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So many of us have such a distaste for social media these days that it can be hard to hold our noses and bring ourselves to  make use of it as part of a business marketing plan. But the reality is that there are few other FREE efforts you can make to...

Updated for 2019 -- I'm not going to blog about New Year's resolutions for business today.  For most of us, resolutions are more wishful thinking than plans for action when it means expending some effort to change old habits. That doesn't work very w...

How did your marketing plan work for you in 2018?  Did you have an action task list that you followed consistently?  Marketing plans don't have to be complicated, and they don't need to involve a lot of math -- two main perceptions that inhibit many...

Something that may be a bit of a secret to my clinical colleagues is that I have been a professional astrologer for nearly 20 years. And now that I'm retired as a psychotherapist, I'll confess that I found an astrology chart to be as accurate a perso...

It won't be long before I'll be in my 32nd year as a solopreneur and 19th year as a website designer, dragged into becoming more of a techie than I really ever wanted to be. During all the developments in the world of internet tools for business mark...

You might already know about the KISS principle -- keep it simple, sweetie. As a busy practitioner of a one person business, keeping things simple is a must. And it will keep you from being overwhelmed by attempting all those alien things that everyo...

We all go through times when our own life is in turmoil, or when we get sideswiped with some unexpected devastating event that throws our emotions into high anxiety. It doesn't take the aftermath of a presidential election to imagine impending catast...

 

Just what are marketing basics for a solopreneur private practice counselor or coach, anyway?  Well there’s likely more than one way to think about this, but here’s what makes sense to me, as a 21 year veteran business owner and do it yourself marke...

When I started out in private practice 25 years ago, anything remotely resembling “office work”  — you know, stuff like, bookkeeping, going to meetings (aka networking), business planning, and evaluating marketing strategies — was shunned or delayed...

Conventional ~ especially extroverted ~ marketing advice for solopreneurs like counselors and coaches almost always focuses on how to get others to refer clients to you.  This is a type of networking, and succeeds on 4 factors of being able to: 

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