Hands-on practitioners can’t ignore technology, even if it’s sometimes difficult to navigate the Internet or make your email work the way you want it to. If you’re going to have a business, you have to be found—and online is where people are looking for you.
May all your experiences on the Internet feel surprisingly awesome—as if butterflies suddenly streamed from your computer! Here are answers to some problems that practitioners run into…
… when I deleted 405 people from my email list! Good to keep it current, but sometimes it helps to put on your Big Kid Panties before you hit DELETE.
Discounts diminish the value of your work. Learn 5 better ways to make your services more affordable to the clients who need you.
Breaking the ice is easier when you network if your name tag helps you engage new people. This simple shift works even for introverts!
When you’re a hands-on practitioner, you have to be ready to find your clients everywhere you go — including the supermarket! For most practitioners, talking to strangers is a big hurdle, and that’s where Heart-to-Heartcomes in.
To get clients in your hands-on practice, think about what you’re not looking at. It’s easy to focus on the wrong things by staying in the comfortable circle of what you know, but in fact, what you need to learn most likely lies somewhere outside that circle. If it didn’t, you’d already have mastered it. ☺
Why it’s easier to build a hands-on practice with help from someone who sees what you can’t. .. because what got you here won’t take you there.
Year’s End is rapidly approaching, and no matter what you celebrate, you’re probably planning to bring a gift somewhere, sometime in the next few weeks… Stores have endless ideas. There are big gifts, little gifts, stocking stuffers. We bring “secret angel” presents, flowers for holiday parties, cookies and fruitcake, a bottle of wine. Maybe you even give holiday bonuses! Gifts …
It used to be that any video you could put up was better than no video, but unfortunately, those days are long gone. People are bombarded with so many messages, so many choices and so many ways to receive information, that low quality video will always lose unless the viewer is completely dedicated to receiving your message. There are several important ways …