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10 Keys to Making it on Your Own Michelle Burns
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
All thriving individual practices have one thing in common. Their target market knows about the business and what the business can do for them. Marketing is the way to make sure people know about your business. This book provides 10 basic, easy to understand marketing concepts and strategies to help create your marketing plan. All without spending a ton of money. Throughout the book, you will be given information, worksheets to help define some of the marketing tools, and actions to take to Make it on Your Own. Some additional help for actions to take can be found in the companion book, The Business of Healing: Moving your Business from Surviving to Thriving.
Creating Successful Vocational Adult Learning Experiences: A Step by Step Guide Michelle Burns
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Spiral Bound
ISBN: 9781682734278
Teaching can be fun and rewarding and can make powerful differences in someone’s life. But, teaching can also be confusing, frustrating and at times overwhelming. Today’s classes are made up of diverse populations, from baby boomers to Gen Y’ers and all those in between; from all ethnicities, economic and cultural backgrounds and myriad experiences. This creates a diverse tapestry of resources, opportunities and challenges for the adult student and the teacher. Teaching adults effectively and easily is a skill that can be learned or enhanced with an understanding of some basic theories and methods. With the right knowledge and tools, those challenges can be turned into strengths to make ...
The Business of Healing: Taking Your Business from Surviving to Thriving Michelle Burns
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Size: 5" x 8"
Binding: Perfect Bound
While most massage therapy education programs include a business section, often the most important pieces of creating a successful business are not included, or focused on, in the class. There are several reasons for this oversight: 1) many business teachers have not, or do not, run a business, 2) those students in the class who do not intend to open their own business aren’t interested in the material, and 3) there often isn’t enough time in the class to cover all the pieces necessary to create a successful massage business. The goal of the book is to give you an opportunity to explore, at your own pace, and as you are ready, those things not well covered in many programs. And, to ta ...