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 supportive, but when they’re critical, they can take you down, Here’s how to start turning that around without “faking” anything.
Why can’t people get over the idea that Feldenkrais work is about movement—when we know perfectly well that it’s about something entirely different?
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.
You don’t have to work with everyone in the world! Here are guidelines about how to determine which potential clients are the best fit for you.
Getting clear that your best clients are not “everyone on the planet” is one of the most efficient things you can do build a hands-on practice.
After the US election, you could be despondent—or see an opening for real change and an opportunity to step into your role as a transformational leader.