Marketing and Professional Empowerment
Discover Where Your Success Really Lies
It’s far easier to be a success than it is a failure. Once you understand the principles and logic behind that statement, manifesting the practice that you want can be a simple and fun experience.
Success is first of all an “inside” job, and not reliant on external factors. Marketing strategies don’t make you successful. YOU do. In this class you will explore the beliefs that support or limit the life you wish for yourself, as well as consider how to utilize undisputed laws of marketing to manifest your vision of a satisfying therapeutic practice. You will learn how to move from managing a product (your hands-on sessions) to managing the company that manages the product.
In this class you will discover:
★ easy ways to grow your practice (that don’t take lots of money)
★ why people really get bodywork (If you don’t know this, you will never build a
★ 2 questions that you should ask every client
★ what marketing is based on (This will probably surprise you.)
★ how to build an identity for yourself.
★ why offering monetary discounts usually doesn’t work
★ why most practices fail, and how you can avoid that
★ the important role gratitude plays (It’s more than you think!)
★ the easiest way to get referrals (You’ll be surprised!)
★ how your friends contribute (or don’t) to your success
★ 2 things that separate successful therapists from unsuccessful ones
★ what clients really want from you (and it’s not your technical skills)
★ strategies unique to you that bring clients to your door
★ AND MUCH MORE!
You owe it to yourself and your clients to be the very best you can be. This class provides a roadmap for reaching your professional goals. And we’ll have fun creating it!
Who Can Attend:
Reflexologists and massage therapists.
NCBTMB: 8 ★ Florida: 8
The more prepared you are for this class, the more you will benefit from our time together. Please take time to define the following:
• your mission statement for your business
• a clear and detailed description of your professional vision for yourself
• your target population – who you want to work with
• obstacles you think stand in your way
A notebook; writing instrument; prepared definitions from above.