3 Marketing Myths That Are Holding You Back From Growing Your Private Practice


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By Marissa Lawton, Marissa Lawton; Licensed counselor, and Online marketer. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

Whenever you’re building a business, there’s a lot of pressure to get it right.

The drive to nail practice building can lead us down a path of seeking out any and all information in order to be successful business owners. There are thousands of blog posts to read, videos to watch, podcasts to listen to and coaches to hire that all promise to get you closer to your business goals.

One issue, however, is that a lot of them are sharing different information, and sometimes that information downright contradicts what you might have consumed earlier. So all the while, while you’re trying to do the right things to build your practice the right way, you’re falling deeper into some falsehoods or myths that might actually be stalling your growth. The truth is, there are absolutely some concrete marketing strategies that will get you results.

Growing a business is much more intuitive than people will let on. When you ignore this innate and intuitive side of marketing your practice you restrict yourself and, not to sound to woo, you’re sending those restrictive vibes into the universe. In this episode, I share how to incorporate marketing advice with who you are at the core.

So let’s dive into the three big myths you believe about marketing your private practice! Once you bust through these restrictions, you’ll be well on your way to tapping your intuition and growing your practice to the level you imagine.

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