Here’s What’s Happened at BodyworkBiz (week of December 14th)

Thanks for the well wishes over these past two weeks. It’s been a month of reflection as my official career as a massage therapist ends December 31st. I’ve been posting on the blog regularly and I thought I’d just send you a list of recent posts so you can decide what you want to look at:

45372_463854011139_1599205_nThe BIG BodyworkBiz Retirement Sale – Time Sensitive

Of course, this is the big news: BodyworkBiz will be closing its doors as of December 31, 2014. I want to give all my loyal subscribers and customers a chance to get anything they’ve always wanted to get before it all goes away. Better yet, you can have pretty much everything that I’ve ever published for just $199. Yes, I mean everything: e-courses, videos, webinars, e-books, presentation kit, newsletters, etc. for just one payment of $199. You get everything you see on this page, which if bought individually would cost you over a couple thousand dollars.

http://eric.bodyworkbiz.com/2014/12/bodyworkbiz-retirement-sale/

2014-12-14_9-17-28A Plea to Help Your Fellow Therapists (or Yourself)…

I started BodyworkBiz as a “passion project” 15 years ago and never intended to make money with the site. After all, the browser had just come out five years earlier and I figured it would take another five years before any significant number of therapists started using the Internet. Take a look at this Facebook post that was made last week in one of the big massage groups (it’s shocking and sad, but not unexpected) and you’ll discover the reason why I started BodyworkBiz in the first place.

http://eric.bodyworkbiz.com/2014/12/a-plea-to-help-your-fellow-therapists/

praise2How Do You Respond to Praise?

This has been an interesting month as I’ve announced the closing of BodyworkBiz. I have a following of detractors, but I also have a following of people who appreciate the work I do. And many of the later have been contacting me or posting here in the blog or Facebook thanking me for my contributions to their practice and the profession. It feels a little uncomfortable for me and not just because the sentiments sound a little like a eulogy. (I’m not quite dead yet.) But I think this raises some questions in terms of how you respond when your clients thank you. Tell me what you think…

http://eric.bodyworkbiz.com/2014/12/how-do-you-respond-to-praise/

294724_f260Why I’m Really Quitting Massage…

I’m giving up my massage license and closing BodyworkBiz. It’s not a marketing ploy. It’s actually happening. Lots of rumors are circulating and I’m getting calls from old friends wondering if I’m dying or have just lost my mind. Here are my reasons for getting out of massage stated as simply as I know how. Check out the video of my son at the bottom of the post. I’m always surprised and amazed when he does that.

http://eric.bodyworkbiz.com/2014/12/why-im-quitting-massage/

2014-12-04_15-24-14Product Tours

Most therapists have had no idea as to the range of resources that have been available at BodyworkBiz over the years. So you know what you are getting when you purchase the Retirement Sale package, I’m doing short tours of some of the resources. I’ll produce a few more of these before the end of the month.

http://eric.bodyworkbiz.com/2014/12/why-isnt-your-website-showing-up-in-google/

http://eric.bodyworkbiz.com/2014/12/client-education-newsletters/

2014-12-17_15-21-45Repurposing (or How to Make One Thing Do Many Things)

People consume information in a thousand different ways. Now instead of simply publishing a print ad you need address the multitude of ways that people access information and find your business. For the small business owner, it’s hellish, but here’s one approach you can use to make the job easier. 

http://eric.bodyworkbiz.com/2014/12/repurposing/

BodyworkBiz is closing its doors December 31, 2014. Be sure to check out the BodyworkBiz Retirement Sale and pick up pretty much everything that has been produced on the site over the past 15 years – every course, client education newsletter, video, presentation kit, webinar and ebook – as part of a Retirement Sale package.

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Eric Brown of BodyworkBiz (an online massage business resource) also owns Thermal Palms, Relax to the Max, World Massage Conference and Massage Therapy Radio. Sign up for the free BodyworkBiz massage marketing newsletter at http://bodyworkbiz.com/newsletter.php
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