127 episódios

Rebel Therapist is the podcast where you'll get support in being a therapist entrepreneur. I'm Annie Schuessler, therapist and business coach and strategist for therapists. I'll support you in taking your work beyond the therapy room to make an even bigger impact. I interview Rebel Therapists who are already doing work beyond the therapy room, from running workshops to writing books to creating online courses. You'll hear about how they created their unique businesses, the mindset work they've done, and the mistakes they've made along the way. Get the inspiration and information you need to be a Rebel Therapist, starting now.

Rebel Therapist Annie Schuessler

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Rebel Therapist is the podcast where you'll get support in being a therapist entrepreneur. I'm Annie Schuessler, therapist and business coach and strategist for therapists. I'll support you in taking your work beyond the therapy room to make an even bigger impact. I interview Rebel Therapists who are already doing work beyond the therapy room, from running workshops to writing books to creating online courses. You'll hear about how they created their unique businesses, the mindset work they've done, and the mistakes they've made along the way. Get the inspiration and information you need to be a Rebel Therapist, starting now.

    Small And Sustainable With Megan deBoer

    Small And Sustainable With Megan deBoer

    How do you find your ideal business model? A business model is simply the different ways you make money. When you go beyond the therapy room, you've got SO many options. How do you decide the optimal combination of offerings for you?
    Small group? Large group? Evergreen course? Workshop?
    That's the question I wanted to delve into with my guest this week. Her answer is unique to her own superpowers and the needs of her clients, but listening to her process will help you think through your own answer.
    Introducing Megan deBour, a financial wellness coach. Listen as we explore how she developed her current offerings, her take on growth, and what she had to work through in order to grow her own income.
    Here's some of what we talked about:
    Working through her own struggles with financial anxiety and underearning Helping solopreneurs who struggle with their earning capacity Creating a hybrid between a self-led and group cohort program How she encourages participants to do their homework throughout the program Why she keeps her groups small The inquiry she uses to decide on her prices and size of her offers How she tested and added another program this year Creating the modules for her new program while delivering it Bring in a flow of clients mostly through word of mouth Creating her marketing plan to match the needs of her clients and programs How she uses email marketing to connect with her audience Why meditation as her magical productivity hack Show notes at http://rebeltherapist.me/podcast/122

    • 37 min
    Market Your Program With Janelle Allen

    Market Your Program With Janelle Allen

    This week I’m talking to Janelle Allen, an online instructional designer turned marketing expert.
    Janelle is a business rock star, but she's willing to talk about her inner resistance.
    Inner resistance is HUGE for us as entrepreneurs.
    I find this reassuring, because it's my truth. I'm dealing with my own growth edge in my business. I'm committed to reaching more people who need the kind of help I can offer.
    That means reaching more visionary therapists and healers. Right now, that means I'm reaching out to a lot of podcast hosts and asking them if they'd like to have me on as a guest. I pretty much always feel like being a guest on a podcast, but I pretty much never feel like making that ask. Still, I'm doing it, week after week, because I decided to. It's worth working through my resistance. The obvious benefit is that I'm showing up on more podcasts. The side benefit is that as I follow through with this, my trust in myself grows. And as I trust myself more, and grow my capacity for discomfort, I'm a more resilient business owner.
    As you listen to my conversation with Janelle, I want to encourage you to think about what inner resistance you're experiencing.
    What is the hard thing you're avoiding?
    What are you doing even though it's hard?
    Here's some of what we talked about:
    How she helps entrepreneurs with their marketing Facing her own resistance in one area of her own marketing: YouTube videos! How her own therapy has helped her as an entrepreneur How she spends her marketing time Streamlining her business down to 2 offers The best way to get started growing your email list The hardest thing about group programs What she added to her group programs to increase engagement and results Why habits and mindset are the most important indicators of success Delegating in order to grow Why "business problems are personal problems." How she organizes her week with block scheduling and theme days Show notes at http://rebeltherapist.me/podcast/121

    • 36 min
    Dealing With The Pandemic: Getting Online Quickly

    Dealing With The Pandemic: Getting Online Quickly

    Olethea Pimenta on Online Therapy

    • 24 min
    Dealing With The Pandemic Together

    Dealing With The Pandemic Together

    Community Meeting March 18th 2020

    • 2 min
    The Long Game With Hilary Kinavey

    The Long Game With Hilary Kinavey

    This week I’m talking to Hillary Kinavey, co-founder of Be Nourished. They offer programs for people looking to reclaim Body Trust®. She's a leader in this movement, working from the principles of HAES and intuitive eating.
    We've been talking a lot about the stages of a rebel business lately. I did a 2 part series, episodes 118 and 119, on the stages you go through from creating your pilot offer to actually thriving.
    You're about to hear from someone who really values the long game. She and her co-founder, Dana Sturtevant, have always paid attention to the long game because Body Trust is something they care deeply about. They don't want to make money and then get out. They've been setting things up along the way in order to stay in this for several decades.
    They've been building this for 15 years, and they're still looking way ahead, paying attention to where this movement is going and what kind of impact they want to have. They're also paying attention to how they need to take care of themselves so that they can stay in for the long haul.
    As you're listening to this episode, think about what would sustain you in your business.
    What kind of support do you need?
    What kinds of people do you need to spend time with?
    What kinds of self-care practices do you need to invest time and money in?
    What do you need to say no to in order to say yes to what really matters to you?
    Topics Discussed In This Episode:
    Why she's loved having a business partner for 15 years How they developed their programs, starting with in-person groups and growing to several offers Why and how they developed a certification program for providers Making a salary in this business for the first time in the last year What she spends her time on in the business Hiring 3 employees and creating a workflow Taking the long view on this business and her impact on this movement How they grow their audience How she brings pleasure into moments throughout her day Show notes at http://rebeltherapist.me/podcast/120

    • 29 min
    Stages Of A Rebel Business, Part 2

    Stages Of A Rebel Business, Part 2

    This is part 2, a continuation from the last episode. We're talking about the stages a Rebel Business goes through. Here are the stages as I think about them:
    Create stage: this is where you create your business beyond the therapy room.
    Grow stage: this is where your business starts making a real income.
    Expand stage. this is where you really hit your stride.
    Limitless Growth stage: this is where you grow your empire to 7 figures and beyond.
    For each stage, I'll talk about the biggest internal change that can happen, what we most need to do and put in place during this stage, and what can go wrong. I'll also tell you what programs I've got to help you through the different stages.
    Last time I talked about the first stage, which I call the CREATE stage. and today I'll take us through the rest.
    If you haven't heard part 1 yet, you should go back right now and start there.
    Shownotes at: https://rebeltherapist.me/podcast/119

    • 20 min

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