EP.173: Your Biggest Asset

Emotional Mindset, Money Mindset, Podcast

We’ve been told that time is our biggest asset/resource, but is that really true? 

Yes and no. Yes, time is a BIG asset for us because we can’t get it back once it’s gone. But IMO, your brain is your biggest asset of all.

Today on the Make More Money as a Dietitian Podcast, I share why it’s important for all of us to get used to investing in ourselves personally and professionally. The more we invest in our own growth, the more capable we become to support our clients beyond the basics.



  • The importance of investing in your brain by developing more skills & resources that’ll increase the value of what you provide to your clients. 
  • Your personal & professional growth increases your capacity to bring much more to your clients, and therefore allows you to charge more for your services.
  • Why you need to be open to growing and expanding yourself and not get stuck in living in a “fixed mindset”.


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Christine Dyan Thomson, founder of The Manipura Centre™, works to amplify the voices of dietitians who are making an impact.

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