A second post, repurposing some material from a LinkIn thread I started recently ... "If you have recently started out in Private Practice, or are thinking about making that leap to work for yourself as a therapist, what question(s) do you need answered to help support you on your way?" ...
Over the years, I've often read advice to the effect that, when I've written something like a blog post or an ezine article, I should look at how else I might use that content, or how I could "repurpose" my efforts. Occasionally, I guess I have edited something I've written and used it elsewhere, but not often. It does make sense to me that I should, but I just never got myself organised enough to do it with any consistency. But now, I hope to change that, at least a little! You see ...
Writing, whether for a Blog, an online article, a magazine or whatever, is a task; a task we posters/writers choose to undertake perhaps, but a task nonetheless. Sometimes, it's quite straightforward and the words just flow; at others, as I'm sure you all recognise, it can be like pulling teeth, trying to find just the right words to get your point across. But when it's done; it's done, right? Well, no, not really ...
Reflecting my approach to business