Do you use your “practice skills” in other parts of your life? Here’s one skill that stops you from getting clients when you use it at the wrong time.
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?
There are 6 internal and environmental factors necessary to building a great holistic practice. Trying to do it when any one of them is absent makes your work much harder than it needs to be.
No matter where you are in building your practice, you have valuable information to share with your clients, neighbors in your local area you may not have met yet, and people on the internet who are looking for solutions to the problems you know how to solve. One of the most damaging things you can do — both for yourself …
Clients need to see how you’re different, so set yourself apart. Take a stand on topics related to your their interests. Be yourself and let people see you!
When you really know who you want to attract to your practice, it’s much easier to find those people. Start by identifying what they’re concerned about.
Perfection is a common goal for hands-on practitioners—if you’re striving for it, you’re getting in your own way and stunting the growth of your practice.
Today, I’m 62 years old and celebrating a new understanding! I used to pay little attention to birthdays and didn’t care if I were working or not, whether anyone noticed or not, whether anyone made a cake or not, or … anything else. But things have changed. Last year, I took an assessment that changed my life. It’s kind of …
Success and responsibility go hand in hand—it’s your job to make your own work viable and if you’re making excuses about that, you’re hurting your practice.
Everybody loves to hear how they’ve helped… and letting them know is good for both people!