Rebel Elite Book January 2022 - Conscious Coaching

book community Jan 14, 2022

Hey Rebels,

Most months our Rebel Elite Community reads a book together. While you have to take the Rebel PT Roadmap course to gain access to our monthly mentorship with the group, we thought you still might want to be included in the great books we read. This month is Conscious Coaching by Brett Bartholomew!

We can't wait to discuss the applications to team building and patient care.  If you have any insights, feel free to share them with us!

Break Barriers,

Jenna and The Professional Rebellion
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How do you know if you should leave the PT profession or just change jobs

burnout career Jan 02, 2022

What if the problem isn't physical therapy? When work is lousy, or your job is stressful, it is only natural to conclude that it is bad everywhere. You talk to colleagues and it seems like no one is any better off than you. And so you start wondering if maybe you need to get out of physical therapy completely.

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At what point in the interview should you ask about salary?

interview salary Dec 22, 2021

Should you ask about money during an interview?  If so, when?  How?  Money isn't everything, but it is something.  Knowing how to approach the topic will prepare you to be able to negotiate for what you deserve.

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What is the biggest barrier to change in your career?

burnout career Dec 18, 2021

Getting stuck in your PT career is common, but it doesn't mean that you can't do anything about it.  We get so used to hearing about the bad things about PT that we stop seeing the possibilities.  If you are stuck, it's not hopeless. The possibilities are there.

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How do you find out about a PT company's culture during the interview?

career interview Dec 11, 2021

We all want to find a company with a great culture. And every company will say during an interview that they have one. But, how do we truly find out?

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Make “I Should” Rewarding

burnout motivation Dec 03, 2021

I haven’t wanted to write lately. It is frustrating, and I’ve found myself constantly saying, “I should just write.” I’ve said it hundreds of times in the last few months with very little to show for it.

Not wanting to write is a weird feeling because I’ve never had to force myself to write. Most of the time, writing was what I used to procrastinate doing other things.

I don’t think I’m alone in having difficulty motivating myself to do things lately (even things I genuinely enjoy). I don’t know if we blame the pandemic, if we blame the constant change, or if we blame the stress of it all. But I think I received some excellent advice the other day.

Someone told me to stop thinking about why I was having difficulty motivating myself, stop trying to figure out what is to blame, and stop beating myself up over it.

The solution is simple...

For all the things you say, “I should X” or “I should Y,” make them...

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Can you get rich in physical therapy?

career money Nov 27, 2021

We talk so much about student loans, but hardly ever talk about building wealth.  While most of us didn't get into the profession to get rich, it is still an interesting question.  Is it possible to make a lot of money as a physical therapist?

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How do you network without networking?

career networking Nov 20, 2021

Networking gets a bad reputation.  No one wants to be the person forcing small talk or awkwardly trying to start a professional relationship with a stranger.  Yet most of us want to surround ourselves with other people who make us want to be better.  How do we meet them?  How do we start a relationship with them?  

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What would you tell new grads that are unhappy with their career in PT?

burnout career Nov 12, 2021

Is PT everything you wanted it to be?  For many new grads, it doesn't live up to expectations. You're not alone. You're not doomed to dislike your career.

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What makes a person love PT?

burnout career Sep 09, 2021
Who is the happiest in the PT profession?
If you look at the groups on social media or talk to some professionals, you may assume that we are stuck in a less than ideal position. But this dissatisfaction is not as unanimous as we may initially think.
There are tons of PTs with financial freedom, flexibility and who are loving their job. A great career in physical therapy is possible and many PTs are living it.
In this video, we discuss some of the differences...and why you can be one of the PTs with their ideal career.
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