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I'm still trying to figure out how I want to develop myself as an independent practitioner. It's an exiting and scary time in my life. I feel like I'm going through another right of passage into adulthood. This is a big one for me. You don't need a license to have a child, and getting the ones for marriage and driving are fairly easy. It takes a lot of work and dedication to become a successful business owner. Even if is it a small business. I'm still trying to find my niche. There are so many areas of massage that I would like to explore, I don't know what I want to specialize in yet. Ah well, it's great to have options.

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Comment by Eshe Asale on July 7, 2009 at 7:48pm
I can relate totally. I graduated this May... studied in NJ and then moved to Houston a month ago. In NJ I didn't need a license to practice but def need one here. I really want to begin with a small business and thinking about my niche also. I'm very excited and looking forward to working in this awesome field. :)
Comment by Sarah Dobrinic on July 7, 2009 at 1:48pm
I feel the same way. I am just getting started and I am very excited and kinda scared at the same time. Its a very weird feeling.
Comment by Kirsten Niesar on July 6, 2009 at 11:16pm
My advise to you is to keep learning, don't corner yourself with one specialty, everything you learn can add to your toolbox so that you always have options when faced with a challenging client.
Stay independent! Build your client base and enjoy every minute of it.

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