Fall in love with private practice.
You want to be the kind of lactation consultant who inspires your clients to blast your name all over social media, and send you cute brelfies when their baby is 8 months or 12 months or 15 months.
But your private practice requires a whole lot more from you than what you learned to pass the exam—what you don’t know might really hold you back and bring you down.
You’ve worked so hard to become an IBCLC, but you don’t want to stay at entry-level for long.
It’s time to level up to superstar.
Imagine what lactation private practice would be like if you only had to focus on your clients and their babies—because your policies, business elements, tech, charting, and communications systems are all seamlessly flowing and working and not requiring any of your attention.
Your clients and their babies will have even better outcomes, you’ll feel more confident in your practice and protocols, and you’ll discover that private practice can can not only be efficient—it can be sustainable, enjoyable, and profitable.