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Last year, I had the good fortune of being referred to the clientele of another ashiatsu therapist who had enrolled in nursing school and was downsizing his practice. At the time, I saw this as the best networking payoff I’d … Continue reading
As much as it seems we should have continuous growth as our practices mature, that’s not what happens. Seasonal schedule shifts and spending habits can have a big impact on our client load from month to month. These natural dips … Continue reading
No one likes being taken for a fool, especially when it costs them money. A few months ago, I was contacted by a client who I hadn’t seen for a long time. Against my better judgment, I went ahead and … Continue reading
As massage therapists, we work on a tight schedule. When clients are late, that schedule can get thrown off, which can lead to running behind and making other clients wait. This causes undo stress for us and inconvenience for those … Continue reading
A recurring theme I see in massage blogs, magazines and Facebook groups is owning our worth. This gets tested when we’re presented with situations that we’ve created policies to address, such as cancellations, late arrivals and expiration dates. The pervasive … Continue reading
Just when I think I’ve shared everything I know about business taxes, I come up with something else. That’s because there’s SO much to know about handling them! I’ve have learned all of these lessons the hard way but am … Continue reading