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.
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Articles help you build your practice–here are 10 ways you can use them to let your local community know you’re there to help.
Knowing who you’re writing to is one of the key ways to make mass communication with your clients easier. Use these tips to get started.
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!
Wish your clients would remember more of the point of working with you? Try changing up the way you tell your stories… feelings make people remember!
You have 3-7 seconds to make visitors decide to stay on your site. If you don’t tell them where you are, they’re likely gone before they know who you are.
Networking can be less painful for hands-on practitioners when you turn your nametag to your advantage and use what the human body does without thinking.
Success and responsibility go hand in hand. Only you can make your work viable and your excuses hurt your practice.
One perk of being self-employed is being in charge of your time… until you realize that you’re never getting anything done. An online calendar can help.
Your email list is one of your most important business assets. Cultivate it so that it works for you and helps you build your practice.
Comments are valuable assets on your website. If you’re reluctant to leave them on other sites, you’re losing on value to your own site.
Being Self-Employed has a lot of benefits… AND you have to find your own Feldenkrais® clients! Find out what you can do instead of excusing yourself, because the best excuses don’t fill your practice!
Do you have a backup plan in case your hands-on practice doesn’t make it? What if it’s the reason you aren’t making it?
Use your blog or website to your best advantage!
Learn to use social media sites to increase your visibility!
Put the internet to work at building your visibility! Part 1
Make a plan!
Day 44… What’s your biggest challenge, when it comes to investing in your education about marketing?
What’s your biggest challenge about investing in your education about marketing?
Question of the day — What are your biggest challenges in being visible to your clients?
How can I support you in developing the confidence you need?
When you’re self-employed, you have to learn how to be a good boss!
When my gremlins are screaming at me, all I want to do is shrivel up. That makes it really hard for my clients to find me! Here’s how I convinced them to be quiet.
Find the edges of your comfort zone so you can move into growth and greater visibility!
It’s clear that unless you know what you’re doing, you’re stuck with what you’ve got. But if you want to get where you want to go, you have to know what WANT!
Do one important thing to move your practice in the direction you want to go!