Do you have clear visions for how you want your day, month and year to look like? What would you like to do more of that will make you a better person? How will you manage your time if you had more of it?
In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks with Kelly Higdon about calibrating your year, creating a life and job you want so that you can be a better person all round.
Meet Kelly Higdon
Kelly Higdon is the co-founder of The Business School Bootcamp for Therapists and she also does business strategy and lifestyle fro entrepreneurs at Kelly Higdon Consulting and her latest project is teaching people how to Calibrate your Year. On any given day you will find Kelly writing, meeting with my psychotherapy or coaching clients, running a webinar for therapists, providing consultation with private practice owners and making lots of room for play time with her family.
Kelly Higdon’s Story
As a psychotherapist formerly in private practice, the importance of self-care on mind, body, and spirit has been hammered into Kelly’s psyche.
It was both a slap in the face and a wake-up call. Something had to change.
In This Podcast
In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks with Kelly Higdon about calibrating your year, letting go of things you don’t enjoy doing and how you can have more free time.
Making Room for Change
I really believe in customization of life and business.
Kelly closed up one of her businesses and it created room for her to dream bigger. When she got out of the constant hustle and bustle of business, more opportunities were created for her. She decided that she really wanted to take off as much time as she possibly could with and realized that when she took time off she came back to work more energized.
Somehow the addiction of work has been glorified and workaholism works in the brain like any other addiction.
People expect their business to fulfill different areas of their lives. Businesses are not meant to replace a marriage, your friendships or love. If your business is responsible for your happiness, that’s a problem.
How to Calibrate your Year
- Identify your core beliefs
- Clarify your vision, what are you trying to create – this is not just for business, it is for life
- Get rid of stuff you are doing that is holding you back, implement steps
When you Change Things
When they have time to deal with it, they have time to heal and actually enjoy their life more.
At first there will be a lot of resistance, but eventually it will become the new norm. Some positive things that happen:
- Let go of projects that don’t give you joy anymore
- Don’t do things out of fear
- Doing more things in alignment with what you want
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Meet Joe Sanok
Joe Sanok helps counselors to create thriving practices that are the envy of other counselors. He has helped counselors to grow their businesses by 50-500% and is proud of all the private practice owners that are growing their income, influence, and impact on the world. Click here to explore consulting with Joe.
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