Welcome to the online course and community for holistic health practitioners!
The short version of what we’re up to:
- A go at your own pace online home study course which gives holistic health practitioners all the tools and know-how they need to thrive in private practice, PLUS monthly support calls which connect you to a community of fellow practitioners, and gives you the life raft you need to get your questions answered and keep going. (Hey, when I said short version I meant it…)
For the long version, complete with a video tour, who we are, a complete course outline, and nice stuff people say about us, scroll on down:
FOR A SNEAK PEAK INTO THE COURSE, HERE’S THE COMPLETE COURSE OUTLINE:
(and remember, this huge quantity of information also comes with monthly group support calls so you can ask questions, brainstorm, and get help implementing it…)
Module 1: Cleanse
This module is all about detoxifying our beliefs about the two (perceived) evil M words: Marketing and Money, by reconnecting with the one essential W word: Why.
- Money and the Healing Martyr Myth: This addresses the idea that making money from our practice debases what we do. (Spoiler alert: it doesn’t)
- Marketing: It’s not about arm-twisting; it’s about authentically connecting with the community you want to serve.
- Why: Reconnecting with the Why behind what you do, as I said earlier, The Love, will give you a totally ick free practice building experience, and will make things come together more quickly and fluidly.
Module 2: Making the Map
This module will clarify exactly what you want from your practice and where you’re headed, because it’s tough to get someplace you’ve never been before without a map.
- Your dream practice: Identify exactly what kind of practice you want.
- Your dream client: Who would you be delighted to see walking through your office door every day? Without clarifying who your ideal client is, you’re going to waste a whole lot of energy on practice building and wind up serving people who burn you out.
- To niche or not to niche: Knowing when to target a specific small group, and when to cast a bit of a wider net. There are perks to both.
- Core marketing materials: Once you understand your ideal practice, your ideal client, and whether or not you’re targeting any niches, you’ll be ready to develop the core message of who you are and what you do in your practice. This message is the beginning (and the heart and soul) of crafting your practice building strategy.
- The money part: While the words “Profit and Loss Projection” still give me chills up my spine, creating this in a simple and easy way helps you to know what your financial goals are and how you can meet them.
Module 3: The Essentials
Everyone’s practice building tactics will be pretty individual, however there are a few things that are absolute essentials to success. Before you start tinkering with the more nuanced stuff, let’s get these in place.
- Design essentials: Contrary to popular belief, design isn’t a pretty add-on. It’s one of the first ways people decide if you’re trustworthy and credible (i.e. if they want to work with you).
- Framework essentials: Everything from choosing your right price, to choosing the right office- this module covers the framework stuff that makes like a whole lot easier once it’s in place.
- Website essentials: If you know you’ve gotta have one but don’t, or if you already have one that’s stagnant or driving you crazy, we give you the two best quick, cheap, easy, and gorgeous options.
- Community essentials: Hands down the fastest way to grow your practice is to connect with your local community. We help get that party started so you can become the person that everyone in your town wants to see and refer to.
Module 4: Practice Building Flavors and Tactics
There are a gazillion ways to grow a practice. To keep it from seeming overwhelming, we break it down by type to see what might be the best fit for your personality.
- What flavor are you?: Take our little quiz and see if you tend to have your strengths more in writing, speaking, or relating. It’s not an either/or thing as there will be overlap, but it is a starting point when you’re revving up your practice.
- Writing: An in depth how-to on all the writing tactics: blogs, ezines, ecourses, ebooks, printed books, and freelance writing.
- Speaking: An in depth how-to on all the speaking tactics: teleseminars, podcasts, video blogs, media interviews, teaching courses and workshops, speaking at events.
- Relating: An in depth how-to on all the relating tactics: real world networking, social networking, online directories, collaborating, giveaways and rewards.
Module 5: Crafting Your Plan
Now that your head is buzzing with the aforementioned gazillion options, we help to tone it down by creating an individualized plan (remember, no cookie cutter stuff!) you can follow for the next month, 6 months, heck even the next year! We’ll also look at all the challenges to staying organized and on top of your plan. So many “plans” get dusty in literal or virtual drawers- so we’ll also discuss methods for checking in on your milestones and keeping things moving forward.
- Setting your milestones: What does life look like 4 short weeks from now? Where do you hope to be in 6 months and how will you get there? And taking the long range view what do you hope to have accomplished a year from now?
- Support systems: We’ll cover the best time management, organizational, and accountability tools out there from high tech to low tech.
Module 6: Help!
Even with the best laid plans, life can intervene. Things get scary or overwhelming or confusing or all of the above. No problem, Practice Abundance is here to help.
- The roller coaster ride: Managing the ebbs and flows in your practice. How to handle the crazy busy times and how to fan the embers in the quiet times.
- Procrastination and fear: Oh the human condition. What can ya do? We address the fact that we’ll all have times when fear and procrastination stop us, and what to do to sidestep this little two-headed monster.
- Burnout and self-care: In private practice burnout happens to the best of us. Some of my favorite self care experts weigh in on how to keep ourselves from chronic, spiraling burnout.
- Reaching out: When it’s just you and your clients all day long and you’re also working on this whole new practice building learning curve it can get overwhelming. Here we talk about how to form supportive community and how to take advantage of the ones you already have (hint: the Practice Abundance group support calls).
Module 7: The Minutiae
Is there anyone on planet Earth who doesn’t want to avoid the twin small business bores of legal and accounting? Sadly, they’re important, so we keep it short and sweet so you can tear that Band-Aid off already and move on.
- Legal minutiae: LLC, S Corp, or Sole Proprietor? Legal mumbo jumbo can seem scarier than it is. We make it short and sweet so you can get yourself protected.
- Financial minutiae: Bookkeeping, quarterly taxes, hiring an accountant- just more minutiae that makes us all crazy. These are the best tools and simplest ways to approach the money stuff.
Sarah had some nice stuff to say:
When I first met Brooke I was reeling from the burden of my new Pilates studio business. One conversation with Brooke put everything in perspective. Within one week I went from a puddle of anxiety to a pro-active, boundary-setting gal. Because of that conversation, I soon after decided to take two days off in a row and manage my time more efficiently. This ultimately conserved my energy and within a year my business has become profitable.
Here’s what you need to know about Brooke:
a). Brooke listens. She listens well and asks smart questions.
b). Brooke gets it. She’s been through the initial challenges of fledgling practice-building herself, so she knows her stuff (as opposed to being lectured by some clown who hasn’t been through the fire).
c). Brooke is direct. She doesn’t sugar-coat. If she thinks something is a cockamamie idea, she says so, but in the most supportive ( and often humorous) way.
d). Brooke loves what she does, and it shows. And that is what makes working with her/learning from her the best. Her passion is contagious.
Sarah, Pilates instructor
Wheeeeeeeew! So that’s all the content in terms of course material. Woven throughout the course material is additional fantastic content from these guest experts:
Dan Clements and Tara Gignac N.D. are the founders of Alternative Health Practice, and the authors of the exceptional practice building book, Practitioner’s Journey. Dan is a writer and speaker on health, business, and lifestyle design. Tara is a Naturopathic Doctor in private practice. Together they run Stone Tree Clinic in Collingwood, ON.
Reese Spykerman is the designer and branding expert extraordinaire behind many successful businesses. She’s passionate about teaching design for everyone, and the creator of Utsade, which takes the hassle out of getting great web design.
Megan Elizabeth Morris is the entrepreneur behind Idea Blueprint Girl, Ideaschema, and Creative Biz in A Box, as well as having been the behind-the-scenes genius running many other successful small businesses. Megan has dedicated her work to helping smart people produce brilliant ideas.
Sarah J. Bray is a gifted designer and an expert on web strategy. She is the founder of S. Joy Studios and the online course, Gold Digging Excursion which helps people to find the hidden treasure in their websites.
Lissa Boles combines her years as a life coach and entrepreneur with her gifts as an astrologer to help people and businesses to move forward with crystal clear precision. She speaks internationally and is the founder of True Callings and The Soul Map.
Pamela Wilson is an award winning graphic designer and a marketing and web strategy expert. She is the founder of Zurek Design and The Big Brand System and is devoted to helping small businesses to look big with fantastic design and marketing.
Vanessa Scotto is a life coach who has two Masters degrees in both Traditional Chinese Medicine and Counseling Psychology. She has been a licensed acupuncturist since 1999 and owned a holistic healthcare center for over 10 years. Over the last decade Vanessa has helped hundreds of people achieve vibrancy, health, and self-awareness. She is the founder of Map 2 Self- a coaching business and radio program.
Jonathan Wilde holds an MBA and is the faculty for the practice management course at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, which is the largest naturopathic college in North America. His background is in accounting and finance.
Adam had some nice stuff to say:
I can’t recommend the Practice Abundance course highly enough. This has really helped me focus on some of the practice management details that I had been overlooking. Brooke breaks it down into perfect size sections. Not too much to digest at any one time. One of the nicer aspects is that you can go at your own rate. My schedule is totally erratic, so I was able to work on parts when the time was available rather than trying to meet an unattainable deadline. Thank you Brooke!
WHY CREATE A PRACTICE BUILDING COURSE?
Over and over again here’s the story I always hear from wellness practitioners about why they decided to study what it is they currently practice: One day it occurred to them that if they ever truly wanted to party with Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton that they would have to A. have a job that made a TON of money and B. have a job that was sexy and flashy enough that all the VIP clubs would want to take them straight to the front of the line and comp them all the overpriced champagne they could drink.
So, with that goal in mind they sat down at a desk and made a list of all the jobs that would fulfill both requirements A and B. Turns out acupuncturist, massage therapist, naturopathic doctor, yoga teacher, therapist [enter your modality here] wound up being at the top of the list, so off they went to school and upon graduation they started partying with spoiled celebrities and lived happily ever after…
When you decided to study whatever modality you practice some part of your being- your heart, your body, your gut, your mind, your spirit, or perhaps all of the above- called out to you and said, “Yes. This.” and you dove into it not for any promise of what life would look like after graduation, but for The Love.
And it was easy to bask in The Love while you were in school. You were surrounded by like minded people who shared your same passion and you were all diving headlong into work that was coming straight from your heart.
But I’ve found that after graduation things change. There’s still The Love, of course, but it often gets silenced by a sneaking and very unpleasant feeling that you’re now in the business of convincing people to pay you. Which sucks. It’s hard to love that feeling.
I think what happens is a version of “deer in headlights” syndrome. There you are, basking in the glow of a concentrated period of time spent with colleagues just gleefully geeking out on what you love about what you do, and then you come back to Earth. Where not everyone knows just how endlessly fascinating fascial anatomy, or Udayana Badhna, or the joys of using intersection needling points can be, and so you wind up feeling like an arm-twister.
What are you supposed to say to potential clients? “No really! This work can change your life! Just hand over some money and you’ll see- it’s amazing!” Depending on the tone you’ve become a creepy used car salesman at best and a cult leader at worst. And so you retreat. You hope that your love for your work and the tremendous value it has to offer will shine through, but you’re not sure how to get the word out without feeling like a sleazoid.
Having been through this process myself for a (very painful, and very poor) first 3 years in practice I know the clash between The Love and the need to make a living well. After I had gotten over any vaguely romantic idea I had about eating Ramen noodles every night for dinner (only 99 cents for a whole meal! Yippee!), and having a cross country move necessitate that I start my practice all over from scratch, I decided to figure out this whole practice building thing once and for all. The alternative was a cubicle or a lifetime spent working a nine dollar-an-hour retail job, and I can’t think of better motivators than that.
I had one condition: at no point would I sell my soul to make a buck. Not even a little piece. Even life in a cubicle or retail store is better than that. So no shady arm twisting, no ego fluffing, no creepy contracts that obligated people to pay me exorbitant fees. I figured there had to be a way to grow a practice without feeling like a creepy used car salesman, right?
Turns out, (wow!), yes. Three months after I made my declaration to figure it all out, I had a full practice with a waiting list. So what happened between three years spent barely scraping by and three months to a waiting list? Was it voodoo? Did I meet a guru? Did I work myself to the bone day and night? Nope. Turns out it’s not as hard or as unpleasant as anyone thinks. I learned that success in one’s practice isn’t something that finds you; it’s something anyone can achieve. All it takes is some know-how, willingness to experiment, and the dedication to get out there and do it. Once I learned that practice building could actually be a very heart-centered and joyful activity, things came together very quickly.
After I had that realization, I looked around at many of my colleagues who had amazing work to share with the world but who were floundering, and my heart sank. We all have so much good stuff to offer people- truly life altering work- so why the abundance of side jobs and Ramen dinners in the holistic health world?
I’m reminded of an email I received once from an acupuncturist where she told me about how her school constantly repeated the mantra, “In 5 years, 50% of you won’t be working as acupuncturists anymore” to the students. That is all. They never followed that sentence with one that started, “so here’s how you can avoid being a part of that 50%…”
What is wrong with this picture? Why such a defeatist attitude? Is the assumption that people who studied acupuncture don’t actually care about acupuncture? That acupuncture doesn’t actually have much to offer people? That acupuncturists are lazy or flaky? Or could it maybe, just possibly, be because people who love what they do and are committed to sharing it with the world enter that whole private practice thing with little to no idea of how to do that successfully? Maybe? Ya think?
Ok, I’m ranting at the schools a bit, but the defeatist assumption is pretty pervasive in all of our fields and I want to see a change (and to those of you who run or teach at schools, I’ve got free- really free not “strings attached” free- practice building materials you can use in your curriculums, so get in touch at email@example.com and let’s get more graduates thriving together).
I know how valuable holistic care has been and continues to be in my life. I know what people are missing out on when they can’t find their way to your door. And I know what you’re missing out on when you can’t do the work you love because you can’t make a living doing it. I’m ready to see both practitioners and those who need their services thrive. I dream of a day when there’s a Starbucks-esque line coming out of every wellness center. I mean they only have coffee right? We have things like health and well-being.
And so I built the Practice Abundance Course. It’s the result of nearly ten years in practice, starting three practices from scratch, one free ebook Practice Building 101, one mega manuscript for a printed book, two years blogging about practice building, and lots of conversations with practitioners who felt just as helpless and hopeless as I did when I was starting out.
I designed it to be the FULL course that we missed out on, coupled with community warmth and support. It’s meant to be a college or graduate level course that deals with every nook and cranny of creating a successful and sustainable business out of the work you love with the least pain possible. I know no one is looking for a degree in marketing- this is about how to do it in a fluid, natural way.
Rachel had some nice stuff to say:
Working with Brooke through her Practice Abundance course is as delicious as a cup of gelato on a hot summer day! I opened my doors to my Rolfing practice in May and thanks to Brooke’s guidance with practice building, it has been the most effortless and passionate experience I could have ever imagined. I greatly look forward to reading her course postings whether it is about confronting my fears with money (which was an incredibly fun/silly exercise) or hearing about the pomodoro technique to help avoid procrastination. I feel understood when talking with her. I am so grateful for her wealth of knowledge and her witty sense of humor, both of which make it so easy to participate enthusiastically in the Practice Abundance course.
Rachel, Certified Rolfer
HOW IT ALL WORKS
I’m guessing that the majority of you haven’t participated in an online course (otherwise known as an Interactive Learning Environment, or ILE. It sounds super fancy, I know…) so I thought I’d take some time to explain how the whole thing works and the variety of ways you can use it. You can either watch the video tour, or read about it:
- Once you’ve registered, you’ll have a username and password. With this, you come back to this very same home page and enter them in the log in area which you can see in the upper right margin of this page.
- Once you type that in you click the snazzy “log in” button and you will be taken to the members only area of the website.
- In the members only area you’ll find all the good stuff: The course page has every module that I described in the outline and all the lessons that go with each module.
- The lessons will include written, audio, and video material and bonus material from other experts (designers, accountants, self-care gurus). You can use as much or as little as you need. However, the course is created with a very intentional order that is designed to give you the best shot at success. It’s not always about the “what” of things, but also about the “how” and “in what order”, so it’s all laid out for you to follow along step by step. Start to finish the course is designed to take people 3 months if they tackle a new lesson every couple of days.
- However, this does not mean you’re required to use the lessons this way. You’ll have weeks where you can dedicate more time to it, and weeks when you have less. It’s primarily designed for you to use it at your own pace. That’s the beauty of online learning.
- You can work things around your schedule and your monthly subscription keeps you connected to the course material and the community on the support calls.
- Speaking of the monthly subscription, you may be wondering what does the course cost? Good news, it’s designed to be super manageable so you can still pay your bills while you get your practice going. It’s a monthly payment of $21, so if you know you want to go for it, you can click the handy button below. If you want to read more, there’s plenty more to read!
Now that you have a handle on what you can expect from the course, you may be wanting a little more information on just who this person is who created it. I feel like the intention behind things is what really flavors the experience you’ll have, so I wanted to share a little more on why I decided to build this in the first place so that you can better decide if you want to learn from me.
Here’s a Cliff’s Notes guide:
- I found the world of integrative medicine when I was a totally broken down version of myself at the age of 22. I had had a birth injury which meant that those 22 years were full of chronic pain and confused MD’s who kept handing me prescriptions. By the time I discovered that there was this whole world of other options, I was at the end of my rope.
- What I discovered at the end of that rope when I got my first session was pretty dang stunning: I could get well! Who knew!?! Let me underscore this: 22 years spent suffering to some degree or another, and then in one session I had a dramatic improvement (the first dramatic improvement I had ever had). Kind of a big deal. Sorta felt like discovering an alternate universe. Then again, it was discovering an alternate universe.
- Four years after that first session I graduated as a Rolfing® practitioner, and headed into private practice to help other people heal as I had.
- My first practice was my “forged in the fire” three years in Napa, California where I struggled to get people to walk through the door. This period of time was so punishing (and I was so deeply clueless about breathing life into my own practice) that the experience had almost made me yet another statistic. You know, the graduate who never goes on to practice what they studied, that statistic. Painful stuff, but it planted the seed that I needed to figure out how to make it happen.
- My second practice was in Brooklyn, New York where I made up my mind to figure out this whole practice building thing and surprised the hell out of myself by filling my practice in three months, and tripling my income from the Napa days.
- My current practice in New Haven, Connecticut was full after one month of opening the doors and it continues to keep on humming along a year later. I’ve just added a partner in my practice since I can’t fill the demand myself (and I met her as a student in this course! Hooray!). I’ve been in practice for a total of ten years now.
- Throughout my years in practice I have continued to have one question that rings loudly through my head, “Why didn’t I know this existed sooner?! And why didn’t all these people who are suffering know more about the world of options that Complementary and Alternative Medicine has to offer sooner!?”
- After years of “the question” not going away, I decided that I would like to at least attempt to answer it and to see if I could offer my own version of a solution. As I pondered how to increase the visibility of integrative healthcare, I thought about the nearly universal struggle that so many practitioners face when they graduate in trying to grow their practices. This is one of the problems that makes for far fewer practitioners in the world doing their good work, and if we don’t have enough people offering these options for people, then we can never reach that tipping point where everyone has a team of holistic providers that they rely on to stay well. In other words, far too many people will still wind up asking themselves “the question”.
- In March of 2010 Practice Abundance was born and we’ve currently helped many people on their way to thriving practices. I’m not going to do the slimy guru thing and wave big checks in your face: “Take my course and you can make millions in your practice just like I did!!!” Ick. My head spins and my hands ache when I think of how many Rolfing® clients I’d need to see each year to make millions. That’s not me. However, I can tell you that the course is 100% dedicated to helping you to define what success means for you, and helping you to get there without having to wear any kind of mask. This is not a one-size-fits-all course.
Caroline had some nice stuff to say:
I really love what your doing for our field. I get so ticked that our schools didn’t set us up for business success, instead throughout school I was constantly told, “In five years, atleast 50% of you won’t be working as an acupuncturist anymore.” Well thanks, can we do something about it….what a joke.So, that being said, there is a real need for what you’re doing. I loved the course, it’s everything and more that you didn’t get from school.
Caroline, AP, DOM
In the spirit of helping you to decide if this course is for you, here’s a “Should You?” and a “Should You Not?” list, as well as addressing some of the most common concerns I hear from people. Nothing is a fit for everybody, so this is my attempt to help clarify if Practice Abundance might be just what you’re looking for, or something that’s going to waste your time on the way to just what you’re looking for.
- If you are exhausted from trying to fan the embers of a dwindling practice.
- If you’re just starting out and feel totally daunted about how to run your practice and get people through the door.
- If you’re pissed off that you spent a bunch of money on an education that you loved and really cared about, only to find that you can’t manage to pay your monthly bills doing the thing that you were trained to do (and love!).
- If you’re tired of working side jobs to support your practice (which is increasingly feeling like a hobby).
- If you don’t like flying solo and you want to be connected to a group of fellow practitioners who can offer support around this whole private practice thing.
- If the number of clients you’re seeing each week makes you have a little anxiety seizure every time you think about it.
Then yes! I think you should sign up for the course. Honestly, it’s designed to address all these issues. Re-read the course outline and watch the video tour. Practice Abundance has got your back.
However… (otherwise known as SHOULD YOU NOT?)
- If you’re wondering why you ever studied your modality in the first place.
- If you would prefer to have a job with a steady paycheck and aren’t interested in going into practice for yourself.
- If you read over the course outline and thought, “Not much new here for me, I think I’m good.”
- If you have a desk/closet/house/storage unit filled with inspiring and helpful resources that you’ve never put to use and you know you won’t use any of the Practice Abundance material either. (And if this is you, please read The War of Art by Steven Pressfield. It might change your life.)
Here are the three biggest concerns I hear from people who fit into the “I Should” camp:
1. “I’m not sure if I’m ready for this/have time for this.”
The course material is dripped out at the rate of one new lesson every couple of days so that people won’t fall prey to information overload, and so they feel like they have a regular rhythm to fall into with the material. That said, you don’t have to do it this quickly! Loads of people make their way through the course more slowly. It’s designed to be whatever works best for you. We’re flexible like that. But e ven if you dedicate one hour PER WEEK to the course material, you’ll get through it faster than you imagine and be implementing what you learn very quickly. And I know we all have busy lives, boy howdy do I relate to that one, but we can all pretty much carve out one hour per week. Especially when that one hour is dedicated to getting our practice going. You know, that thing you trained to do because you believe in it passionately and you want it to be your career? That? Yeah, it’s important.
As for being ready for the course. we’ve had students who were still in school for their modality, and students who have been in practice for 20 years. I’ve gotten tons of feedback from both camps and the people who took the course when they were still students tell me that it prepared them to kick things off in the real world vastly better than their school did, and that they attribute their success to being ahead of the game. Those who had been in practice for 20 years wish they had taken it 20 years ago. Who doesn’t love feeling confident and being ahead of the game? I don’t know that there is such a thing as “too soon”.
2. “I’m afraid I won’t follow through”
I’ve carefully and very intentionally created each lesson to walk you step-by-step from point A to point Z. It has been designed to maximize your ability to digest it and then utilize it.
Yes, if you don’t follow through, you’ll have no one to blame but yourself. But I designed the course to make the follow through part easy. And you’ll never know unless you try.
However, if you know for sure that you won’t follow through or can’t follow through right now then skip it. Knowing you won’t use the material and signing up for the course anyway is the best definition of setting yourself up to fail (and to flagellate yourself) that I can think of. So honor your knowing.
Dawn had some nice things to say:
3. “I don’t know if I can afford this.”
The pricing structure for Practice Abundance used to be one large lump sum, because I really had to limit the number of students who enrolled in each round of the class. This made the “I don’t know if I can afford this.” issue much more real and prickly. But good news! Since then I’ve streamlined how the whole thing works so that the course can serve more people, and with that also comes the no-brainer price of $21 a month. That is oh so very much less than a gym membership, and in this case what you get in return for that small monthly amount is a thriving practice, and ongoing support to help you get there (rather than just a deep-seated hatred of treadmills…)
There is no sneak attack where you secretly sign up to pay $21 a month for all of eternity (enter evil laugh: Bwah ah ah!). You just pay as you go, and opt out when you feel like you don’t need the support of the course anymore. The information is dripped out to help you better digest it at the pace of about one new lesson every two days, making it about 3 months to get through the curriculum. But after that it’s just up to you whether you think the support and access to the material is worth it. No tricks. Really.
So seriously, as you listen to crickets chirp in your office, and you watch the tumbleweeds blow by, and you wonder when the churning anxiety in the pit of your stomach will go away, does $21 a month really seem all that daunting? Really?
By the way, I get it that this is suspiciously cheap (as in, will the material be any good, cheap). In the business/marketing world there’s a lot of hoopla about not charging too little for your work so that it’s not undervalued (and the same goes for us in our practices), however in this case I just don’t want to jack up the price. So I’m ignoring their advice. I do this because I’m serious when I say it breaks my heart to see how universally those of us who are in private practice in the complementary and alternative healthcare fields struggle to make a good living at what we do. I’m also serious when I say I created this course because I honestly believe that if more of us are thriving in our practices, then more people are getting and staying well and that, my friends, can change the world. My primary goal here isn’t money, it is helping and having an impact.
And there is a full 30 days to test drive it. If after that you want your money back, it’s all yours. For real. Just send me and email and I’ll get you refunded pronto.
Tonia had some nice things to say:
Love your style, love your ideas, LOVE LOVE LOVE the re-frame of the why I’m doing what I’m doing. Bang on! Even just changing my mind set about that has changed the patient flow in positive way. Thank you for what you’re doing!
Tonia, Naturopathic Physician and Acupuncturist
- Practice Abundance is an online course that is dedicated to helping you to thrive in your practice with a course curriculum that has everything you need to know to grow your practice, AND a monthly group support call.
- It’s priced at the no-brainer super cheap rate of $21 a month.
- The course material takes just shy of 3 months if you tackle one new lesson every couple of days.
- However, you get to go through it at the pace that works for you.
- We’re keeping it cheap with a monthly subscription price, you can opt out any time, AND offer a full refund within 30 days if you want it.
- If you’ve read this far, my friend, you really care about getting your practice happening (that or you think I’m a spectacular writer, but I’m guessing it’s the former).
- So what’s stopping you? No really- what questions are lingering? Feel free to email them to firstname.lastname@example.org