I’m always thinking about this big old issue of money and how it’s a part of running a successful massage practice.
Today’s episode is about this: Being financially stable in your massage practice doesn’t have to come at an ethical cost.
I often hear from my new students how hard it is to set their rates and stick to them. I hear them talk about how they’re flying by the seat of their pants when it comes to money in their practices. I hear them hesitant to bring in money for fear of what colleagues or referral partners or clients will think.
Basically, I hear many of my students express worry that they will end up being accidentally unethical around money in their practices.
Over the last week or so, I had a new thought about this and wanted to share it with you. It expresses the way that I perceive money – and how it’s worked for me for the last decade in my full-time practice.
As always, I would love to hear what you think about it!
- Isabel Spradlin has owned her full-time practice since 2007. She has a deep drive to help other massage therapists and bodyworkers to create thriving businesses for themselves. For comprehensive programs to help you do just that, see the 'Programs' tab in the menu.
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