Business building resources for holistic healing practitioners: networking, advertising, client-healer relationships, education/career opportunities, etc.
Are you in the planning stage of starting up a holistic or spiritual business, or are you experiencing problems getting your business off the ground? Avoid the mistakes other business owners made. Transformation Coach, Katharine Dever, shares five reasons why spiritual businesses fail and how to turn it around and be successful. Good stuff!
Have you recently started a practice, and now you're wondering where all of your clients are?
If you are thinking about setting up a Reiki practice there are some things you'll want to consider before you get started. Serving as a healer can be a very satisfying career. As a Reiki practitioner, not only will you take pride in the type of work you are doing, but you can absolutely make a difference in the quality of lives in others.
Helps for getting the word out that you are open for business.
Marketing Maven, Dianne McDermott, offers advice to both healers and their potential clients. She suggests healers establish a client referral program with other practitioners offering services in the same region. Dianne also gives advice to clients in choosing the most appropriate healer to meet their needs.
How much value do you put on your talents and services? Sadly, many entrepreneurs undercharge for their services. Jenn Givler helps healers learn how to set fair prices. Jenn says "Pricing your products in a way that is fair to your clients and also fair to you is important."
Becoming a healer or life coach are both "higher-calling" life pursuits. These are career paths that require self-discovery and staying on the path of self healing an awareness. In her article, Advice for a Life Coach Wanna Be from a Life Coach
Anandra George, gives her best advice... if you are not willing to do the hard work on healing yourself first, then life-coaching is not for you.