Mother’s Day is almost here, and since it’s often a big event in the world of gift certificates, the crew is ready to dish on what they’re doing… or not doing this year.
They say there IS life after owning a float center, and by “they”, we mean Carlos Casias. Carlos joined us back in August 2020 to talk about closing his float center, and now that his closure is complete, he was gracious to come back and share how that went.
If you’re still needing a little financial assistance with your float center, grab your notebook because class is IN SESSION! Professor Gloria is bringing all the latest about the most recent expansion of the EIDL program, hot off the presses. She breaks down the details about how you can get additional funds or an extra year without making payments on your existing loan (for a total up to 24 months), but why you might not want to do that if you can avoid it (hello, interest accrual).
Matt and Jacki join todays show to talk about their ongoing battle to keep their float center open in Florida and safely float those in need. The battle against bureaucracy and red tape is sure to get your blood boiling, but there is hope! You can help by sharing stories or testimonials from your client who’s lives have been impacted while floating (see below).
Disclaimer: The information shared in this episode is not intended to diagnose or treat any mental health condition. This is for entertainment and informational purposes only.
Never-ending to do lists, constant demands for your attention, and a little ADD sprinkled on top – it apparently sounds familiar to a lot of floaty folks! In this episode, a you’ll hear just whose brains are neurotypical (or so we think) and who employs some major neurodiverse techniques to GSD. Some of those methods are helpful for every overloaded business owner too. You’ll learn how a strong mindfulness can help, but could also really just be a fun brain at work too. Time blocking, meditation, systems, audio and visual reminders, and prioritization – these are just a few of the ways we learn to make our way through the day.