A little perspective helps

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Yesterday morning I dusted and vacuumed my office for the first half hour of the day because everything was covered in ash.  All of Portland is covered in ash because of hard-burning wildfires in the Columbia River Gorge. This is heartbreaking to me.  (And we’re not the only place on fire.)  On the opposite end … Continue Reading …

3 Thought Patterns That Might Be Slowing Your Practice Growth

Running a massage practice relies a lot on how our thoughts are going.  If our thought-patterns are working against the nuts & bolts work were doing to build our business, it can really slow things down. In this mini-class, I give the three most common (not-so-great) thought patterns that I see with mentees, students, and … Continue Reading …

Getting Your Mojo Back in Your Massage Practice

Today’s mini-class is about how to get your mojo back in your massage practice if you’ve lost your original burst of momentum. Often, it’s really fun and rather easy to get those first 10-20 clients into your private practice.  But then new client intake starts to peter out . . . And it can be … Continue Reading …

What to do with time on your hands

Podcast version: So many massage therapists I’ve talked to think they’re “bad with time management,” which is not the case.  If you find yourself with time on your hands and mostly what you do in that time is worry, twiddle your thumbs, or get sucked into social media . . . it has nothing to … Continue Reading …