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Learn by Creating Helpful Marketing

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Marketing is something many complementary practitioners try and avoid at all costs.  How about using marketing help you improve your skills and knowledge as a practitioner? The key is finding topics which assist you to become a better practitioner, ideally … Continue reading

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Overcoming a Scarcity Mindset

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Growing up, I remember my parents working ridiculously hard and money was tight.  I believed life was a struggle, money was scarce, and I always had to compromise on what I bought, often going for the cheaper option instead of … Continue reading

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What is Authentic Marketing?

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‘Being authentic’ is one of the phrases being banded around a lot, especially in marketing and personal branding.  What does it actually mean when it comes to marketing your complementary practice?  How do you market yourself ‘authentically’? Authentic marketing starts … Continue reading

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How to Make Great Decisions

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When it comes to your marketing, how are you at making great decisions for your business?  Is this something you struggle with?  Do you find yourself procrastinating over them? Take the pressure off Not every decision is a ‘forever’ decision … Continue reading

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Allowing Yourself to Receive

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The holiday season is a time for giving and receiving.  It’s not about just focusing on giving to others, but importantly, allowing yourself to receive too.  There is a balance here, if you give – someone is receiving – it’s … Continue reading

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Dealing with Your Resistance to Marketing

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You know how it feels, you do some marketing for your practice and start to progress, and then comes the resistance.  You know logically that you want to build a thriving practice and that it really matters.  But, it can … Continue reading

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To Stand Out, or to Conform?

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I’ve been doing some work recently where I had to step out of my comfort zone.  I realised I was feeling conflicted about being visible and standing out, as opposed to enjoying my comfy, conformist place. The phrase new level, … Continue reading

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Intuitive Marketing for Complementary Practitioners

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As a complementary practitioner, I’m sure you utilise your intuition to enhance your clinical work.  You may be trained to the highest standards in your discipline, but your intuition plays a role in your success with clients. Do you also … Continue reading

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Do You Suffer With Imposter Syndrome?

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Have you ever felt like an imposter? Scared that at any moment, someone is going to catch you out and see the real you? Working in personal development, I soon realised this issue haunts so many people especially women. Or … Continue reading

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Practitioner Safety

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By its very nature, the work you do as a therapist or complementary practitioner with your clients is personal.  Occasionally, what is a kind gesture or comment from you, could get misconstrued and potentially lead to complications. The vast majority … Continue reading

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