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!
Articles about building the business that supports your practice
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!
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.
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.
Who you already are is the perfect person for the clients who are perfect for you! You don’t have to be anyone else to market to them… but you do have to be FOUND, in order to have clients!