Your practice is your work, maybe even your vocation. It should also earn you a living, right?
Integrity, consistency and professionalism are things that homeopaths and other therapists take seriously. We all strive for best practice in how we work and serve our clients.
On a day to day basis, most of us are kept busy booking appointments, scheduling follow ups and seeing our clients.
This type of work is central to our practice and will always be there, but to make progress, we believe that it’s important to take time for a regular review, maybe quarterly, or even every six months.
When did you last have a review? As we approach the half-way point of the year, now could be a good time.
What to review and where to start?
How about some counting?
How many clients have you seen each week/month? Compare the last quarter to the previous one. Is there a difference? If so (up or down), what do you think was the cause?
What else have you achieved? Workshops? A new clinic?
What is working? What is not working?
How about looking at your schedule?
How do you spend your time? Do you need to restructure your working week so that it works better for you?
How is your stock? Your resources?
Is your storage working for you?
Do you need to stock that cream that you are always recommending?
Or do you need to streamline?
What IS your plan for the next few months?
What steps do you need to take to make that happen?
As always, we recommend writing everything down in a notebook.
There, how was that? What did you learn about yourself? Wasn’t so scary after all, was it?