If you are facing a crossroads, this could be a great opportunity to create a better version of your business. This episode provides 9 ways you can adapt to market changes, including how to evaluate both emotions and useful data for making risk intelligent decisions.
Whether you sell service, products, or both, it’s likely that are missing several income opportunities for your business to generate even more money.
In this article, I share 24 different sources of revenue that can augment your profit margins.
I believe there are 4 steps to find customers who will perfectly fit your expertise and business philosophy, and 3 tools that can help.
Chronic diseases are difficult to prevent and manage, but a niche specialization can set your practice apart and bring Ideal Patients to your door.
It can be confusing to tell the difference between an Employee and an Independent Contractor (IC).
Whether you are a business owner, freelancer, or applying for a job, this article can help. You will see a comparison between these terms, and also why they are misapplied in Multi-Level Marketing.
For my 3rd interview in the Featured Practitioner series, I speak with an ultra-marathoner in Colorado whose treatment methods set him apart in the massage therapy field.
Keep reading to find out more about how he decided on this specialization and why he’s passionate about helping clients!
Marketing gets a lot of attention, and with good reason: It’s the art and science of attracting people to buy from you.
Without a way to reach new customers, you’ll end up running out of money… and shutting the doors to your business.
But there is one thing a lot of business owners get wrong.
This is the second episode in the Featured Practitioner series, in which I talk to a Licensed Massage Therapist in the great state of Texas who serves athletes from adult to geriatric age.
I’m so excited to share his story with you!
We don’t get to choose our first name, at least not for the first 18 years of life. It’s something our parents pick; their first gift to us, so to speak.
While we do have the option to change it once we reach adulthood, most of us stick with our given name for life.