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WHAT WOULD I DO/HAVE/BE IF I HAD $10 MILLION? WHAT'S MY REAL TMI?
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Welcome to a series of short episodes where I answer "17 Questions That Changed My Life" from Tim Ferriss.
I journaled each morning on these questions and I am excited to share my answers with you and how I am applying them to my massage practice, business, and personal life.
Today's question is, "What would I do/have/be if I had $10 million? What’s my real TMI?"
As Massage Therapists I think we have a hard time knowing our true Total Monthly Income (TMI.) We often associate our profession as inconsistent, not knowing if our schedule will be full next month. We work constantly to build a safety bubble and we are the worst at taking time off and rewarding ourselves for our hard work.
When you know what enough is for you it will change your lifestyle, your outlook on the profession, and bring you more fun now instead of waiting until retirement.
If you play along and ponder these questions, I would love for you to share your answers with The Radical RMT community or send me a DM! Instagram: @TheRadicalRMT
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Krista Dicks, RMT since 2006, practices in Ottawa, Canada and is a Certified Stott Pilates instructor. She is the host of The Radical RMT Podcast and has been published in the International Journal of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork and received an honourable mention in the Massage Therapy Foundation Inaugural Practitioner Case Report Contest. Krista is co-host of the first annual “Take Care of You School.” This virtual event for massage therapists focused on self-care for the massage therapist and presenters were represented globally to share their experience on topics of physical, mental, emotional, and financial well-being. It’s Krista's goal to encourage massage therapists to experience life on their terms thanks to the opportunities we have in our profession. With a willingness to grow and self-care of body and mind she believes we can maintain long-term fulfilling careers.
I'm a girl who was told by my grandma that I have magic hands and so I became a massage therapist. I love reading in bed, the combo of peanut butter and chocolate anything, and working from my laptop or phone with my dogs by my side. My mission? To help other massage therapists own their awesome and do what they love every darn day! Even if that love is not massage therapy.