Practitioners often get stuck because they think they shouldn’t need help to get clients or build a business. Or they can’t afford it or don’t have time for it.
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For practitioners, a good deal of stress has to do with wanting to do the work you love with people who need it, and ending up accidentally self-employed. This video explores the effect on your brain and how intentional action helps.
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.
—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?
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!
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.
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!
One of the important things you got from your training was your diploma! It may sound silly even to bring it up, but if you’re
When I signed up for self-employment, I was dazzled by the idea of being in charge of my own time, oblivious to the reality that I was responsible for bringing every client through the door on my own steam. What a relief to discover that being myself is my greatest asset in being found by the people I’m looking for!
Are you looking for something more in your practice? Do you want more clients, more ease, more fun, more… money? What would happen if you
I grew up working in our family restaurant, and it never occurred to me that there was anything unusual about not having a “real” job,
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!
On days when things get disrupted, you’ll waste time if you don’t have a plan.
Lots of people have taken a training program, know they can help lots of people, yet struggle to make ends meet… Maybe it’s because so many people stumble at the very first step in building a successful practice — deciding whether or not you can afford to earn your living as a Feldenkrais Practitioner®.