Ep. 25: The Next 5 Years
It’s my birthday week – and one way I celebrate is by taking space to reflect, visualize and plan what I want the next five years to look like, in all areas of my life. I create my vision.
I find many of my clients struggle with the idea of creating a vision and when I first started I didn’t have one either. It’s common to be clear on your reason for starting a business – like working for yourself, making your own hours, having flexibility, making more money than working in a regular job and/or staying home with the kids – but having a clear vision of exactly where you want to get to is so important, whether you’re starting out or have been running your practice or business for years.
This week on The Leveraged Practice Podcast, I take you through the three ways how having a vision will help you, the steps to create a vision and I go over my own five year vision. I share the big question that freaked me out when I first starting working through my vision and how it helped me realize what I needed to do in my business. I also talk about my goal setting process and how it ties to getting to my vision.
When you have a vision, you’ll feel more in control of what you’re doing and know where to direct your energy. You’ll have a clear path to building more impact, helping more people, making more money, all while having more time to do what you love!
If you enjoyed this podcast, you may enjoy these 3 other podcast episodes where I cover planning for your business:
Prefer reading? Here’s the transcript below
Stephanie: So yesterday was my birthday, August 21. And I was born in 1982. That makes me 37 this year. And it’s such an interesting time around your birthday. I’d love to know what you do during your birthday time, whether that’s a day, or a week or a month. What is it that you do when you hit that milestone of another year has gone by and a new year is coming up? It’s like a New Year’s celebration for all of us in a very personal way.
So I’d love for you to find me, whether that’s on Instagram @theleveragedpractice, you shoot me an email or find me on Facebook. Find me and let me know. I would love, love, love to know what your birthday celebration looks like. But also what does your birthday reflection look like? Do you do anything really cool to reflect on the past year, to visualize what you want the next year to look like? You know, what does that practice look like for you?
I can tell you that in the last few years – I’ve always loved birthdays and celebrating birthdays – and in the last few years being a part of birthing other humans (two, a four-year-old and a one-year-old right now), gosh, birth and life and this annual celebration of another year has so much meaning and magic for me these days.
Because I run two businesses, and because I’m working so hard at growing the impact that I have on people’s lives out in the world with my business, it really has had me step back a little more and reflect on myself and my own growth and my business growth. And do on my birthday, a whole day or a few hours – just whatever works for you – but for me anyways, a whole day to treat myself and celebrate myself, but also to just connect with myself and meditate and listen in and reflect on what went well, the year before, what I enjoyed, maybe what I have to let go of – just kind of reflect on all of these things and then visualize what I want the future to look like.
You know, because if we’re not learning, what’s the point? If we’re not here to reflect and learn the hard stuff, then what are we doing here? Like, I think that’s the point. That’s why we’re here. We’re here to connect to each other, to love on each other, to learn lessons to grow. That’s why we’re here.
So running the business is just such a fun part of that. And being a part of the work that I do with health professionals to create online programs and bring them out to their practice is so special, because I feel like the work that I do is wonderful and incredible. I enjoy it. But I feel like it’s so much bigger than me. Because I get to empower and support amazing health professionals who have incredible expertise in different areas to help hundreds and thousands of people themselves. It’s such a dream.
Setting up Your Leveraged Practice Success
So, what I wanted to share with you in this episode is just a little bit about what I do in my celebration of my annual birthday, but also what I do in goal-setting and planning and visualizing the next few years. So I want to talk about the next five years, specifically.
Now if that feels really big for you, you can think of it in the next one year, the next three years…but if you can plan on being here on this planet for the next five years, wouldn’t it be interesting to think about what you want that to look like? And what you want that to feel like and give you some, give you some – I don’t know, what’s the word – like, give you some motivation? No, give you some incentive, give you some direction on where to direct your energy, because geez, this planet has so many ways of pulling energy out of us. We feel exhausted, we feel busy, we feel overwhelmed by so many things.
So what if you could cast a vision for yourself and your life over the next five years? And then use that to direct where you put your energy? Why don’t we do that today?
Creating The Vision for Your Health Practice
So the first thing I want to talk about, as we head into this, is vision. Then we’re going to talk about goal-setting near the end and I’ll give you some takeaways. So the first thing is that I find the majority of my clients – and these are health professionals that have practices and are creating online programs and making a big impact on the world – the majority of these clients can really struggle with the idea of a vision.
Whether you’re just starting your practice, or you’ve been in it for a few years – and I struggled with this too, honestly – but this idea of creating a vision for your life and for your practice, I think so many of us just jump into practice and we’re like, I want to work for myself. I want to make my own hours. I want to be flexible. I want to have some babies and be able to stay home with them. I want to make more money than I can make in a regular job, you know?
We have lots of different reasons on why we start a practice. For me, when I think about it, it’s just so funny, because I was working for a family health team full-time. And I didn’t love the work I was doing, number one. Two, I thought the system was broken, because I would have so many no-shows and so many late cancellations and so many just late appointments. Some people will show up to their appointment and not do anything and then book another one a month from now. And it would cycle on month after month of people showing up and not really making any changes. And the government was paying me money every hour, every day to do this job.
I was thinking, gosh, what a waste of money. Even though I was being paid on an hourly basis, I felt like it was a waste of my time. Because so much of the time I was sitting around doing nothing while people no-showed for their appointments, or while people weren’t making change.
So for me, I felt like the reason I got into health, which was to make change and change people’s lives and help them live better lives and feel good in their bodies – I wasn’t doing it. So I started thinking I could just make up my own business and see people on my own and do a better job. What a hilarious idea. And that’s what I did.
I finished that job and I went off and I got a part-time job while I built my business part-time. I started to work with real people and figure out what it really takes to be an entrepreneur and a business owner. Oh, gosh, there’s episodes on that.
What’s so interesting is I never had a vision. I never made a business plan. I never knew what I was working towards. I just wanted to work for myself and make some money to pay my bills. Does that connect with you? Let me know, I would love to know if you did what I did.
So we struggle a lot. Lot of us struggle with this idea of a vision because whether we’re just starting out or we’ve been in it for a few years, we think like, Oh no, what’s the vision? What, I need to commit to something? I need to visualize where I’m going? Can’t I just work, work, work away and see patients and try to make money? It’s being caught up in the busy work. Man, it’s not good. And it feels slightly uncomfortable and overwhelming, but it also feels uncomfortable to think about committing to something and to think about that big vision.
I know that many of us do struggle with creating that vision. So if that’s you, take a deep breath. Know you’re not alone. Know that creating a vision can stir up all kinds of messages within you. Maybe you feel like you don’t know what you’re doing. Maybe you feel like you have no clue.
You know, what’s funny is that a lot of incredible business owners running million-dollar companies and above still kind of feel like a bit of a hot mess. So you’re not alone. Even the best of the best are struggling with just that feeling of knowing what you’re doing.
So if we put that away for a second, I want you to know how important it is to have a vision. And I want you to know that when you sit down and you make space for this – it may take you a day, it may take you a week, it may take you really thinking about this over a month, like several weeks of making space for this and journaling and thinking about these questions.
But I promise you that when you have a vision, and when you have something to commit to over the next three to five years, that you will feel more compelled, that you can make decisions firstly on where to put your energy and what to do towards that vision. It gets easier to say yes or no to things. And I see so many of my clients and people who aren’t my clients just struggle with taking contracts or making decisions on things.
If you have a vision, then it’s much easier to say yes or no because it’s either driving towards your vision, aligned with your vision, or not.
And so that’s the first thing: decisions become easier. But also, when you put energy into things, you know where it’s going to take you and you know where you’re going when you’re putting energy. And so when things get hard or sticky, you can see where you’re going with it.
The third thing is that I think you’re actually able to do less, which is an amazing concept. And a book by Kate Northrop, called Do Less if you’re interested in doing less. Having a vision allows you to cut out a lot of this icky busy work of spending time doing things that don’t matter and aren’t pushing us forward. So I think there’s a great, great opportunity here to create a vision.
Now, how to set a vision? Well, firstly, I want you to think big. Where do you want to go? What do you want to do? What are you creating this business, this practice, this online program – whatever you’re working on now – what are you creating it for? What’s the point? Is it to make lots of money? Is it to work less hours? Is it to impact millions of people? What is it? Why are you doing it?
And there’s a great book I recommend to my clients, if you’re struggling with your why, called Start with Why. It’s a great book, highly recommended. So if you’re struggling with that why, read that book. It’s a great read. You can probably get that book for under $20.
First, just set with your why – why you’re doing this and then where you want to go? How do you want it to feel? What do you want it to look like? I think if you could also take some time to think about what you want your day-to-day to look like. What do you want your work schedule to look like? What hours do you want to work? What kind of work do you want to be doing day to day? Do you want to be seeing clients one to one every day, five days a week? You know, taking a couple weeks’ vacation? Or do you want to be seeing clients one or two days a week and running other kinds of programs that are going to allow you to travel more, take more time off, just scale your business in a different way? Do you want to have lots of employees and a big team? Do you want to just have a part-time assistant and you, and keep a real small tight operation? What does that day-to-day look and feel like?
I think it’s such an important thing to sit down and think about because we don’t often do it. And the work you’re doing now and what you’re working towards now may not actually be the way you want to spend your time. And when you think about hey, you know what, I do love seeing clients. I want to see them one to two days a week, but that’s it. But I want to make 200 grand a year. You can start to think about how do I do that? What I’m doing right now isn’t getting me there. So I need to learn how to do X, Y, Z, to get there.
So when you get real with yourself and you say here’s how I actually want to spend my time, here’s the work I enjoy doing, here’s the time off I want, it can help you get realistic on the work that you’re doing now and how your business or practice or products that you’re selling need to change. So those are some things you want to look at: work-life balance, what your work life actually looks like, what it feels like, the amount of money you want to make – those kinds of things can help you – the amount of impact or the impact you make in the world.
The Commitment to Your Health Practice
Then a big question that freaked me out the first time I saw it in January, you may have heard me talk about this in a previous podcast episode. My dear dear dear friend, brilliant, genius business owner, Sara Christensen – who owns Kickass Masterminds, she’s so wonderful and brilliant and genius – she asks this question, what can you commit to for three years? What can you commit to for three years? Now, I would say if that feels heavy, stick to three years. I personally, after digesting this question, I want to look five years ahead. What do the next five years hold for me?
Sometimes looking at the three years is great and I think that that’s a great place to start. If that feels overwhelming, maybe you just start with what do the next 12 months look like? What do the next 18 or 24 months look like? At least a couple of years, you know. What are you working towards? But working towards five years from now and then running those numbers and looking at that is just so interesting on where you want to get to. So somewhere between three to five years. And what can you commit to?
This freaked me out when I saw it because I just kept trying things and trying new things and running webinars and launching online programs and making cash and doing consulting and contract work, all kinds of stuff. I was just making money, making babies, doing what I thought life was about. And just having that flexibility to change it up. But I realized with this question that committing to something would allow me to commit to that vision. And it would allow me to feel strong in what I was building.
When things get hard and things get tough or money’s not coming in, or things feel sticky or people quit on you or someone gives you a bad review or just all these icky things, you still have this commitment. And you have this vision. With commitment, that’s so important, right?
We commit to lots of things in our lives. But perhaps we don’t always commit to our business, to our clinic, to our practice, to the vision that we have for that and where we want to go. It also helps us to slow down right now. This is something that I did not realize. But committing to something for three, four or five years has actually allowed me to slow down today, which is so relieving.
If you are someone that’s in a hustle bustle, moving your buns off, working so hard, overwhelmed, tired, can’t even breathe because you’re doing so much – committing to something for three, four or five years actually will help you slow down now.
Because if you run that first online program, and you get four people to sign up, five people to sign up, six people to sign up, 10 people to sign up – it doesn’t really matter because you’re committed to three, four or five years from now running a successful online program that puts hundreds of people and maybe thousands of people in it.
Today is just the first step. Today is that first opportunity. Today is where we learn things. Maybe you enroll in a workshop, a training or a course to help you learn this stuff. Get that first one out in the world and know how to evaluate it, tweak it and make it a great product. And then you move forward and you launch it over and over again. You learn. You ask for feedback. You continue to grow.
Because you’re committed to three, four, five years from now and a vision and somewhere you want to get to, these little steps don’t feel so urgent. They don’t feel so disappointing when you fail. Failure is a part of learning and growth and we need to fail a lot along the way. You’re just learning what doesn’t work, and it’s getting you closer to figure out what does work.
Running the Numbers to Create Your Leveraged Practice
So I think that vision will actually set you free after you can commit to it. And then what you want to do is run the numbers. Oh my gosh, this is something else that Sara says a lot and my mastermind team all says. We all talk about running the numbers. Looking at what you need to do in your practice or in your work life to hit that vision, to hit those numbers, to hit that vacation allotment, to hit that new house that you want – or whatever it is – or to make that other baby, you know? Running the numbers on what you’re doing now and how that needs to change or what product or program you need to implement into your business to get there is super key.
In the workshop, The Leveraged Practice workshop, I often talk about this with my students and my clients. And sometimes if they want to – because it’s very customized to what my client experiences are and what questions they have – we will look at a spreadsheet and will actually look at running numbers. Some of my clients asked for my spreadsheet recently so we could look at their numbers. And they could run what their program looked like and what the product actually looked like, how much they wanted to price it for, how many they had to sell each month, each quarter, each year to hit their goals – it’s so good to do that. Because then you can figure out what your business products and programs and what you need to do to hit that target and to meet that vision. So all of those are important things.
My 5-Year Plan
Before we get into goal-setting, I’ll tell you about my big vision and what I think the next five years is going to look like. We actually do goal-planning quarterly with some of my clients. And so, when we do goal-setting, I always show my goals as an example of some things I’m working on. And so today I’m going to share with you what I think the next five years looks like. So I’m recording this for August 22, that’s the day it comes out, 2019. I currently have a one-year-old David and a four-year-old Deacon who is starting school in September. And we are hoping to have another baby enter our lives. We can feel this spirit baby, this energy around us, and he or she needs to be a part of this family.
So for me, the next five years include becoming a mom of three humans, which is such another adventure. If you have three kids, please message me. I need some help, I need to know what to expect. But that requires nine months of being pregnant, it could require months of trying. And then for you mamas out there, you know those first six to nine months, that’s kind of a phase that you’re real exhausted. But then those nine to 18 months is a whole other phase that can really leave you with low energy. So you know, we have an investment of the next two to three years of bringing another life onto this planet. And then of course, mommying all three of these kids.
So, you know, I don’t know if it sounds weird to talk about that ’cause we don’t talk about mommying a lot on this podcast. But it’s a big deal. It’s a big deal to grow a human in your belly, it’s incredible. For all you women listening, or all you men listening who support the women in doing this, take a minute to pause and just know that it’s so magical to do that.
But it does require energy. It does require us to work – I don’t want to say less – but work differently. It could be working less. It could be working very differently as well. I think it requires us to build strong teams, whether that’s supportive partners – we have a nanny in our house. So she works Monday to Friday, and she helps me with this house, with the kids, with the food, with the laundry, all the things.
We have fostered – and we continue to foster and work on – a team environment just in this home, as well as in your practice or in your business. So that whatever you’re doing, you have a strong team that you can lean out of your business and still have money coming in and clients coming in to serve. And that’s important.
For me, the next five years includes a lot of work on becoming a very strong CEO, a very strong leader and a very strong team lead. And fostering those really good relationships with my team and making sure that they feel autonomous but supported and just a really strong part of it. And that we can work together, not just so we can grow the company – and not just so I can have another human and take care of three humans – but also to lean out and to work differently. Because my vision of how I want to work now and in five years is real time spent on work that I absolutely love to do. I know that includes work that you don’t love to do.
It is my goal over the next five years to pass off as much of that work that I don’t love to do or that I’m not very good at, you know that it’s not my jam or it’s not my expertise, to other people on my team. So for example, right now, as part of my team, I have a bookkeeper. I’ve had a bookkeeper for years. Although I’m pretty good at numbers, I do not want to run the numbers every month, every quarter. No, thank you. So that’s something that’s off of my plate. I also have a lawyer for all legal needs. He has been with me for over six years at this point.
I also have my nanny who helps with stuff around the house. She does laundry, she does the cooking, she does groceries, she takes care of babies. She is incredible. She packs when we go on trips. So she is that extra set of hands around here so that when I am not working, which is evenings and weekends, I’m not running around doing 5000 things. I can actually relax. Maybe I can read a book. Maybe I can go to the fair with my babies. Maybe I can grill some shrimp on the barbecue. Whatever I want to do feels a bit lighter than that 24 hours a day, seven days a week grind of taking care of a house, a family and a business.
So those are some people I have right now, I also do have a couple of assistants and contractors that work with me on other things like graphic design, website, course management, community management, content creation, social media, all those kinds of pieces, I have people in place to help me with that stuff. So that, for example, like editing videos, or even this podcast. I have someone who edits my podcast -shout-out to Zach. And I have someone who helps with sharing the content. I have someone who helps with the community, sending emails, all that kind of stuff.
It takes a lot of time and a lot of energy to do all these tasks and grow your business. So if there are things that you are better at, do those things, and think about over the next five years, what you want to pass off to people.
Another great book is called the E-Myth Revisited. That’s the E-Myth Revisited. And that actually helps you understand that there are different positions within your company, even if you’re doing all of them right now. It might be a good book if you’re having a hard time mapping out what your team looks like over the next five years and what all the different jobs are.
So that allows you to write out all the different positions and jobs. Even if you do all of them, it’s okay. But then you can kind of see where you want to get to in five years. And maybe that’s a marketing coordinator and a community manager and admin person, you know, that kind of stuff that you can see what your business is going to need. It also helps you see how big you want to grow or don’t want to grow.
So those are some of the things. It’s to grow that team so that I can spend my time doing a bit more vacationing, a bit more travel, and a bit more time with my babies that is quality time. And like I said, that requires not just people working in my company, but also my nanny to help around the house and do things like that so that our weekends are a bit more free.
The work that I’m doing in my business, over the next five years, the majority of it is actually serving clients, which might be surprising for you to hear because I teach people how to create online programs to leverage their time and not do one to one. Now, the thing about running group programs is it still gives you this opportunity to connect with people one to one as they need you.
What’s In Store for The Leveraged Practice Workshop
So my online workshops are going to and continue to be offered on a quarterly basis. I do that because I think that’s what’s best for you and for my clients is that you don’t want to wait a year or six months to get into my workshop and create your online program. If you want to create your online program for your practice, you want to do it in the next couple of months. And so we need to open doors and close doors to those workshops on a quarterly basis. So we will continue to do that.
I will continue to run those in fairly small group environments so that I can still provide that touch point of connecting with people and answering questions and make sure that everyone’s getting results, because that’s the whole point.
I do see us growing to doing more than one class a semester. So some of you have reached out and talked about evening classes because you’re working full-time jobs. So over the next five years, I can see us running several classes or several workshop series in a semester. So in the future, you may be able to choose between the Tuesday at noon class and the Thursday evening class, things like that. I can see us running more and more of these small group classes. I don’t want to run my workshops with 200 people in them online. I want to run them small. So we will keep them small but we will offer more of them.
We will also continue to provide other workshops for our clients in areas that they need because they will continue, just like you will want to continue to grow your clinic, grow your practice. And so you’ll want to continue to learn marketing and sales strategies, will need to keep up on what social media is doing and what the trends are, having talks with people who are copywriters, website strategists, lawyers, all that kind of stuff. I want to continue to support all of my clients with these ongoing workshops, as well as perhaps some live events, eventually.
So in the next five years, I’m continuing to show up on a daily and weekly basis for all of my brilliant health practitioners who want to make a bigger impact, grow their practice, bring more money in, help more people with online programs and do a damn good job at setting them up and running them to get a great impact for their clients.
The thing that I know that – I know that sometimes it feels like you can just whip your own online program up – but the thing I know from doing this for a long time (I’ve created 10 online programs, I’ve launched over 70 times) is that it’s not that easy to whip up a program and have great results for people, but that we need to understand teaching and online education and tools and engagement. And it’s a constant learning process.
So the other thing that I know is that as you continue to develop your program, and you add more features, and you get smarter and better at the way you coach and the way you support people and what your material says – I have tons of tips and advice that I teach in my workshop for people to do this – you can actually work less.
We put 500 people in on one day last year. And at first I was like, how are we going to do this? But because the program has been continuously evolving month after month, quarter after quarter, year after year, and advancing it and growing it, we’re improving the curriculum, we’re improving the way we engage with people, there’s so many things that I could tell you about within my program, we actually can put 500 people in now. And it’s not a scary big thing.
I would not have known how to do that before. But there’s lots of features and things that you can build in so you can continue to help lots of people but actually work less, spend less time in your business and foster a team.
So that is somewhat of the next five years. I hope I get to Hawaii too. I really want to go to Hawaii, guys – I’ve never been there. It’s just a dream. I’d like to go to Italy too. But I don’t think it’s with little babies, I think that’s going to be in the future. But Hawaii is calling me. Gosh, it’s just the time difference from Toronto, Eastern Standard Time. I don’t know if babies can do it.
Your Yearly Business Goals
So that’s me. I’d love for you to sit down and do some of this visualization and vision exercises. Let me know how you do with it. And before we go, let me just hit a couple different goal-setting tips that I give to my students and I do in my life. So once I have that big vision and I know where I’m headed over the next five years, I know what I’m doing and what it feels like, I’ve run the numbers of the work I want to do, then we need to take that and break it up into what we do day to day.
So there’s lots of different strategies for goal-setting. If you have one that you like, feel free to use that. What I like to do is this idea of the big rocks are like the boulders, the small rocks, and then the pebbles. So you have these big things you need to do. So we take some of the big things that you need to do, I don’t know how many there are, maybe there’s two, three, four or five that are going to help you to get to that vision. And then we break them down into smaller things, and then smaller things and then the day-to-day things.
So for me, I do this on an annual basis. So I look at over the year what needs to be done. And then I break that into quarterly. So what I’m going to spend my time on each quarter. And then when I look at the quarter, on a weekly basis, I’ll have quarterly goals. So this quarter, I’m going to do a, b and c. And it can be, you know, two, three, four goals, whatever you have. And then on a week-to-week basis, I look at my week and I say okay, this week, I’m going to do this, this and this, which is going to help me hit my quarterly goal. And my quarterly goal, or my quarterly goals, helps me to hit my annual goal. And my annual helps me to hit this big vision. Does that make sense?
So go big, and then break it backwards into what you need to do this year in 2019. And maybe even what you want to do in 2020. To be honest, I have started planning not just the year, but also the year ahead. Especially if you’re creating online programs, and you’re launching, you need to set that time up.
I like to have an annual planner up on my wall that’s a dry erase. And I like to see all the months. And I like to see when I have my calls, and when I’m running those quarterly workshops, and when I’m launching, and when I’m going on vacation. For me, as your advisor, as your guide in creating and launching online programs, I need to know every month of the year and the date, so I can help you to set your launch dates.
So all my clients, when we go through our workshop, I’m helping them with actual dates of when they’re going to launch and how they’re going to do a pre-launch and when they’re going to drip out content, when they’re going to open doors, close doors. And when they’re going to run a webinar and like all the things they want to do in their launch, we’re looking at the calendar on my wall. Well I am. They’re looking at their own calendar, and we’re all planning it together.
So I would advise that you set this big vision, break up your goals, think about what you want to accomplish this year. Think about what next year looks like and what your goals are for next year. And then start to work on the day-to-day and break it down on the quarterly and the weekly basis.
Think about working three months at a time with those goals like I do with the quarterly and think about looking at an entire year of when you’re going to run your online programs or when you’re going to create your products or when you’re going to release something new or when you’re going to do a conference or a workshop or learn something new or when you’re going to go on vacation.
This kind of annual planning will help you budget as well. Like if you want to do The Leveraged Practice workshop, which I know many of our listeners are planning on doing, and just thinking about where it fits in the budget. If you look at a year, and you go here are my goals, you know what I don’t need to do this workshop this year, I’m going to do it next year.
Or maybe you’re like, well for me to hit my goals, I need to get my online program up this fall, or I need to launch it in January. So I need to go through the workshop, figure that out and get my beta together with Stephanie.
Then it also helps you say, okay, I’m going to invest, I’m already going to this conference and this workshop and I signed up for this thing and I have this coach so my budget doesn’t allow for this other thing I want to do until next spring, you know what I mean? So when you look at it in that annual way, it can be super useful for you to actually feel more in control of making decisions of what you’re doing.
I hope that you have enjoyed talking about the next five years with me today on this very special podcast episode of the birthday and celebrating the birthday, thinking of you and your special day. Maybe it’s not today. But I am shouting out a celebration of you and your life – whatever day you celebrate that, you can celebrate it today with me.
It’s magical and wonderful and not an accident that you are here on this planet right now in the position that you are. It’s not an accident that you became invested in health as an industry and as a profession. There’s something special about you that you need to bring out into the world.
I’m so honored to be able to talk to you every week and connect with you either in my workshops, in my programs or on social media, and learn a little bit more about what you want to do. If I can be of help, at any time, let me know.
I would be happy to have you in a workshop or answer any questions you have. I am getting ready to open the doors to the next Fall Enrollment. So send me a message. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can find me at TheLeveragedPractice.com, on Instagram. If you want into our fall workshop, let me know. Doors are opening very soon. I’d love to chat with you more about your vision and what you want to do. And if you’re struggling with this, I’d love to talk to you about it more. I hope you found this helpful. And I will see you back here next time.