Biggest Time-Wasters for Bodyworkers, Pt. 2
Last week, we talked about 3 of the biggest time-wasters for bodyworkers: social media, trades, and trying to google your way to a successful biz.
These things all take chunks of time out of your busy day — time that could be put to better use in your business, or simply time that you could have to yourself.
There’s another lurking culprit of wasted time for bodyworkers that is more difficult to see, but that can cost you dearly in terms of time, money, and energy: investing in the wrong education.
I remember when I was first starting out in business, and I was idealistic and optimistic — surely if I got really good at CranioSacral Therapy, then people would just come from miles around to work with me, right?
So I took a lot of continuing education classes, hoping to get a bunch of modalities into my proverbial toolbelt.
While I enjoyed most of the classes, and tried to get something useful out of each one, the truth is that none of them helped me move my business forward. That’s because I was taking the wrong classes for where I was on my journey.
You need different resources and tools for different stages of your journey to creating the bodywork practice of your dreams.
But how are you supposed to know what to do when?
Don’t worry, I’ve got your back!
I’ve created a free tool that will help you figure it all out. The Bodyworker Clarity Quiz will give you custom advice and strategy for taking your business to the next level, no matter where you are on the path.
Just answer 5 questions, and you’ll get a better sense of where you are on the journey to an ideal practice, along with practical advice and doable next steps. And it’s 100% free!
You can find the quiz here. Once you take it, I’d love to hear how it works for you, and I’d love for you to share it with your other bodyworker friends.
Let’s help as many people as we can help as many people as they can! The circle of caring continues to grow!
Take the Bodyworker Clarity Quiz and stop wasting precious time taking the wrong steps forward.
Let’s do this!