Would you like to be part of my next FREE Coaching Session for up to 8 therapists, held over the phone?
If you’re on my list already you’ll get an email with the date and time of the next free group coaching call (about once a month).
If you’re not yet on my list – don’t be silly, go jump on it now so you can get coached too.
(Plus once you’re on this list, I’ll get you started right away with some juicy client-getting strategy and tips.)
Use this form to get on the list:
It’s really simple. Here is the way these FREE Coaching Sessions work:
We love having more people on the line to listen & contribute.
See, I told you how easy these free coaching sessions are.
Now go post your question below so we can get it answered for you.
Looking forward to giving you all the support you can handle!
Business mentor, Educator and Inspirer to Clinic Owners & Solo Practitioners. Love to hear from you ~ Please share your thoughts in the comments below!
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I’d like to raise my rates. I am an animal massage therapist who charges $70 an hour. I’m learning new modalities and I’m specializing in behavior modification for aggressive dogs.
My question no 1 would be: How to turn a new client into a regular?
you’re in! please call in now. (if you’re on the email list, the phone number was sent earlier.)
Irene, I may not be able to be on the coaching call tomorrow.
Question #1) I would like to fire a client. This client has been on and off with me for about 4 years. Charming yet condescending and flaky person. She has asked me twice to contact her for a massage and both times I have said yes but so far I have not, because I am resistant to telling her I do not want to work with her anymore. Any suggestions?
Question #2) If I have verbally quoted to a potentially new client the cost of a 1 hour session several months ago, and I decide to go up on my price, do I need to honor the originally quoted price?
If you’re on the call tomorrow- you’re in for both these questions.
(Look for email with time and phone number.)