Don’t want to work in patient care 8-5 for the rest of your career? Are you burntout, bored, and tired of paperwork? Wouldn’t it be great to get paid more and not have to treat patients all day?
You may have already tried changing jobs, talked to your manager, or read books or blog posts on how to overcome the pit of your stomach feeling of not liking what you are doing everyday. It just feels hopeless.
The first thing you need to know is that it is ok to not want to be in patient care. It doesn’t mean you are not meant to be a physical therapist or that you wasted your education. It actually means that you are about to embark on something spectacular.
That’s what happened to Nicole. As soon as she gave herself permission to get out of the 9 to 5 rat race, her life changed
""What is wrong with me? I have wanted to be a physical therapist since I was in 5th grade. Why can't I like my job? Fortunately I found the Professional Rebellion. I left my 9-5 (aka 7-7) job and started my own thing working in Cross-Fit and with marathoners and I wake up going into work feeling truly fulfilled. I finally feel in control of my life and the profession I chose."
Too much student loan debt
No jobs available in my area
Limited skills or connections to do what I want
No idea what I want to do or how to start
These may be true, but the key to overcoming these obstacles is a solid plan and knowing your next step. If you don’t have your ideal in mind along with a solid plan, you will make limited progress toward your ideal career. Alicia had tried everything to enjoy her job. She tried going to continuing education courses to improve her skills. While she would feel some progress for awhile, eventually she would get sucked back into the same routine of seeing patient after patient all day long.
The problem was, she was trying to fit her dreams into the 9-5 box and that rarely works. No one ever told her about the possibilities outside of patient care all day long. In PT school, no one ever taught you how to create your ideal career. No one ever told you that their were limitless possibilities for you.
"I think the biggest thing I learned from the Professional Rebellion is to know it is ok if your plan is not to strictly treat patients from 8-5. If you have other ideas of things that you want to do, it is possible to be make that work. Before, I didn’t think it was possible to do exactly what I wanted to do."
Creating your ideal decreases your dependency on the 9-5 work day.
Instead of just thinking about a better career, finally take action! You have the capacity to learn the skills and strategies necessary to branch out.
Working in your areas of passion or creating a second source of income decreases your dependency on the 9-5 work day.
There are endless options for what you can do in PT besides patient care (you don't need to leave the profession).
We know this all sounds too good to be true, but it is not. But just to eliminate any risk or worry, we offer a complete money-back guarantee. If you do not make significant progress toward your ideal, we will give you ALL of your money back. It is that simple. That is how confident we are about your success.Join Risk Free
"I knew what I wanted, but didn't know how to get there. The Professional Rebellion gave me a clear path. Beyond that, the long term relationships I have formed with other Rebels has helped keep me going even when I get discouraged."
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