The BodyworkBiz Retirement package is only available for a few more days, so check it out and get it now. We’re both savvy enough to know that leaving it “til later” means “never” and you don’t want to miss out. And the pay what you can offer means there’s no excuse for not getting access to these awesome resources.
This is a “pay what you can” offer. That means you choose the price.
But some people are uncomfortable with that and have been writing to ask me what they should pay. These resources are worth well over $2,000 and I’ve suggested you pay just $199. It’s less than a 1/10th of what they are really worth. That is incredible value and is pretty much within anyone’s reach.
If you are really struggling financially, then pay $99.
If you are absolutely destitute, enter $20 to $50.
If you are homeless or can’t even afford to buy groceries, you can get it for $0. I’ve gone hungry at points in my life because I couldn’t afford to buy groceries, so I understand.
I just ask you to be honest and pay what you can, not a low-ball price because you’re cheap. I’m doing this to help therapists who sincerely want to change their life circumstances, transform their business and touch more lives. I’m not doing this for tire kickers or curiosity seekers.
If you used this pricing structure for your own clients, you’d want them to be honest.
A little self-reflection…
This offer has been an interesting exercise because it makes me, and hopefully you, think about what has value in your life. Most therapists are willing to pay $700+ per year for their cable TV package (that’s the average cost), but therapist surveys show that most therapists spend less than that on marketing their practices each year. That means most therapists value entertainment and distraction more than building a solid client base and a firm financial future for themselves and their families. Is it no wonder that the average therapist makes under $20,000 per year?
How about you? Where do you put your resources? Where do you spend your time, energy and money? What’s really important to you?
Personally, I believe in investing in myself and my goals. I attended two events related to book publishing last year. They weren’t cheap and I debated whether to make the investment. Between travel and the cost of these two trainings, I probably invested about $10,000. But as a result, I was able to write, format, publish a book and get it to the number one best seller list on Amazon within a couple weeks. I feel confident that I can do that over and over again predictably and I will. Furthermore, I can charge $5,000 to $10,000 to help other aspiring authors do the same. Do you think I’d be able to do that after watching a few free videos and reading some free articles online? Of course, not. I made a real investment and got a real return on my investment.
The sad thing is that most therapists don’t recognize the value of investing in themselves and their businesses. As a result they struggle with frustration and financial uncertainty each day or end up working for minimum wage at a franchise or in jobs completely unrelated to massage.
If you are not successful in your practice it’s because you have not invested sufficiently. I urge you to invest in your business education. If you don’t like my approach there are others in the profession that are qualified to help you. For example Irene Diamond, Laura Allen and Felicia Brown are a few that come immediately to mind. They are all awesome humans, business consultants and educators who offer great business resources.
So I encourage you to do a little self-reflection this week. Think about how you invest your time, energy and money and whether those investments are being used in the best way possible to help you reach your life goals.
All the best,