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.
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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.
When you’re a hands-on practitioner, moving and rebuilding your practice can seem daunting, unless you know how to do it quickly and with ease!
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.
Internal roadblocks sabotage everything you do to build your practice. To get clients, you have to get past them. Here’s how to start.
When you’ve tried everything possible to get clients for your Feldenkrais or other holistic practice — it may just be time to start thinking some impossible thoughts. The three we look at here have helped many practitioners get the practice they want — could they help you, too?
There are 6 internal and environmental factors necessary to building a great holistic practice. Trying to do it when any one of them is absent makes your work much harder than it needs to be.
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?