27 min

Massage Therapist Business Goals Life Beyond The Massage Table: A Podcast for Health & Wellness Businesses

    • Health & Fitness

This next series of episodes is going to talk about realistic, achievable business strategies that, when all put together, allow you to keep working as a massage therapist for many years to come.

Over this set of five episodes, we’re going to talk about financial factors, business planning, setting boundaries within your business, tools, and technology you can use to make your life easier, and the importance of taking time for your own self-care.

Today we are talking about setting business goals. We are discussing:

What are business goals, exactly?
The concept of SMART goals
Figuring out what your Enough number is in terms of income
The importance of setting realistic goals that fit both your career and life.

This is the first episode in my short series on How to Stay a Massage Therapist for the Long Haul. Show notes are now available for all episodes at happylittlebiz.com/show-notes/

This next series of episodes is going to talk about realistic, achievable business strategies that, when all put together, allow you to keep working as a massage therapist for many years to come.

Over this set of five episodes, we’re going to talk about financial factors, business planning, setting boundaries within your business, tools, and technology you can use to make your life easier, and the importance of taking time for your own self-care.

Today we are talking about setting business goals. We are discussing:

What are business goals, exactly?
The concept of SMART goals
Figuring out what your Enough number is in terms of income
The importance of setting realistic goals that fit both your career and life.

This is the first episode in my short series on How to Stay a Massage Therapist for the Long Haul. Show notes are now available for all episodes at happylittlebiz.com/show-notes/

27 min

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