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Are you ready to stop overthinking and start taking action to grow your practice?

It can be easy to overcomplicate your decision making and start second-guessing yourself.

And fear of making the wrong choice can leave you in Limbo and stop you from taking action. I’m not sure if this is perfectionism, or a kind of procrastination - probably elements of both - but it’s something that is basically wasting your precious time - time that could be better spent.

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In this episode, I’ll help you work through your overthinking with:

  • How to sort through your choices and make a decision
  • Why it's OK to change your mind
  • And learn how to make sure that you’re able to find a way to take action to grow your practice

Take a listen to this episode to learn how to stop overthinking and develop your own decision making process. 

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Jane


Jane lives in beautiful Lincoln with her 2 boys and rescue dog. When she's not talking about herself in the third person, she's usually found with her feet up and eating Maltesers. Sometimes she even shares them with friends.