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How to Value Yourself and Your Services

How to Value Yourself and Your Services

Do you value the service you offer your clients?  It’s not unusual for therapists, coaches and holistic practitioners to undervalue themselves.  Often looking to offer their services for free or cheaply because they feel everyone has the right to health … Continue reading

How to Stop Imposter Syndrome

How to Stop Imposter Syndrome

It was the morning of my book launch and I started to feel like an imposter.  Concerned that at any moment, someone will see straight through me. Who am I to write a book??? It’s not the first time I’ve … Continue reading

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How to Build a Successful Holistic Business

This week, I interview Geoff Nicholson, a mindset and performance specialist who kindly agreed to be a case study in my new book ‘Your Holistic Business Recipe’. Geoff is a coach and mentor helping entrepreneurs and holisticpreneurs across the world … Continue reading

How to Market a Book

How to Market a Book

Whether you decide to self-publish or go the traditional route, you will still have to do a lot of marketing.  Today, I thought I’d share the strategies I’ve chosen to get my book out in the world. These launch ideas … Continue reading

How to Write a Book as a Novice Author

How to Write a Book as a Novice Author

I’d written hundreds of blogs, but nothing prepared me for the roller-coaster of writing a book. I don’t consider myself a naturally gifted writer and I started a weekly blog to develop the skill. I discovered a publisher was on … Continue reading

how to make marketing fun

How to Make Marketing Fun

for your holistic health business We all love having fun!  How we have fun is personal and something that’s fun for me could leave you running for the hills. Fun is also good for us – laughter is great medicine … Continue reading

the fastest way to find clients

The Fastest way to Find Clients

For your complementary therapy or holistic health business Many health and well-being practitioners have struggled over lockdown.  Many haven’t been able to work and others have had to adapt and completely change their approach. Whether you’ve had to reinvent your … Continue reading