Do You Have an Emergency Plan If You Get Sick?

All the press about Andrew Speaker, the Georgia solo who has drug-resistant tuberculosis and caused a ruckus after flying home from Europe on a commercial flight, has me thinking lately: what would happen to my clients if I became seriously ill?

Answer: {the sound of crickets chirping ….}

Clearly, I need a plan. So do you. Being inspired means having made sufficient plans for foreseeable emergencies that you no longer have to worry about such things, and can turn that energy into being creative with your practice and your skills. Having a backup solo nearby that you can depend on (and s/he, in turn, can depend on you) will not only help you sleep better at nights and protect your clients’ interests in the event the worst happens, it might also lower your malpractice premiums!

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