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25 Things Successful Massage Therapists Do Differently

What is it that makes one massage therapist successful while others seem to struggle? This “success” could be measured in terms of economic success, high quality of life, overall career satisfaction, or positive impact in their client’s lives and those around them. Or maybe a combination of these. Why is it that some people achieve more? I’ve done a ton of research on this and here’s what I’ve come up with… The massage therapists who achieve the most success do …

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Why You Should Commit to Excellence in Your Massage Practice

Excellence in your profession is vital for success, work satisfaction and overall happiness. A massage therapist who commits to providing an excellent client experience will have more satisfied customers and get more referrals. No client ever says, “You should go see Mary, she’s really average.” Clients want to work with excellent therapists. They seek out the best therapist for themselves and their friends. The alternative to being excellent is mediocrity. Being average often leads to boredom and apathy. Clients will …

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How To Not Feel Guilty About Charging Your Clients

Massage therapy is a valuable service that can produce real results. But it requires lots of training, skill, effort and time. So why is it that some therapists feel guilty about charging for their services? Sometimes it is a self-limiting belief that makes the massage therapist feel guilty when charging clients. Money is a sensitive topic for many people. Many therapists and others in the healing professions state that they are “not in it for the money”. But that doesn’t …

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What Each New Client is Really Worth to Your Practice

To really appreciate how much each new client could potentially be worth to your massage practice, you need to determine your Customer Lifetime Value (CLV). This is a predictive value that estimates how much revenue one client to add to your practice over the course of that business relationship. Understanding this value will help you focus on long-term relationships with your clients instead of a shortsighted approach, which focuses on immediate income. Shifting to a long-term mindset will result in …

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