It’s easy to focus on the wrong things when you try to help clients commit to working with you. There are 3 essentials things that sit in the background and control everything in the foreground… master them and you’ll find yourself getting more clients more easily.
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. ☺
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?
—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?
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.
Waiting for things to happen in your practice can be a mistake. If you need more clients, ask yourself one very important question…
If you need to get more clients, then maybe the next advanced training you take should focus on that! I’ll be teaching client-getting skills in San Francisco at the annual Feldenkrais® Conference on August 29 and 30. Meet me there to Get the Roadmap, Get on the Path and Get the Practice You Want!
When you’ve tried everything possible to get clients for your Feldenkrais or other holistic practice — it may just be time to start thinking some impossible thoughts. The three we look at here have helped many practitioners get the practice they want — could they help you, too?