I’m Dr. Hassan, a Board-Certified Physiatrist and Independent Practice Owner. I help physiatrists start and grow their own profitable practices so they can achieve financial independence and live without limits.

When building a profitable practice, you must learn to trust yourself. You may have a difficult time trusting yourself, but don’t despair. You are not alone. It is something that many people are experiencing and find difficult to overcome. When you lose trust in others, you start to lose trust in yourself. To help you overcome this problem, you need to focus on key aspects of trust.

Here are some tips to increase trust in yourself:

The first is to have faith in your accomplishments.

If you pass off your accomplishments as not being that important, when you need to rely on them, they won’t be there for you. This is sure to interrupt the process of trusting yourself. Believe in yourself and the value of your accomplishments.

You also need to trust your instincts.

You won’t always be right, but you will be more often than not. An instinct is something you feel strongly about and does not come only from experiences. They come from something internal that no one can truly explain. It’s part of that inner voice that is telling you what to do. You need only listen. How many times have you said to yourself that you should’ve listened to your instincts?

You should rely on other people.

If you open yourself up to letting other people in your life, you will find that you become more trusting of yourself. Whether you like it or not, you need other people. You can’t know everything there is to know about every subject. Use the strength of others to supplement what you know. It will take the burden away from you to do everything. That will help open the possibilities to put trust in yourself.

Try to filter out negative information.

You get bombarded with this throughout your life. It occurs every day in the news, at work, and in many cases, your home. The more you learn to focus on positivity in your life, the easier it will be to trust yourself. A good first step towards this goal is to avoid negative people. They work hard to try to bring you down.

Trusting yourself sometimes requires a leap of faith.

Take some chances. While you want to be smart regarding the risk of your choices, you don’t want to overanalyze every decision you make. If you do, you will never make any decisions and you will stagnate. It’s true that not everything will work out the way that you plan, but you will never know unless you try. The good news is, when you are ready to try, many of your decisions will work for you.

I am Dr. Hassan, Board-Certified Physiatrist and Independent Practice Owner. I help physiatrists start and grow so that they can achieve a financial independence and live without limits. Please go to businessofrehab.com/guide to pick up the free guide to help you determine the best business entity for your new practice.

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