Teaching mental health providers how to navigate the managed care industry and increase cash flow

Posts made in September, 2013

Quote of the Week: Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Posted by on Sep 17, 2013 in Apply, Knowledge, Niches, Products, Services, Taking Action | 0 comments

Quote of the Week: Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

I went to school with a man who was old enough to be my father. We’ll call him Tommy. He was a legend on campus. He was highly intelligent. But Tommy had been in school longer than I had been alive at that point. And when I graduated, he was still taking classes. Rumor had it that he was one class away from completing almost every degree on the school offered. An amazing feat. Except for one thing. Tommy wasn’t doing anything expect acquiring knowledge. I’m not saying knowledge is a bad thing. Knowledge is wonderful. It’s the application of the knowledge that is important. For that matter, it’s one thing to say you’re going to be an entrepreneur or you’re going to dominate your industry. You can have desire and will power all day. But if you’re not taking action and putting in the work, you’re all hat and no cattle.

So what’s holding you back? Is it a lack of confidence? Do you lack direction? We’re here to help. Be sure to check out our products and services pages to see how we can help you get out of the rut you’re in. Start moving forward today!

Also, if you have a niche, we want to know about it. Here’s your chance to be featured on our blog. Just go to the niches page and fill out the form!

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Updates to the Blog

Posted by on Sep 16, 2013 in About, Niches, Products, Services | 0 comments

If you have visited the blog lately, you have probably noticed a few changes. I made the changes to make the blog more user friendly and to let you know about some of the products and services I offer.

About – Learn a little about me and my qualifications.

Products – I offer several e-books and assessments to help you. Whether you have a lack of confidence or difficulty managing people, these resources are sure to help strengthen those weak spots.

Services – If you would like one on one attention, I offer coaching or psychotherapy depending on your needs. Group coaching is also available. Please be advised that I will either be your coach or therapist. Never both. For psychotherapy, insurance is not accepted at this time.

Niches – I love helping my clients find their niche. But I want to hear about yours. If you want a chance to bee featured on my blog fill out the form and submit.

Well, those are all the recent changes to the blog. If you have any questions, comments, or constructive feedback, please post below.

Image courtesy of mrpuen at FreeDigitalPhotos.net

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TCC’s Top 10 Links of the Week

Posted by on Sep 13, 2013 in Communication, Confidence, Graphic Designer, Landing Page, Mission Statement, Networking, Small Business | 0 comments

After a long hard week, you deserve a little enjoyment. Well let us help with that. Why don’t you just sit back, relax, and enjoy this week’s offerings. You’ve been so busy this week. Who has time to look for great content? We love finding tips and tricks to help you grow. As always, feedback is always appreciated. Think something should be added? Leave in comments below.

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Video of the Week: How to Stay Relevant: Rick Warren at TEDxOrangeCoast

Posted by on Sep 12, 2013 in Culture, How to Stay Relevant, Leadership, Relevance, Rick Warren, TEDxOrangeCoast | 0 comments

Relevance. That all important word. Whether you are the business owner or employee, relevance is important. Customers want to know how your product or service is relevant to their situation. They want to know how you can help fix their problem. If can’t help fix their problem, then you become irrelevant. In this week’s video, Rick Warren discusses how to stay relevant in today’s fast paced culture. Don’t worry, it’s a short video. But take good notes. Learn all about the DNA of staying relevant and apply, apply, apply.

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5 Fabulously Free Stock Photo Websites

Posted by on Sep 11, 2013 in Free Digital Photos, Freefoto, FreeImages, Freepixels, Public Domain Photos, Stock Photos | 0 comments

Here’s the deal. No one wants to just look at words on a page. That’s boring. But using images to spruce up your content can be expensive. In this economy, we are all about saving money.

Now there are plenty of websites out there to get stock photos. But I want to make the search easy for you. Caveat: in order to use the image, most require you to give an attribution. People are willing to let you use there work, they just want to get credit. It’s a win-win. So here are my top 5 picks to get those photos and images you need for your blog, e-books, marketing materials, and anything else you can think of.
Free Digital Photos – My #1 go-to site for stock images. Photos and images are neatly organized into categories and the search option is user friendly. If you want to download an image you will have to give your email address so they can send you a confirmation email. You can also pay to use the image for a relatively low cost.
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Image courtesy of Victor Habbick at FreeDigitalPhotos.net
Freefoto – Over 130,000 images free for use online. Images can also be use offline for non-commercial purposes (non-profits, schools, churches). No registration necessary
 
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                                              Image courtesy of Ian Britton at Freefoto.com

 
Freepixels – Great quality images that can be downloaded instantly. No registration or email necessary. When you find an image you like, just click the download button and off you go. Just remember to give  Freepixels credit. Images can be used for non-commercial or commercial purposes.
 
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 Image courtesy of Ian Britton at Freepixels.com
 
Public Domain Photos – From the website All photos on this web site are public domain. You may use these images for any purpose, including commercial. But if some photo contains logos and products you need to be careful. Using someone else’s trademark commercially can get you sued.”
 
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Image courtesy of Jon Sullivan at Public Domain Photos
 
 
FreeImages – Thousands of free high quality images at your disposal. No registration or email. Find an image you like, right click and save as. As always, give the website credit and everything is honkey-dorey. Images can be used for non-commercial or commercial purposes.
 
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Image courtesy of FreeImages.co.uk
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