Author Archive for Cherie Sohnen-Moe

Facebook Education

Facebook is finally offering support to people who want to learn how to better navigate their platform and generate results. They are providing information to help you learn the key steps for building your business on Facebook with video courses,…

Make Your Voice Heard

Our industry is at a critical juncture. As we move into a “full-fledged” profession with the various stakeholders (AFMTE, AMTA, ABMP, FSMTB, MTF, NCBTMB), actually attempting to play well with each other and work in harmony for the greater good…

Today is International Women’s Day

Today (March 8) is International Women’s Day. This is a global day celebrating the economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future. In some places, like China, Russia, Vietnam and Bulgaria, International Women’s Day is a national…

Priorities

Lately, I have been commiserating with many of my friends and colleagues about our sense of overwhelm. There are so many business opportunities available to us and deciding which ones to pursue can be difficult. At times like this, I…

The Gambler

I must admit that country music is not my favorite music genre, but in 1978 the Kenny Rogers’ version of The Gambler hit the charts and the chorus of that song has stayed with me for 34 years! If you’re…

The 5 P’s of Success

January typically is the time when people re-evaluate their lives in general and their career in particular. Before you finalize your goal setting for the year, check out the January 2012 newsletter from Strategy 1 based out of Tucson, Arizona.…

What’s Your Direction?

I started setting goals, writing affirmations and doing visualization since I was 19 years old. At the beginning of each year I would spend a full day mapping out the next year. For the next fifteen years I facilitated a…

The Passing of an Icon

On December 11, 2011 the massage/bodywork profession and the fitness world lost a legend. I lost a cherished friend. Bonnie Prudden was a true inspiration to me. She was smart, compassionate and funny! She didn’t mince words or restrain her…