069: Becoming Better Entrepreneurs with Annie Schuessler

 

“If you’re not finding a way to make a good living, doing really hard work like that you’re gonna burn out.” – Annie Schuessler

 

In this episode, Jay interviews Annie Schuessler, a San Francisco-based therapist and podcast host that founded Rebel Therapist, a business coaching practice that helps therapists break out of the traditional mindset and launch more dynamic private practices.  Jay and Annie explore topics such as money shaming, charging your worth, getting deliberate about client acquisition, being simultaneously brave and vulnerable in the face of entrepreneurship, evaluating the ROI of hiring a coach, and so much more….

 

Episode Highlights

01:49 Profitable and Helpful
05:49 Helping Others Flip Their Script
11:20 Calculating the Right Charges
19:46 Becoming Better Entrepreneurs
25:29 Dealing with Mindset Issues
37:02 The Rebel Therapist
43:30 Working with Coaches and Having ROI


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Connect with Annie

Website: https://rebeltherapist.me/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CoachingWithAnnie
Twitter: https://twitter.com/annies_therapy
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/annie-schuessler-mft-35777417/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/annieschuessler/
Podcast: https://rebeltherapist.me/podcast-grid

 

Inspirational Quotes

  • “If you’re not finding a way to make a good living, doing really hard work like that you’re gonna burn out.” – Annie Schuessler
  • “The more that you are able to earn, by helping people, the more you’re going to be able to help people. So if you create a business, that is to bring in just enough to pay the bills, you’re kind of limiting how much you’re going to be able to help.” – Annie Schuessler
  • “Usually people don’t end up with the vision that they had in the very beginning. But it doesn’t matter, because by that time, they’ve really figured out what works for them.” – Annie Schuessler
  • “If you’re trying to appeal to absolutely everybody, you’re not going to be able to speak in a very personal authentic way to the people you work best with, you’re going to end up bland.” – Annie Schuessler
  • “Certain practitioners’ biggest challenge is getting other people to be even aware of the modality let alone, going to utilize them for that service.” –Jay Rooke
  • “It really wasn’t about the tactics themselves. It was about naming the shame and moving past it.” – Annie Schuessler
  • “Pick one thing that you’re going to do really, really well. And then expand from there.” – Annie Schuessler
  • “There’s many shades of vulnerability and ways to be vulnerable… But realizing that vulnerability can be sitting with the discomfort of uncomfortable feelings about our business … So I started to realize a growth opportunity for me was when I would have these uncomfortable feelings around business things.”  -Jay Rooke

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