One thing I’m always asked about is what I do about late cancellations. The last time someone asked me, I said I should probably write a blog post about it.
Here it is, and thanks for the inspiration, Rebecca Atkinson!
I’ve been receiving a steady stream of messages asking for tips to handle the transition to GDPR.
GDPR isn’t really a ‘one-size fits all’. We all collect and handle data in different ways. This means that we need to look at what we ourselves are doing to make sure we’re GDPR compliant within our practice.
There is no shortage of guidance and information, but there is a lot to process and consider.
It’s taken me several dedicated blocks of time to get my head around this myself. I’m also lucky to have some great people in my support team to help me.
Here’s what I’ve learned.
A few things you might choose in the interest of well-being, health or beauty:
- Yoga studio
- Beauty salon
Or perhaps you pick another form of self-care. All come with a plethora of decisions to make: what, when, where, and why?
What can we learn from our own decision-making process?
Whether we work from home or in a clinic, part of our work will be involved with booking appointments and taking payments for those.
We pop into email to retrieve something that we need and oops, an hour has gone before we know it…
Not just for us, but for our clients too. We’re all busy and email keeps us that way.
Even worse, it makes us feel productive even when we are not achieving very much. It steals our valuable time when we least expect it.
Here’s my system to keep my in-box clean and tidy.
Casual conversation with a few of the ladies, revealed that there was a general feeling of exhaustion and a slight loss of spark when it came to their businesses.
We tried to unpick it a little. For many, it was down to being so busy that they hadn’t had a moment to pause, breathe, and reconnect with the bigger picture of what they were doing.
Do you ever feel this way?