5 tasks mobile therapists could outsource to free up their time

Being a solo therapist and running your own business means you must wear a lot of business hats, some of which you may not naturally be good at. This isn’t a bad thing – we can’t be great at everything.

Not only are you chief executive, but you are chief marketer, copy writer guru, head of finances, web designer extraordinaire, and health and safety officer, to name a few.

Have you ever thought of outsourcing tasks? It basically means you can carry on doing what you love and what brings in the money, while you pay someone else to do they stuff that they love and are good at.

This in turn helps your business grow in ways you may not have had the skills or time to implement. Plus, outsourcing does not have to be expensive and the beauty of a hiring a freelancer means you do not have to have their skill permanently.

5 skills you can outsource as a mobile therapist:

Kerry BeavisKerry Beavis is owner of The Revive Company in Wixams, a Professional Beauty Awards judge, and winner of Professional Beauty’s 2016 Therapist of the Year award.

Read her piece on how to keep your passion as a therapist alive when you work from home and the pros and cons of working as a mobile therapist.