Points to Consider for Building A Practice

OWN YOUR VISION – Create habits necessary to keep you motivated and help you to plan your next steps. Develop a mission statement that describes, why you want to bring this service to others, how you are going to provide it, where you are going to provide it and when.
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OWN YOUR VISION – Create habits necessary to keep you motivated and help you to plan your next steps. Develop a mission statement that describes, why you want to bring this service to others, how you are going to provide it, where you are going to provide it and when.

PREPARE YOUR LOCATION – Create the environment which will be acceptable and comfortable to do your sessions. Be aware of cleanliness, lighting, temperature and noise control. Your clients deserve a first-class experience.

INITIAL INVESTMENTS – The two things you need up front to begin your practice is a massage table and a dedicated phone line that will be answered professionally and only during “office” hours. Have a professional voice mail message for the times you are not available.

SET YOUR POLICIES – Know what your fees will be and what hours you are prepared to work BEFORE you start scheduling appointments.

KNOW YOUR COUNTRY/STATE & LOCAL LAWS – Research how you can appropriately advertise, home businesses regulations, tax reporting, what insurances you may need and what information should be contained in a waiver signed by each client.

PROFESSIONALLY REPRESENT YOURSELF – The way you dress, speak, the business cards you hand out… all of these and more are ways of being noticed and be able to inform people about the service you provide.

DEVELOP A REFERRAL-DRIVEN PRACTICE – how to use word-of-mouth, directory listings, social media, chat rooms, brochures, articles and print advertisements to grow you client base. Plan your initial efforts that are both affordable and will fill your session schedule with a continuous flow of new clients.

EDUCATE  OTHERS – Remember, the key is to tell others about the service you provide, whether or not they become your client or not. If we don’t share this light and information with others, they won’t have an opportunity to make a choice about it.

CONTINUE YOUR OWN EDUCATION – Plan to increase your services by becoming a Reconnection-Certified Practitioner and perhaps going on to the Mentor Entry Qualification Program. Listen to CD’s, partake in a personal consultation, become a volunteer at a seminar. All these are ways to increase your services, improve your knowledge, keep you updated and keep you refreshed as you surround yourself with “like-minded” people to help your journey continue on this path.

It is our pleasure to have had a part in your beginning steps as a Reconnective Healing® Foundational Practitioner, please remember that you are part of a gift that needs to be shared.

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