If you trade your time for money, there are few options for earning more. Here’s a way that you can increase your income by 33% without working more hours or raising your fees at all!
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Ethical bribes, smart pricing and bonuses can help you grow your list and make more sales. But there are pitfalls. Here are 10 tips from a company that fell into 10 pits.
Before you build a website, know where it’s going so you don’t spend time, money and energy creating a site that doesn’t work for your business.
Practitioners often get stuck because they think they shouldn’t need help to get clients or build a business. Or they can’t afford it or don’t have time for it.
For practitioners, a good deal of stress has to do with wanting to do the work you love with people who need it, and ending up accidentally self-employed. This video explores the effect on your brain and how intentional action helps.
Clients expect something from your work— otherwise, why commit? This easy formula lets you promise concrete results without feeling out of integrity.
We know that social connections are beneficial to health–but if you’re used to working quietly with one person at a time you might have to make an intentional effort to create and maintain them.
Learn to see what your business assets are and how to protect them. Be careful about what you accept for “free” because it’s really important to stay in control of your content and your message.
Why it’s important to build your business so that it reflects you, and 3 quick things you need to know about what it takes to be successful.
When you can’t do everything you know you should be doing, it’s easy to get nothing done at all. Get unstuck in just 5 quick steps so that you can get your hands-on practice moving forward again!
Are you afraid you bother people with your emails? Is that really true, or do you need to think about what your list is for and who should be on it?
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…
Adding all your “friends” to a FB group is really bad manners. Invite them, tell them why they would love it… don’t just add people you barely know!
Infographic shows how to create a path to your practice to help people who have just heard about you get the information they need to become your clients.
A coach with clients “similar” to you may not understand how hands-on practitioners are different. How do you know a coach is a good fit for you?
… one of my clients tell someone that he’s beginning to realize there’s an awful lot of “annoying personal growth involved” in building his practice!
… I had to call twice to book an appointment I wanted to pay her for. By the end of our call, there was an interesting turn of events!
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?
Check your unsubscribes once in a while, be grateful that the people who don’t want to hear from you get off your list, and take these simple steps to minimize spam complaints.
You get one chance to make a first impression and research shows what works best to make it a great one. Will you have to step out of your comfort zone?
… about what happens when you lose control of your Facebook page. Don’t let it happen to you—here’s how to protect yourself!
Most people carry business cards… but the truth is that most of them end up in the trash. There’s a better way… and you stay in control.
… didn’t trust himself to remember everything he came across that seemed to contravene the theory of evolution… so he did what you or I would do…
When you’re planning on turning your hands-on training into a sustainable practice after graduation, you need to develop confidence. You can begin doing that during your training with this simple secret!
—from a woman with 17 letters after her name. What impression does that make? When you’ve got more letters than clients what should your next step be?