Shifting your perspective from practitioner to client (membership)

perspective

As business owners we MUST be able to look at and understand our work from our clients’ perspective.  This is usually one of the hardest-to-learn yet most essential skills to get in hand. Whether… This is a membership-based post.  Not a member yet?  Get access for only $5 per month!  Join here. (Members, log in … Continue Reading …

How to avoid a failed practice (membership)

avoid a failed pratice

There are few things more disappointing than feeling that you have to close your practice because you just couldn’t make it work.  Of course, there are lots of different reasons to close a practice,… This is a membership-based post.  Not a member yet?  Get access for only $5 per month!  Join here. (Members, log in … Continue Reading …

Managing Work vs. Personal Life (membership)

separating work and personal

As an entrepreneur, work life can demand a lot more than we’re used to giving.  Especially in the growth phase of our practices, boundaries between work and personal life tend to blur . . . a lot. … This is a membership-based post.  Not a member yet?  Get access for only $5 per month!  Join … Continue Reading …

Feel like you wanna die from the TEDIUM of practice-building? (membership)

tedium

Especially in the growth stage of a successful practice, staying on top of our business can be TEDIOUS. From emails and phone calls to marketing and linens, there’s a lot to do.  If you feel like… This is a membership-based post.  Not a member yet?  Get access for only $5 per month!  Join here. (Members, … Continue Reading …

Client Retention – respecting clients’ discomfort (membership)

client retention

When you have serious skills to offer as a massage therapist, it is soooo tempting to expect clients to be 100% on board with you. Too often, we (yes, myself in those early years!) dismiss or get gr… This is a membership-based post.  Not a member yet?  Get access for only $5 per month!  Join … Continue Reading …

Risk taking is a skill to learn

risk taking

I get frustrated when I hear business owners being advised to take big risks based on their gut feelings.  Yes, gut feelings are super important.  But when you’re running a business, you need to develop a more robust way of assessing risk.  That way, you don’t end up closing down your practice for the wrong … Continue Reading …

Need some inspiration? (membership)

inspiration

Whew!  This one turned out a bit longer than usual.  Lots to cover! Getting your groove on in your practice is a lot of work.  Normally, I ask you to engage with your inner inspiration as you build your biz.  But I know that sometimes you need a boost from external inspiration sources as well. … Continue Reading …