Articles about building the business that supports your practice
If your practice were a person, what qualities would you look for? What would your relationship be like? What strengths would you bring to deepen it?
If your work is a luxury it can be hard even to talk with someone new because you have so little hope of getting a client. Here’s how to fix that.
It’s easy to focus on the wrong things when you try to help clients commit to working with you. There are 3 essentials things that sit in the background and control everything in the foreground… master them and you’ll find yourself getting more clients more easily.
The right images used on a blog post or static page can make a huge difference in what visitors understand about you, how often your pages are seen, and how much they’re shared. Why does this matter to hands-on practitioners and movement educators? What’s relevant in the data on blog posts, images, readership? When should you copy the “big guys” and when can you ignore what they know and what they do?
If you’re a hands-on practitioner, it’s almost a given that people glaze over when you talk to them about your work—here’s how to turn that around.
If you have trouble making a recommendation to new clients, you be could be losing the opportunity to help them—right there in your very first session!
Waiting for your client to take a breath is helpful. Waiting to learn how to get clients hurts you, and all the people you aren’t helping.
Curiosity isn’t just a basic human capacity–it helps you get clients when you focus on building relationships first and then on how you can help.