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July, 2010, Vol. 10, Issue 07

Learn From the Masters

By Jenn Sommermann, LCMT

I had the great fortune of being part of the World Massage Conference. I was at a virtual round table with the seven women who make up the Women in Bodywork Business (WIBB) blog and it was terrific.

A big shout out to all the ladies! It was both and honor and pleasure to present with you.

As you know I have been "successful" in my own right, but here's the thing... there is ALWAYS more to learn. I found myself taking notes as much as the attendees probably were. I came away with so many golden nuggets; I don't know where to begin.

Not only will I use this in my current practice but also I will be passing these pearls of wisdom on to my students and consulting clients. What's the saying? It's never too late to teach an old dog new tricks.

From attracting new clients to client retention, product sales, using research in your practice, and much more, there is always more to learn. Find a mentor; talk to others who have walked the road before you, and you will always pick up some little tidbit that you can add to your current business model. Thanks again WIBB gals.

ducks - Copyright – Stock Photo / Register Mark Listen to WIBB Bloggers Discussing Business and Industry at the World Massage Conference.

Catch the latest blog entries from WIBB bloggers: Laura Allen, Melanie Hayden, Lisa Parenteau, Angie Patrick, Cherie Sohnen-Moe, Jenn Sommermann, and Ruth Werner.


Click here for more information about Jenn Sommermann, LCMT.

 

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