Teleclass on Jan. 18 at 4 p.m. Eastern Standard Time

MANALAPAN, NJ, Jan. 14, 2010 – Massage therapist and small business coach Woody Haiken will present the “Get Clients Now!™” seminar on Jan. 18 via teleconference. Get Clients Now! is a simple sales and marketing system, designed to help small business owners overcome the most challenging issue in building a business: landing new clients with a minimum of time and effort. Participants in the program will find out what really works to market their practice, discover the missing ingredients that are preventing their success and learn about 100 different tools and tactics for marketing and sales.

“What’s different about the Get Clients Now! program,” explains Haiken, “is that it provides massage therapists with a simple, customized marketing plan that they can begin taking action on immediately. Other marketing seminars teach generic ideas and principles, but this program helps participants figure out exactly what to do in their unique situation. Once everyone has their own personal action plan, we meet as a group for the next 28 days, and I help each person implement the plan he or she created.”

The kickoff seminar for Haiken’s Get Clients Now! program will take place on Jan. 18 from 4 to 5:30 p.m. via teleconference. Once registered, participants will be given the dial-in number and their own pin code. The cost for the seminar, which is given in two 90-minute sessions on Jan. 18 and Jan. 25, plus the 28-day coaching program conducted from Feb. 1 and for the following 5 weeks, is $299 per person. To register, go to http://bit.ly/62pnzRor visit www.TheGrowingPractice.com.

Woody Haiken, NCTMB, is a nationally certified massage therapist, a member of American Massage Therapy Association, a member of the International Coaching Federation and is certified in multiple modalities in massage and bodywork. He received his coach training from the Institute for Professionalism in Coaching (iPEC) and is a licensed facilitator for the Get Clients Now! program. He has trained extensively with John F. Barnes, the developer of Myofascial Release. He owns Well and Fit, a successful massage business specializing in pain relief, as well as Well Life LLC, the parent company of The Growing Practice.

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