Why You Need to Make New Friends in 2021

It’s 2021! We made it! And what better way to start a new year than with new friends?

Why do I need new friends, you ask?

Well, let me first go on the record to say that your old friends are GREAT. There’s no problem with them and you don’t need to kick ’em curbside unless you want to.

And yet, that doesn’t negate the need for new friends! Friends, for example, who want the same things that you want. Who see the world the way you see the world (or even better, friends who see the world the way you WANT to see the world). Friends who will watch you grow your practice with their hearts on FIRE for your success.

Friends, who will push you to be:

  • Strategic and hopeful
  • Powerful and authentic
  • Successful and resourceful

Where can you find such AMAZING friends, you ask?

As always, I’ve got you covered.

INTRODUCING: The Build Your Practice Series!

In collaboration with Mountainside (you remember Lloyd, right?!), I’m launching a *BRAND NEW* monthly workshop focused on growing your practice with practical, matter of fact strategies grounded in a community of fiercely supportive coaches and therapists who are as invested in your success as they are in their own.

The first of these magical events is happening NEXT TUESDAY and we are kicking off with our most popular topic: Nicheing!

The one and only Dr. Alyssa Adams and I will be sharing why the fastest path to growing your practice is to narrow your focus.

It’s so counter-intuitive, but categorically, fundamentally true. Yes, I said it. Come argue with me about this on Tuesday!

Register here!

Here are some fun details:

  • The 2021 series is running on the second Tuesday of every month.
  • Every event will benefit a different mental health charity. This month we are benefiting Callen-Lorde Community Health Center.
  • The dates have been set for the WHOLE YEAR. And you can snag the infographic and save the dates, here.

See you on Tuesday? It’s going to be epic.

Oh yeah!

Register here.

About the Author Amanda

Amanda Crowell, PhD is a cognitive psychologist obsessed with how people make change. She is best known for translating cutting edge research into practical strategies that can be used right away.

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