—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?
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—it just wasn’t a fit for him. When you think you’re SUPPOSED to want something other than what you DO want, life can get really messed up, really fast.
Hype turns off hands-on practitioners, with big numbers, short times, spectacular results… Does that mean you can’t get a practice you’ll love?
Quick start guide to help your clients “get” why they are working with you right from the first session… because most folks won’t come back without that.
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!
Internal roadblocks sabotage everything you do to build your practice. To get clients, you have to get past them. Here’s how to start.
Waiting for things to happen in your practice can be a mistake. If you need more clients, ask yourself one very important question…
Ask yourself the most important questions before you try to get clients, or if you are struggling to fill your practice.
Somatic practitioners value having more choice, but having choice doesn’t help you move your business forward unless you actually MAKE a choice!
Building a holistic practice requires learning a skill set anyone can master, and aligning your mindset with success. This puts you in an upward spiral that makes it easy to realize your dream!
If you need more clients — need to build your practice, chances are you don’t really know what you want your practice to look like. The first thing you need to do is get clarity about that so you know what you’re aiming at!
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?
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!
Developing your skill takes more than attending advanced trainings. After you come home, you need to work with enough clients to embed your skills. That’s why learning to GET clients is so important.
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!
Your clients don’t have your knowledge and they don’t think the way you do about the problems they’ve got. That’s why you can help them no matter what level of experience you have.
As a holistic practitioner, you spend your days taking care of other people. What do you do to take care of yourself?
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.
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.