Posts tagged massage business
I Love My Work. Why Am I Exhausted at the End of the Day?

Does this sound familiar? By the end of the day, you are depleted, sad, and exhausted. You can't imagine how you're going to wake up tomorrow and do it all over again.

If this sounds like you, you may need to shore up your grounding skills and your boundaries and this post is all about that.

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Things I Used to Tell Myself: “I'm Not Ready to Invest in My Business”

When do you know that it’s finally time to take the plunge and reach out to get the support that you need for your bodywork business?

I remember the first time I made the big leap. It was SCARY!

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Why It's So Important to Ace the Initial Session with Your Clients (and How to Do It!)

We're bumping it up a notch to give you a solid plan for your first session with clients -- defining this initial session can turn a $100 drop-in client into a $1000 sale.

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Mistakes I've Made on My Way to a Full CranioSacral Therapy Practice: Visualizing Is Not Enough

It’s not enough to visualize. You also have to have a plan — an actionable, concrete plan that you can work on every day, and then track to see how you are doing

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Tired of Trying All. The. Things. and Not Having Any New Clients to Show for It?

Often, the piece that is missing for practitioners struggling with their businesses is Creating a Safe Container. But what EXACTLY does that mean?

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Keeping It Real: Mistakes I've Made on My Way to a Full CranioSacral Therapy Practice

Too often, we think that everyone but us has it totally together, is way farther along the path than we are, and has it all figured out. So, we give up and play small, rather than putting ourselves out there where we can reach the people who can be served by our work.

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You Don't Have to Jump Off a Cliff: How to Transition from Your Current Schedule to an Ideal Schedule

As much as I love the idea that if we take bold steps the Universe will meet us where we are and propel us forward, I’ve seen that it doesn’t always pan out that way.

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