It takes so much time for practitioners to review questionnaires and assessments, then map out workable strategies for his/her clients that the very necessary process of tracking progress (and even more paperwork) can feel overwhelming.
So, how do you minimize the time you spend on paperwork to put it to good use working with your clients?
Beating the “paperwork bane” is one of the more popular questions CHEK Faculty Member Jator Pierre receives during coaching sessions with other practitioners who have those very same concerns.
In our latest video conversation, Jator shares a number of strategies he’s used — apps like MindNode and books like Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less — for reducing the physical and mental burdens by asking himself two important questions:
- How do I work best?
- How can I build my business and serve my clients without resisting the need to do necessary paperwork?
Watch my conversation with Jator and learn new ways to manage the paperwork bane that will serve you and clients better.