Practicing Self-Love Can Help You Grow Your Practice with Mikah Miller | GP 152

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Practicing Self-Love Can Help You Grow Your Practice with Mikah Miller | GP 152

Are your rates still the same as they were when you set them? Are you struggling to keep the promises you make to yourself because you always leave yourself last on your to-do list? Is it a struggle for you to schedule time for yourself?

In this podcast episode, LaToya Smith speaks about practicing self-love can help you grow your practice with Mikah Miller.

Podcast Sponsor: Heard

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Meet Mikah Miller

A photo of Mikah Miller is captured. is the Founder and Director of With A Child's Heart Behavioral Health Center. Mikah is featured on Grow a Group Practice, a therapist podcast.

Mikah Miller is the Founder and Director of With A Child’s Heart Behavioral Health Center. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor who specializes in “The 8TH Grade Transition”. She absolutely loves her client kiddos entering and exiting the 8th grade.

Mikah also helps other Entrepreneurs and Aspiring Entrepreneurs grow their business from the inside out by learning how to face their subconscious programming, integrate their past, present, and future selves, Align, and GLOW!

Visit With A Child’s Heart, Revealing the Glow Within, and connect on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter (@Mikahmiller_), and TikTok (@MikahMiller).Freebies: 1.) First Part of Episode: A free download “The Glow Up Journal” https://www.revealingtheglowwithin.com/free-ebook-for-subscribers   and 20%off code: GLOWUP2023  for A” Pick My Brain” Session2.) For Episode on Self Love: 5 Day Self-Love and Entrepreneurship Challenge Freebie – https://www.revealingtheglowwithin.com/self-love-and-entrepreneurship-challenge

In This Podcast

  • Why you need to raise your rates
  • Start loving yourself as a method for success
  • You deserve to have what you want in your practice

Why you need to raise your rates

You have studied for years and you have completed extra training. You have experience with working with clients, with being supervised or supervising others.

You have lived experience and knowledge and empathy and the ability to create a safe space for others to heal – you need to assert what you are worth, and the value of what it is that you bring to the table.

Let’s talk about that self-love that we have to learn [and believe], “Listen, I’m worthy of this, I value this. I believe I deserve this”, right? [That] I love myself enough to … [do the difficult thing].

LaToya Smith 

Start loving yourself as a method for success

Why is it a struggle for you to schedule time for yourself? Why do you not feel deserving of that effort for yourself?

If you’re always anticipating the emotions of a parent [as a child] … you grow up learning body language, you grow up knowing what to say and learning people’s mannerisms … self-love [in that context] would be, “I don’t have to anticipate the emotions of somebody else. I have to uphold what it is that makes my business run”.

Mikah Miller

If you grew up being a people-pleaser, being a boss can be extremely triggering because sometimes you will have to say and do things that may not suit everyone for the sake of the business – and yourself.

Still, you must do these difficult things, and realize that someone’s emotional response to your clearly laid out boundaries is not your job to appease.

You deserve to have what you want in your practice

Love yourself enough to:

  • Know that you are worthy of success
  • Heal your inner child
  • Know that you deserve to have what you desire

Why haven’t you let go of the person who’s not good for the team? Love yourself enough to know that it’s okay. This is what you need to thrive and be a great owner. Love yourself enough to do the work on social media, or to pay for the course [that you need]. Love yourself enough to try.

LaToya Smith

You are with the effort that it takes to get yourself to the new, further places where you want to go. You are worth the investment of time, energy, and effort to love and develop, grow, and thrive.

Love yourself enough to try something new, accept change, and know that you are more than capable to try the things that you dream about achieving.

Books mentioned in this episode:

BOOK | Mikah Miller – The Entrepreneur Code (e-book)

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Meet LaToya Smith

An image of LaToya Smith is captured. She is a consultant with Practice of the Practice and the owner of LCS Counseling. LaToya is featured on the Practice of the Practice, a therapist podcast.

LaToya is a consultant with Practice of the Practice and the owner of LCS Counseling and Consulting Agency in Fortworth Texas. She firmly believes that people don’t have to remain stuck in their pain or the place they became wounded. In addition to this, LaToya encourages her clients to be active in their treatment and work towards their desired outcome.

She has also launched Strong Witness which is a platform designed to connect, transform, and heal communities through the power of storytelling.

Visit LaToya’s website. Connect with her on FacebookInstagramStrong Witness Instagram, and Twitter.

Apply to work with LaToya.

Email her at [email protected]