Being a massage therapist is a great business to be in, making people feel better, caring for them and knowing that your clients are always pleased to see you.
But at what cost? Do you afford yourself the same level of care and attention?
Do other aspects of running a business such as marketing, branding, networking and accounting make you want to scream, shout and tear your hair out in despair because there is little in the way of good business advice out there specifically for those in the complementary therapy professions?
Kathy Scott has been a massage therapist for a number of years and runs her own corporate massage business….