Know all about the art of using networking to get in touch with more prospective clients the smart way. The course sheds light on the critical aspects of massage business including the importance of customer service and packs in your dose of inspiration to keep soaring the skies in your massage career.
Secrets to Grow Your Massage Career Through Networking
- Using networking the right way to attract more clients
- Learn how to pay attention to your customer service model
- Developing public speaking skills
- Using low-priced ads to advance your massage career
- Inspirational messages to drive you ahead in your massage career
- Networking opportunities you never thought about
- Realize your dream massage career
What is the target audience?
The course targets massage therapists who have been facing difficulties getting more clients through the door and have hit stagnation in terms of income opportunities. The course showcases innovative ways to strengthen the revenue model.
This course is for you! It was written to help you become a happy and successful massage therapist or bodyworker. As you read, you will notice that periodically I insert comments, tips, hints, motivational quotes or questions in the center of a page. These are designed to help you have the best possible practice.
CHAPTER 1 - NETWORKING
Networking is not working. Networking involves meeting people in social or business situations and helping them achieve their goals. These people are pursuing success in a variety of endeavors and some many even be in your own field. In return, these people help us achieve success. Networking is a cooperative success venture.
Volunteering and Donations
Chambers of Commerce
Print and Television
CHAPTER 2 - CUSTOMER SERVICE
Your attitude will determine your success. Suppose a client asks you, "What do you think? Are my muscles really bad?" They see you as an expert and believe what you say. If you tell them they`re really "bad", you`re feeding their mind that the status of their muscles is really bad. Bad is not good! Your client will not leave your office feeling good about him or herself if you are judgmental and thoughtless. Instead, empower your client. Bob King, former president of the American Massage Therapy Association, empowers his patients to feel good about themselves while he`s working on them. Instead of telling them how bad they are, Bob tells them that their tissues are really youthful and supple, and how well their muscles are responding.
Responses to “Your Fee is Too High”
Great Customer Service Is…
CHAPTER 3 - PRINT AND BROADCAST
PRINT & BROADCAST
You can generate our own media coverage in a variety of ways. You can submit a press release about a news event such as opening your own business or expanding it (did you realize that was a news event?) or an article regarding something that`s happening in your specialty or field.
CHAPTER 4 - MARKETING
Would you like to be self-employed? Even if your answer is no, you are. And you will have to sell yourself. You will have to sell yourself to an employer. Eventually, you may decide who you want your target market to be. When you are a new practitioner you may not feel that you have a lot of choice and that you have to take care of all types of people in all different categories in order to get the income which you need.
Other Marketing Ideas
Final Quiz “Secrets to Grow Your Massage Career Through Networking”
Kathryn Merrow, The Pain Relief Coach http://SuccessfulMassageBusiness.com http://MassageTalkRadio.com
Kathryn (at) Simple Pain Relief (dot) com
The following books are older but so inspirational!
· Making it on Your Own. Paul and Sarah Edwards. New Jersey: The Putnam Berkley Group, Inc.
· Getting Business to Come To You. Paul and Sarah Edwards. New Jersey: The Putnam Berkley Group Inc.
· Great Connections. Anne Baber and Lynne Waymon. Virginia. Impact Publications.
· Business Mastery. Cherie Sohnen-Moe. Arizona. Sohnen-Moe Associates. There are updated versions of her business book for bodyworkers.
· Do It! Let's Get Off Our Butts. John-Roger and Peter McWilliams. Prelude Press.
No announcements at this moment.