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Now that you've got the first two pieces of your Unique Marketing Plan in place, it's time to create connection with your potential clients. In this module, you'll learn several tactics for connecting with and nurturing your clients, so that they can have the chance to get to know you, to like you, and to trust you. And in the process, you'll be of service, sharing information, ideas, and inspiration.

You'll also discover that "selling" doesn't have to be awkward or pushy. You can invite people to work with you, and it can feel genuine and authentic.

There are several related resources listed throughout this page to support you if you want to go even deeper with the material. There's a video that ponders human connection and our connection with everything in the Universe and across time. It will make you think, and I bet it will help you to go out and do your thing and not take yourself too seriously.

And by popular demand, there's an interview with my graphic designer, Bridgit Kreutzer, as part of The Bodywork Project Interview Series. Dig in, and be sure post your questions, recommendations, struggles and big wins in  The Bodywork Project Facebook page. We're here for you! Let's do this!


"I define connection as the energy that exists between people when they feel seen, heard, and valued; when they can give and receive without judgment; and when they derive sustenance and strength from the relationship."

-Brene Brown-

Lesson 1.
Building Relationships.

Lesson 3.
Your Call to Action.

Lesson 5.
Getting Referrals.

Module 4 Creating Connection Resources


In this episode of The Bodywork Project Interview Series, I talk with my graphic designer (of 14 years!) the remarkable Bridgit Kreutzer. We discuss when you should use a graphic designer for your business, the kinds of things designers do, and what to expect when working with a designer. Bridgit can be reached at or on Instagram:

Tom Chi has worked in a wide range of roles from astrophysical researcher to Fortune 500 consultant to corporate executive developing new hardware/software products and services. In this TEDTalk, he explains how we truly are all connected.