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YOUR SUCCESS PSYCHOLOGIST

"Don't focus upon the rewards of success. Look at success as a process — the ability to obtain a winning outcome."

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"Don't focus upon the rewards of success. Look at success as a process — the ability to obtain a winning outcome."

"Success does not just happen — it requires you to work at developing action, behavior, and throughts that cause a favorable outcome to occur."

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"Success does not just happen — it requires you to work at developing action, behavior, and throughts that cause a favorable outcome to occur."

"Successful people understand the public side of success and the need to be "on stage.""

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"Successful people understand the public side of success and the need to be "on stage.""

"The fear of success keeps you marching in place, rooted in your comfort zone."

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"The fear of success keeps you marching in place, rooted in your comfort zone."

"Fears can be controlled or eliminated."

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"Fears can be controlled or eliminated."
"Even those who attain superstardom can hold fears of success."
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"Even those who attain superstardom can hold fears of success."

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Put Merry In Your Mood!

‘Tis the season to be jolly, but you’re not alone if you don’t feel this way. The merriment eludes lots of folks who’re not happy because of all kinds of career and personal life issues. But you don’t have to stay mired in unhappiness. Learn how to help yourself get ...
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Cell Use Corrodes Customer Service

It’s become commonplace to see merchants tethered to their cell phones as they greet and wait on customers in their businesses. The phones are never on silent and when they ring, shoppers stand by patiently as lengthy business and even personal calls are answered. But remember that you’re the customer ...
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Be Mindful Of Your Messages

Feeling rushed and stressed every day can drive you to dash off a response to every text or email you receive, but chill. Don’t just whip out a response to clear your inbox. Rash responses can result in negative consequences, so take time to reply correctly. Be Mindful As You ...
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Abandon Arrogance

Think you’re hot stuff? You may be, but don’t get too full of yourself. No one wants to be around an arrogant blowhard, so come down to earth. Kick your inflated ego to the curb. Stop Acting Superior To Others When you outrank others in job position, education, income, or ...
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Make Time For Fun This Holiday Season

The holidays are a busy time for practitioners as patients deal with the mix of emotions and stresses that the season triggers. But you don’t have to work day and night, so get into the spirit and make time for some fun too! Attend Events You’re probably receiving lots of ...
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Skip Phones In Session

Even highly seasoned practitioners can forget that they need to focus on their patients and not phone calls when they’re in session. Sure, people are contacting you all the time for both business and personal reasons. But when you’re in session, patients are paying you for your expertise and your ...
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Compose Flawless Communications

You have a lot to do in managing your practice, and if you’re a solo practitioner, you’re probably providing all the clinical services, writing reports, and creating admin and marketing materials yourself. It’s easy for composition mistakes to get by you. Take steps to correct them so that your communications ...
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Decrease Patient Drop-Outs

It happens to every practitioner -- patients feel you’re not helping them and drop out of treatment. But this shouldn’t become a pattern. If it does, take prompt steps to stop it. • Analyze The Problem Find out why patients feel unhelped. What do they say? Some practitioners don’t ask ...
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