Knowing how to create good habits can help you build your dream massage business. Here, we will look at the power of habit and how to develop habits.
Social proof is essential in growing a stable, profitable business, yet figuring out how to get it can be confusing. At best, social proof will lead to potential clients seeing you as a highly skilled, authoritative expert. At worst, your practice might appear new and lacking in quality, with poor-quality social proof giving the impression you are unskilled.
In today’s competitive marketplace, massage therapists need creative strategies to attract new clients and grow their business. Groupon, a popular e-commerce marketplace, can be a powerful marketing tool when used strategically.
As a massage therapy student, you need to safeguard yourself from potential liability claims. This is where massage student liability insurance comes in.
One of the ways massage therapy business owners can see increases in profitability and lower tax liabilities is to choose the correct business structure
One of the most highly overlooked things when it comes to sustaining your massage career is how to maintain your drive as an entrepreneur.
Massage therapists can travel various career pathways. There are multiple types of practice settings and a variety of specializations.
While owning a practice might be the best fit for some people, massage therapist jobs provide another way to perform hands-on work.
Getting clients to schedule a session is a key element of building your massage practice, but getting them to show up—to not call with last-minute cancellations or simply no-show—is also critical to creating a financially sound business that will allow you to serve clients for years to come.
How can you be fair to the people working for you and make money? The answer may lie in a business model called conscious capitalism.