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Posts Tagged ‘ Facebook ’

Holiday Income? UH… YES, PLEASE!

December 7, 2012
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Holiday Income

Would anyone say, “ No, Thank You!” ? It is difficult for me to imagine a time these days when anyone would turn down making additional income. During a time when many Americans are making a list and checking it twice, most of us are plotting presents for friends, colleagues, family and friends for...
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Selling Yourself Short

January 12, 2012
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Selling Yourself Short

What is wrong with the following statement? FIRE!!!! Ready…aim. It seems silly, counter intuitive and even dangerous to get such important steps this badly out of order. You would not do it with a rifle, why would you do it with your business? Sometimes we are faced with making decisions quickly in business, sometimes...
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Posted in Acupuncture & Acupressure, Billing & Insurance, Business, Education & Seminars, Ethics, General Massage, marketing, Marketing / Office / Staff, Patient Education, Practice Management, Social Media | 1 Comment »

It Was a Very Good Year

December 18, 2011
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As I look back over 2011, it was a very good year. For the 8th year in a row, since I first opened my business, I am going to finish the year with a growth in sales and in my bottom line. That’s rather miraculous, considering the unemployment rate in my county has been...
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Kudos, and a Few Thumps on the Head

November 13, 2011
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The year is winding down; all the award shows have been on television lately, and I’d like to give out a few of my own, along with a thump or two on the head of those who need it. Call me a critic! These are my opinions only and should not be construed as...
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Posted in Business, Community Service, Education & Seminars, Ethics, General Massage, marketing, Other Topics, Research, Social Media | 1 Comment »

The Leaders of the Massage Therapy Profession

September 19, 2011
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Last week, the leaders of all the major organizations representing the massage therapy profession came together in St. Louis for a Massage Therapy Leadership Summit. The executive directors, CEOs, and board chairs of the Alliance for Massage Therapy Education (AFMTE), the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA), Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP), the Commission...
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Are Are Your Facebook Connections Seeing Your Posts?

April 30, 2011
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Are Are Your Facebook Connections Seeing Your Posts?

Many people have been posting the following information on their Facebook walls or inviting people to “Events” to spread the word. Amongst the new Facebook updates is that the newsfeed setting is automatically set to show ONLY posts from people with whom you’ve recently interacted or interacted with the most (which would be limited...
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Do You Believe in Magic?

February 10, 2011
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Do You Believe in Magic?

As much as I would like to change the world for the better, I have to do my part one step at a time. If I look at the entire need in its bulk sum, it can be overwhelming. But if I can break this down into things which I can control, then MASTER...
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Posted in Body Techniques, Business, Community Service, Education & Seminars, General Massage, marketing, Marketing / Office / Staff, massage research, Research | 3 Comments »

Perspective

December 16, 2010
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I have a fair amount of followers on Twitter and a lot of FB friends, many of whom I’ve never met in person. Most are massage therapists who read my blog or have read my books, attended a class or listened to a webinar. I get little glimpses into their lives on Facebook.....READ MORE
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Student Days Across The US and Canada

April 27, 2010
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Student Days Across The US and Canada

Students are the future of our profession. Within them hold the promise of greater research, greater achievement, and greater healing than ever before. Please share events like these with them, and ignite within them the additional spark to become more involved within the massage community, and encourage that hunger for success.
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Posted in Business, Education & Seminars, General Massage, marketing, Marketing / Office / Staff, massage research, Other Topics, Pain Management, Self care, Spa Therapies | 1 Comment »

Embracing our Compassion

January 25, 2010
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Embracing our Compassion

In addition to all thinks biz, practice building and social media marketing, I really appreciate the fact that part of my personal branding online is being able to talk and write about the yearning in my soul for forward movement-advancement on my spiritual path.  Fortunately, I get to work with a massage sub-specialty, Compassionate...
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