Monthly Archives: February 2010

The biggest step in goal setting is the smallest step. The smallest step is also the most significant, for without it, there is no attainment of the big goals. What is the Big Step? The first step! You have all heard, “The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.” So what is thisContinue Reading

Everything of substance that mankind has ever created began the same way. First there was the idea, then the vision, and finally the plan. Every building, every bridge, every book, every painting, every musical masterpiece has the same genesis. Likewise, so has every enduring business. The Big Reach is about planning. As mentioned in earlierContinue Reading

Once you know your Big Why, it is time to THINK BIG! What does your dream practice look like? Most people answer this in terms of how many sessions they’re doing. So let’s explore that first. Let’s say that your big dream is to be doing 30 sessions a week. How long could you sustainContinue Reading

Just recently, Sid Duncan of Massage Magazine posted this question, “What priority should money be in a Massage Practice?” It sparked a wonderful thread with close to 50 responses. Some talked about how money has to be the number one priority because we have to pay bills. Others thought that care of the client shouldContinue Reading

We all have the ability to accomplish any and all goals we set for ourselves. So why do we not accomplish our goals? Over the next few days, we’re going to explore goals, their importance, their attainment and what blocks our success. Mark McCormack, in his book, “What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard BusinessContinue Reading