The way you perceive yourself, your private practice & your business is the result of your current paradigm which is built up from all inputs you’ve gathered about these things so far.
It may consist of:
The thoughts and beliefs of a professor or fellow student during your education.
Your parents relationship towards money.
It may also include beliefs about a perceived max income level.
What I’ve noticed is that three specific myths are very commonly holding private practitioners back in their pursuit of helping people in the best possible way while growing their business and reaching new goals.
These are the three myths that stand out in that they are extremely common: