When you’re a hands-on practitioner, it’s really easy to lose control of your time. Here are 2 on-line scheduling apps that help in unexpected ways… one of them inspired me to do something that earned $5000…
Enjoy it or not, practitioners spend time, money & mental energy on marketing. What if it were a waste of resources? Here’s a quick way to find out… then you have the choice of doing what works best for you.
A lot of Feldenkrais practitioners have trouble getting clients because they’re marketing to problems people don’t know they have. Here’s what works better.
Hands-on practitioners can’t ignore technology, even if it’s sometimes difficult to navigate the Internet or make your email work the way you want it to. If you’re going to have a business, you have to be found—and online is where people are looking for you.
May all your experiences on the Internet feel surprisingly awesome—as if butterflies suddenly streamed from your computer! Here are answers to some problems that practitioners run into…
… when I deleted 405 people from my email list! Good to keep it current, but sometimes it helps to put on your Big Kid Panties before you hit DELETE.
Your inner voices can be very supportive, but when they are critical, they can take you down, and that’s a hard place to be when you need to build your practice. Here’s a quick way to start turning that around without “faking” anything.
First in a series of in-depth articles about why it’s so hard to get people to want Feldenkrais® work, and what you can do about it if you would rather help people transform their lives than fix them. Here, we explore why people can’t get over the idea that the Feldenkrais Method® is about movement—when we know perfectly well that it’s about something entirely different… and never miss an opportunity to say so.
When you are not getting what you want from your practice, it’s time to get the help you need to change direction. Here are 5 signs that a change in direction might be what’s required, if your intention is to keep moving toward what you want.
When you limit your practice to the clients who are the right fit for you, you find more people who want you to help them. Trying to appeal to the entire world affects both you and your modality negatively and actually stops people from believing you can help them.