Massage Therapy How to Make A Lucrative Living As A Massage Therapist [NOOK Book]

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Are You Tired Of Working For Someone Else With Little To Show For It?

Discover How You Can Start Your Own Business As A Massage Therapist!

Do you know what it takes to be successful as a massage therapist? Is it going to the best massage therapy school? Being trained properly? Great relationships with ...
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Massage Therapy How to Make A Lucrative Living As A Massage Therapist

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Overview

Are You Tired Of Working For Someone Else With Little To Show For It?

Discover How You Can Start Your Own Business As A Massage Therapist!

Do you know what it takes to be successful as a massage therapist? Is it going to the best massage therapy school? Being trained properly? Great relationships with your clients? Well, it’s really more than that. This guide will show you what you need to do in order to make lots of money in the massage therapy profession.

What’s missing from this formula of success that you do desperately desire to have? Those points mentioned above are great, but they’re not the entire package. There is much more to making lots of money as a massage therapist than just greeting people and telling them about your services.

People would think that you would make millions in a moment’s notice. No, it doesn’t work like that. Starting a massage therapy business takes time and money, not to mention that you have to go to school for it. Plus, if you want to have your own business, you have to be certified.

In this guide, Massage Therapy — How to Make A Lucrative Living As A Massage Therapist, you will find out what you need to do in order to start your own business. First, you will need to go to school and take some classes.

In this guide, you will discover the following:

There’s more to it than just going to school and taking classes. Most people that go will end up being in debt after they get out. However that shouldn’t stop you from getting and education.

The approximate cost to take classes in massage therapy
Some of the classes you are required to take
How many class hours you need to have in order to get a license

When you’ve become certified, and you’re ready to start your business, there are things you need to do in order to get started. However, before that takes place, you must decide whether you’re going to do this part-time or full time. Most people when they start out, do it part time. This guide will explain why that may be a better choice.

When you’re working for someone else as a massage therapist, you will only make so much money unless your strike out on your own. When you start your business, you will charge by the hour, which will provide you with more income once you start getting clients on a regular basis.

The Complete Guide to Your OWN Business!

Other massage therapists that market their services will tell you that this industry is very competitive. That is the truth. You have so many massage therapists trying to sell people services. However, some of them are not going about it the right way. In fact, some of them aren’t even going!

In this guide, Massage Therapy—How to Make A Lucrative Living As A Massage Therapist>, you will discover strategies and secrets you can use to get your business of the ground. You will find out what you need to do to stay competitive and on top of your game. It’s crucial that you do this because there are many other therapists that are trying to win the top prize. You having your hand on this guide can give you the upper hand.



You will learn...


Why the location of your business is crucial
Why your business should be roomy inside
Why the name of your business is important
Why it’s important to educate your client on the services you offer
What you can do to prove value and creditability to the client
What you can do to force clients to sign up quickly
Why it’s important to stress the benefits of your services
How to make the benefits of having a massage stand out
Why it’s good to offer complimentary massages when you’re first starting out
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011870033
  • Publisher: Lou Diamond
  • Publication date: 11/21/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 891,378
  • File size: 69 KB

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