Monthly Archives: October 2018

The importance of a call to action

This blog has been written by Richard Daniel Curtis, The Root Of It. I see thousands of pieces of marketing literature, from websites, leaflets, emails, posters and social media posts. Most of them perform badly and fail to attract new … Continue reading

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Animals and Children

Although WC Fields reckoned you should never work with animals or children, I’ve been exploring the benefits of working with both lately. One of the great advantages of working in private practice is that you can make up your own … Continue reading

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8 Top Tips On How To Build a Successful Private Practice

Starting in private practice can be a daunting challenge, but is also a very exciting opportunity with very rewarding outcomes. I think it’s fair to say, being a talented and skilled counsellor /psychotherapist (mastery) is only half the battle – … Continue reading

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What’s your time worth?

Do you ever find yourself rushed off your feet – trying to juggle appointments with answering the phone and taking client bookings? For many busy practices and practitioners, trying to do everything at once can actually result in fewer appointments … Continue reading

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Don't make insurance mistakes with your business

We tackle some of the most common misconceptions people have about their business insurance. Make sure you don’t make them. 1. Thinking you don’t need insurance  People commonly think that if they don’t charge for a service or they are … Continue reading

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