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So, is the customer always right? Well...

I bet you’ve heard the phrase “the customer is always right”. It seems to be something that gets repeated when we’re not happy with a product or service, especially in the food and retail words. Well, that phrase was originally used in the early 1900’s by folks… read

Five Tips for Flying Solo

This week I wanted to follow up on the last article about the reality of being your own boss. So let’s say you read that and you’re now thinking you do, indeed, want to fly solo and run your own clinic or practice. Ok! In my own career… read

A reality check on being the boss

We tend to idealize things. At least, this seems to be a trend. Maybe because working in health and wellness makes you think a lot about helping people get closer to their ideal selves - stronger, fitter, healthier, happier. We then apply this to our businesses. We think the ideal… read

Wondering about my Build Your Own website ecourse?

The 2017 version of my Build Your Own Website (for health & wellness) e-course is here! Registration is open until April 24, 2017, then I'll be closing her down so I can focus on helping everyone with their websites. This year’s version is updated with brand new content to… read

How the heck do I write good copy for my website?

This is a question I get a lot from my clients. It’s understandable! After all, most people are not used to doing a lot of writing. Sure, maybe you wrote some essays in school, or you’re used to doing short updates on social media. But writing for a… read

Get smart about your continuing education.

Life-long learning should be an essential part of any career, not just for those in health care. But of course, there is that required component of being a regulated health practitioner - that is, the requirement to get CEUs, or Continuing Education Units. I see RMTs talking about this a… read