In this episode, you’re going to learn how a break-in at one therapist’s home led to an idea to create an app for keeping track of your continuing education certificates and requirements.

Sounds like a good story, right?!

Have you ever had an idea for an app, a website, or even a business that will help solve a problem you know many people are facing?

Maybe you’ve got a big idea for something to create, but you’re not sure what the next step is or where to begin.

The thing is, many people have “big” ideas all the time. I know I do!

But it’s what you do with those ideas and the baby steps you take that make all the difference.

Today’s conversation will give you the inspiration to take those steps and start building that thing you have in your heart and mind. 

Dr. Lani Chin is the creator of CE Hub, an app that conveniently stores all of your continuing education documents and allows you to track your progress along the way for when it’s time for your license renewal.

From seeing what my wife goes through to keep up with her continuing education documentation, I KNOW this app will help many!

In our conversation, she shares all about how she got the idea for this app and how she worked with a team to bring it to life. 

In This Episode, You’ll Learn:

  • The most important thing you can do to validate your big idea before taking the steps to build it
  • How a break-in at one therapist’s home led to the creation of an app that will help thousands
  • Some of the steps involved with working with a team to create an app and bring a vision to life
  • The challenges you may face and things you need to think through when creating an app that other people will use
  • What the CE Hub app is and the different features that will help you keep track of your continuing education certificates

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