real deal. She has helped 4,000 people in 63 countries lose 133,000 pounds. 133,000 pounds!

Her program is based on her work in the neuroscience of weight loss, willpower, and food addiction. She shows people how to break free of addictive food patterns so they can live in a "right-sized body".

What first attracted me to Susan is how passionate and genuine she is about her work and her program. I invited her on the show to learn more about how she built this hugely successful program.

Susan started with one single idea and created a program that serves clients in 63 countries. She's sharing with us exactly how she did that.

In this episode, Susan shares:

  • 2 principles of how to market without your audience feeling like they're being "marketed to"
  • Her big eye-opener when she wanted to write a book
  • How to tell your story in a way that serves and moves your audience
  • The most profound truth she's ever heard about building her business
Oct 27, 2016

Quick! What's the first thing pops into your mind when I say, "SEO"?

Did you say "keywords"?

Keywords have become synonymous with SEO for many of us. But what exactly does that mean?

Keywords are essential to SEO, but they're not the only thing that matters. AND keywords are used differently today than they were in the past. When I created my first website, you could throw a bunch of keywords on your page, and you'd end up at the top of Google. SEO just doesn't work that way anymore.

Google and our clients have both gotten more sophisticated in online searches. So your approach to online marketing needs to become more sophisticated as well.

In this podcast, Daniel Fava, founder of CreateMyTherapistWebsite.com, explains how therapists can boost their SEO. He explains that as Google gets more sophisticated, the way to optimize our websites changes.

Daniel's a proponent of "on-page" SEO, which means SEO for specific content pages on your website. Content like articles, blog posts, videos and podcasts.

In this interview, Daniel shares:

  • Why on-page SEO has become so important
  • Which keywords psychotherapists should optimize for
  • How to track which keywords perform the best
  • How to make your website more readable
  • 5 actions you can take right now to boost your SEO
Oct 20, 2016

As a professional, it's essential that your clients, potential clients, and treatment stakeholders all know, like, and trust you. That's the foundation of all human communication.

"Trust is REQUIRED for people to do business with you", explains Dr. Simone Alicia, our guest in this episode.

Trust is built through effective communication. When you see yourself as competent and competent, others take you seriously and have trust in what you do. As therapists, we need our clients to trust us BEFORE and DURING therapy.

However, the way we communicate with potential clients must be different than the way we communicate in the therapy room. Otherwise, we'll make the wrong impression with potential clients and actually sabotage our success.

Simone is an NLP practitioner, and has used her expertise to develop strategies to help professionals become more powerful communicators.

The first time I met Simone, I was drawn to her. She has a magnetic energy that just lights up a room. She's a living example of the power of her strategies, and in this interview she explains how you can incorporate these strategies as well.

In this episode, Simone shares:

  • How your tone may be sabotaging your success
  • The best communication with potential clients
  • Effective communication techniques in the therapy room
  • How your internal representations affect your communication
Oct 20, 2016

As a professional, it's essential that your clients, potential clients, and treatment stakeholders all know, like, and trust you. That's the foundation of all human communication.

"Trust is REQUIRED for people to do business with you", explains Dr. Simone Alicia, our guest in this episode.

Trust is built through effective communication. When you see yourself as competent and competent, others take you seriously and have trust in what you do. As therapists, we need our clients to trust us BEFORE and DURING therapy.

However, the way we communicate with potential clients must be different than the way we communicate in the therapy room. Otherwise, we'll make the wrong impression with potential clients and actually sabotage our success.

Simone is an NLP practitioner, and has used her expertise to develop strategies to help professionals become more powerful communicators.

The first time I met Simone, I was drawn to her. She has a magnetic energy that just lights up a room. She's a living example of the power of her strategies, and in this interview she explains how you can incorporate these strategies as well.

In this episode, Simone shares:

  • How your tone may be sabotaging your success
  • The best communication with potential clients
  • Effective communication techniques in the therapy room
  • How your internal representations affect your communication
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