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3 Ways for Therapists to Spend Limited Marketing Money

I love the question “where should a therapist spend their money?” My super short answer is: you’d be AMAZED how little you have to spend if you are creative, smart and have a lot of moxy. My slightly less short answer is below.  And, per usual, I am forever one to ask questions about a […]

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The Imperfection Behind the Scenes

Hello everyone! First of all, if you’re not on my list (though some of you will be getting an email later today) I have a one time offer that relates to my birthday and a lot of other goals. But let me back up quick on the why I’m doing this offer, to shed some […]

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What to Write: the Challenge, Chore and My Offer

I was just helping a friend in Facebook on blogging.  She has three jobs, is busy, not techie, and is brand new to that world.  I gave her a lot of really fun ideas and she’s more excited now. Sound familiar? Lately I’ve had some goofy experiences that reinforce a strength of mine. I’m GOOD […]

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Do therapists have the cash flow for marketing?

The good news about marketing these days is you can extremely cheaply make dramatic marketing moves with huge impacts. The bad news is most therapists don’t know heads from tails around marketing, generally, let alone the internet or technology. I think a lot about newbies since I’m in that boat.  I’m actually a pre-newbie since […]

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Are therapists risk averse or ignorant about risk?

Picture me jumping up on my bandwagon now… Imagine this too common scenario.  Someone puts $20 a month into the hope of finding clients.  This person does get a client.  The client doesn’t really pan out. Income generated: $125.  Expenses: $60.  Net profit: $65. This person ends the $20 listing because “it’s clearly not working.” […]

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Learning madness sale!

I’ve been learning so much.  My head (and my internet browser) are starting to lose it a bit.  So much information flying in, being processed and bits and pieces are coming out the other end, churned for therapy-land.  (Honestly I think half the battle is translating information around marketing or other types of business things […]

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Special Offer!

Hello blog readers! It’s been a very rough few weeks.  While very low energy from a nasty sinus infection our cat fell rapidly ill and we had to put him down.  Then we had a dentist appointment for my 6 year old that did not go well and shot our stress through the roof.  Lots […]

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Awesome Mistakes I Have, or Am Making

I am thrilled to be sharing more mistakes in an upcoming workshop (that to be extra cool you can purchase the audio without attending!)  My co-presenter and I are looking forward to making fools of ourselves in order to lighten the tension of vulnerability of finding clients and learning marketing concepts.  The workshop website is […]

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10 Little Marketing Secrets

I feel a lot of frustration for therapists who end up getting pulled in countless marketing directions and end up more overwhelmed and confused than ever.  Think of this blog post as your behind the scenes look at the fascinating land of business coaches, entrepreneur experts and marketing gurus.  Many are awesome people but it […]

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Flooding – Yours, Not The Client

Clients are dealing with loss, divorce, solo-hood, mental health, family dysfunction, etc may be emotionally flooded to the point they aren’t even sure therapy can help.  And therapists are being flooded with buzz words, marketing tips, experts who can make you have full practices with all cash-paying clients, plus tons of magical extra money through […]

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