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Economic Help for Massage Therapists

  1. Take Care of Your Massage Table

    Take Care of Your Massage Table

    Everything in our lives requires a certain amount of maintenance.  From our cars, our technology, our bodies, to even our relationships; each require regular routine maintenance to ensure optimum performance.  This is especially true of equipment we use in our work.  As a massage therapist this includes your biggest tool of the trade – your table.

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  2. Starting Your Own Mobile Massage Therapy Business

    Starting Your Own Mobile Massage Therapy Business

    For those who have always dreamed of owning your own massage therapy business, mobile may just be the way to go. And believe it or not, now might just be the perfect time to get everything rolling.

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  3. Low-Cost, Low-Tech Solutions to Gain New Massage Clients

    Low-Cost, Low-Tech Solutions to Gain New Massage Clients

    Gaining and retaining clients is one of the most important tasks you will face in your career as a therapist. You may be one of the world’s most naturally gifted therapists, proficient in multiple modalities, with a strong and impressive education and certifications to cover the walls.

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  4. What Do I do AFTER Massage School

    What Do I do AFTER Massage School

    When you went to massage school, you were trained by a specialist.  How do you know what you are trained to do?  What does your training mean?  How do we discuss what we do? If you were not trained by a specialist – trained in the general sense – you may not be able to speak specifically enough about your work to call it “specialized.

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  5. Strategic Massage Income Planning

    Strategic Massage Income Planning

    Who doesn’t enjoy a raise? A raise means someone acknowledges you and your efforts for another year of service. It means you have performed well at a certain level and now it is time to reward your efforts by raising your earnings a little.

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  6. To Be an Employee, a Contractor or Self Employed? That is the Question...

    To Be an Employee, a Contractor or Self Employed? That is the Question...

    Our industry has a wide array of opportunities for the newly graduated therapist. It also presents a wealth of opportunity for seasoned therapists who may have been hit hard in the past years of economic uncertainty. Recently, I read a survey from the Day Spa Association sharing that 2013 and 2014 have shown some significant increases. It claims the Spa Industry is indeed in growth mode.

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  7. The Mindset of Successful People: Is Your Head in the Right Place?

    The Mindset of Successful People: Is Your Head in the Right Place?

    We all know them. The people who seem to breeze from one client to the next, one project to the next, one crisis to the next and always seem to come out on top. While many of us feel like there is a glass ceiling, an insurmountable hurdle, or feel fear in stretching our own bubble to try something new, there are those who seem to simply take any challenge and own it with gusto.

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  8. Five Habits of Consistently Successful People

    Five Habits of Consistently Successful People

    We have all known these people, you know the ones. The people who seem to always succeed in whatever they endeavor to do, no matter how crazy or wild-eyed the scheme might be. They are the risk takers, the people who have learned some very basic, but highly important skills that keep them focused, alert, sharp and in tune with the business they create, making them far more likely to be successful.

    I have met these people throughout my career and it occurs to me these renegades of business, the titans of triumph, all seem to share some common traits that undoubtedly contribute to their continued success.

    I would like to share with you my observations of these enigmas and perhaps provide tips on how we might all increase our success rates.

    Habit 1: Focus

    Successful people are focused. They see the finish line and have already won the race in their mind. Everything else is just a matter of how it happens. Failure is something they do not dwell upon, but rather they look at the lesson that failure might have taught them. They take that information, focus on bettering outcomes and press on.

    Habit 2: Don’t Look Back

    Successful people do not spend time looking behind them. They look at their own tasks, complete them and give little concern to what their competitors are doing. They know, if they are focused on what they are good at, then competition is not really a problem. Providing a good or service UNIQUE to your skill set makes competition seem less of a concern. No one can provide what you provide the way you provide it. Successful people make their product o

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  9. Massage Products That Sell Themselves - Building Your Business

    Massage Products That Sell Themselves - Building Your Business

    A wait-and-see approach to strengthening your business will not work in this economic climate. There are many thoughtful ways you can better serve your clients, and in the process, improve your bottom line.

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  10. How a Portable Massage Table Can Improve Your Bottom Line

    How a Portable Massage Table Can Improve Your Bottom Line

    Massage therapists have a unique career in many ways.  One of the most common reasons why people get into massage therapy is because of the immense amount of freedom that the job can offer.  There are many different places for a massage therapist to find employment, or often they will venture out on their own, working freelance or opening their own practice.  Regardless of the path that you choose, having a portable table is certainly essential!

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