If you need more clients — need to build your practice, chances are you don’t really know what you want your practice to look like. The first thing you need to do is get clarity about that so you know what you’re aiming at!
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Everyone can help people when they graduate from their practitioner training. The real question is — will you let yourself do that with what you know, or stop yourself because it isn’t enough?
Figuring out how to organize your life so that you have time to build a practice is one of the major obstacles self-employed holistic practitioners have. You have to choose to spend time you think you don’t have, in order to get the practice you want!
Developing your skill takes more than attending advanced trainings. After you come home, you need to work with enough clients to embed your skills. That’s why learning to GET clients is so important.
A relatively new practitioner I’m working with told me about something she did that was really daring, and I thought it was brilliant because it neatly sidestepped a trap most practitioners fall into!
Your clients don’t have your knowledge and they don’t think the way you do about the problems they’ve got. That’s why you can help them no matter what level of experience you have.
As a holistic practitioner, you spend your days taking care of other people. What do you do to take care of yourself?
Procrastinating about writing blog posts and newsletters can cool off a budding relationship with your prospective clients. If you can’t write without getting stressed out, try doing it in approximations so that your enthusiasm doesn’t run out before you’re done.
Articles help you build your practice–here are 10 ways you can use them to let your local community know you’re there to help.
Clients need to see how you’re different, so set yourself apart. Take a stand on topics related to your their interests. Be yourself and let people see you!
Knowing who you’re writing to is one of the key ways to make mass communication with your clients easier. Use these tips to get started.
When you really know who you want to attract to your practice, it’s much easier to find those people. Start by identifying what they’re concerned about.
Perfection is a common goal for hands-on practitioners—if you’re striving for it, you’re getting in your own way and stunting the growth of your practice.
Communicate with your clients and potential clients to help them know who you are, how you help and why they need you… NOT to sell them something!
Year’s End is rapidly approaching, and no matter what you celebrate, you’re probably planning to bring a gift somewhere, sometime in the next few weeks…
Gratitude is acknowledged as healthy, but it’s also a good attitude to develop if you want to build a holistic practice. It’s not always easy, but even from being hacked, there are things to be grateful for.
It used to be that any video you could put up was better than no video, but unfortunately, those days are long gone. People are bombarded with
To understand what your potential clients want to know about your practice, you need to find out what your current clients are GETTING from your practice. That means asking, not guessing — when you know how to ask, you won’t believe what you hear!
One of the important things you got from your training was your diploma! It may sound silly even to bring it up, but if you’re
It’s not your fault that you don’t have enough clients… but it IS your problem. Your Feldenkrais training taught you much of what you need to know… understanding what to do with it is key.
As the London Olympic Games come to a close, I’ve been thinking about the summer of 1976, when the Games coincided with the San Francisco
When you can’t find gratitude for simple things, it’s hard to imagine that big things will come your way — like the Feldenkrais practice filled with clients that you want.
Sometimes, the solution to a problem is sitting right in front of your nose, and you can’t see it. This infographic outlines a variety of things you can do to help get the Feldenkrais clients you want.
To get more clients — the clients you want — get the help you need. Look for a good fit, and go for it. It will changes lives — your own included!
When you’re looking for Feldenkrais clients, it might seem like you should be doing what everyone else is doing… but you are here to do your own work, and that’s exactly why your clients love working with you!