3. The end goal doesn’t matter it is the journey

Yep, the word journey has been overused in reality TV in recent years but the process of reviewing apps has ensured that I am up to date (well more up to date than last year) with apps that can assist with child and adolescent therapy

4. You don’t have to be an expert to start something

While I often think but I don’t know much this thought stops me from taking action.  Just because you’re not an ‘expert’ doesn’t mean you won’t develop the skills to do a job.

5. Achieving goals is rewarding and motivating

Each time I write a newsletter and update my app review tally I experience a sense of achievement and a desire to keep going with this goal and do more.  

6. People are generous and want you to succeed.

There have been plenty of unsolicited thankyous for the app reviews.  Working in an online business can have moments of isolation and one little thank you email can be all it takes to add a little buzz to my day.

7. Sharing knowledge makes others want to share knowledge too

Customers in the Therapy Tools community have helped with the app reviews without being asked on several occasions.  This challenge has highlighted the positive effects of knowledge sharing within an industry.

If you have a goal that you want to achieve then just get started.  Want to be accountable then send me an email and I will be happy to help with that too!

Angelique Foran, Clinical Psychologist/Director, Therapy Tools