Business or hobby: Accept the difference

Businees or hobby? Accept the difference

If you want to make a living from hypnotherapy you have to develop business acumen. That means some people may not qualify for your services—though I try to allocate a portion of my time each year to pro bono service. If you insist on serving everyone who calls, know that only a hobbyist can afford that luxury, and enjoy it. What will it be for you? Hobby or Business?

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Your hypnotherapy practice: Is it business or hobby?

Part 1, Introduction; Part 2, Appropriate fee; Part 3, Close the sale; Part 4, Get the money up front; Part 5, Swap hats

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