The wrong choices can lead to unforeseen repercussions. Listen as pathology expert Ruth Werner shares a story of one of her neighbors who was complaining of seemingly uncomplicated shoulder pain—that turned out not to be shoulder pain.
I recently had the pleasure of visiting with my friend Annie LaCroix at the Brainy Boss podcast. This is a podcast designed for small business owners and “micropreneurs”—people who create their own small-sized, self-run business empires. It focuses on business-related solutions for everything from choosing the right calendar software, to imposter syndrome, to how to maintain forward momentum during unstructured time. It’s not specifically for people in the massage therapy field; it’s for anyone. Even though a lot of the problems and solutions they discuss don’t apply to me, I just love this podcast.
It is a stretch to call my business an empire, but I have created a job that allows me a great deal of freedom– and that can be a double-edged sword. Annie invited me to talk about some of the challenges of being a self-employed writer. As I spoke with her – literally, you will hear me figure this out in the middle of this podcast—I realized that a strategy I use in my writing is something I do with my most ambitious personal goals. It it is also helping me to figure out what comes next for me.
Do you struggle to stay motivated when your time is unstructured?
Are you a writer with an important message to share, but you can’t quite see your way to the end product?
Do you have a vague idea of a goal but haven’t figured out exactly what that looks like?
Join us at The Brainy Boss, and we’ll hash it out together.
You have signed up on my pathology-related mailing list or followed my Facebook business page because, theoretically at least, you might be interested in what I have to say.
I am writing to let you know that I am—at long last—going to communicate more about my work, my thoughts, and how I might be helpful to you. I have lots of ideas and topics I want to share, but I also want to know something really important:
What’s on your mind?
Do you have topics you’d like to see covered—specifically about pathology in the context of massage therapy? You are invited to let me know. And please pass along anything I provide that might be helpful to colleagues or clients.
Time is our most valuable resource. I promise to use yours carefully.
Always be learning,