I used to get headaches all the time. When I changed my diet, they stopped… I never even expected that or dared to hope for it!
Then, mysteriously, they started again… and got more and more frequent until it felt like the Bad Old Days. Only worse, because I knew what life was like without them.
One day, I woke up thinking about the Raw Revolution bars and the Nada Moo and Coconut Bliss ice cream I’d started eating because they don’t have cane sugar, which I know makes me feel awful.
I jumped out of bed, found the packages and read the labels.
The only thing they had that wasn’t in my diet before I started eating them was AGAVE NECTAR.
I did some research. Yikes! It’s worse than High Fructose Corn Syrup!
I stopped eating Agave, and guess what?
Six weeks later, I haven’t had another headache.
What thoughts do you have at odd moments?
My question for you is this: What about those random thoughts you get on waking, just falling asleep, at odd moments during the day?
Maybe they say things like “Social Media,” or “Learn to attract clients,” or “Find someone who can help you.”
Do you listen to them, or dismiss them because you might have to make a change if it turns out they’re right?
Or maybe they’re persistent and you fight with them, or try to wish them away, or banish them.
Inner voices are trying to help
The Inner Voices that speak to us when we need to attract clients can feel like critics… but a lot of the time, it’s not about criticism.
I’ve discovered that that’s the part of me that doesn’t get listened to very often. The part that sits quietly, watching everything and getting a pretty darn good idea of what’s going on. It’s the part of me that insight often arises from. and if I decide not to listen, I usually end up not getting what I want.
I mean honestly? It would have been more fun to continue eating the ice cream… except for the headache part.
The thing is, this isn’t so different from what we need to do to attract clients… we just need to be open to what we already know!
Attracting clients isn’t rocket science.
A lot’s been written about it. A lot of people teach how to do it. All this is true. It’s also true that a lot of what’s out there works for a lot of people, but often not for holistic practitioners.
A lot of holistic practitioners take the courses, try to attract clients and still feel thwarted. They give the ‘techniques’ a go, but when they figure out they feel like somebody else, they don’t continue.
If you hear a voice that says, “There has to be another way,” click here to apply for a private call with me… because there IS another way to attract clients to your holistic practice, and I’d love to help you find it!
Remember—when you’ve got the help that matches who you are, you can save yourself a lot of headaches.
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