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All Blog Posts Tagged 'success' (5)

2 non-negotiable ingredients for success

Anticipating a wildly successful future? Doing good work and being nice comes…

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Added by Mark Volkmann on December 21, 2012 at 12:09pm — No Comments

Do you want to get new clients without spending an arm & a leg?

As a business coach, so many of the therapists I meet, tell me they are looking for new, easy ways to get new clients, and want to know what I suggest they do that doesn't cost an arm and a leg.



Then I ask them the dreaded question,

"WHY do you need new clients?"…

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Added by Irene Diamond, RT on February 28, 2012 at 7:00pm — No Comments

MELT Success Stories

Although I am in the midst of a busy Sunday tending to improving my business and my website, I had to look over some of my forums on the instructor's side of my site to see what was up. It's when I read

entries such as this I am excited to say MELT is helping and we are

ready to do a study directly on some benefits of MELT! See below an

entry from one of our influential MELT Instructors:

"Every year I take a physical and hope for the best. This year I was…

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Added by Sue Hitzmann on April 23, 2010 at 6:12am — 1 Comment

Making Your Massage Career Last - Part 2

In a previous post I wrote about two secrets for staying in practice for the long haul: knowing your limitations and diversifying your work. Although those are both great ideas for giving longevity to your massage career, they alone are not what has kept me working beside the table for so long. Here are a couple more ideas:



Work only with clients that you enjoy. I have the best clients in the world. They educate, energize and enthuse me in a way I would have never expected… Continue

Added by Felicia Brown on August 20, 2009 at 3:56am — 2 Comments

Making Your Massage Career Last - Part I

I've been in practice since 1994, a few years longer than I originally planned. Initially I thought I would retire from doing hands-on work after about seven or eight years to focus on managing the busy (and demanding) day spa I opened in 1996. But even as my spa grew to a staff of almost fifty before I sold it four years ago, I never could make the decision to walk away from my massage practice.



Now, fifteen years after I saw my very first paying client, I am actually building my… Continue

Added by Felicia Brown on July 25, 2009 at 7:31am — No Comments

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