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Successful Private Practice In The 1990s by Ralph H. Earle, Joan Kaye Beigel

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“Plurking” Through the Network: Taking a Private Practice Public

“Plurking” is playing while working and working while playing. When we are working seriously there is still some enjoyment, a sense of playfulness, involved. At the same time, when we are playing, we still have some sense of our working selves. We both feel that learning how to plurk is key to a successful private practice. The beauty of this concept is that it prevents the almost schizoid feeling that we are two people: the worker and the “real” person or, as seen from a different angle, our old friends the entrepreneur and the helper. These two selves compete for time and attention, ...

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