Massage & Bodywork

May | June 2014

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26 m a s s a g e & b o d y w o r k m a y / j u n e 2 0 1 4 best practices Time Waits for No One Create a schedule that works for you and your practice By Les Sweeney, NCTM, and Kristin Coverly, RMT Last column, we talked about taxes, and we referenced time management (even stating how that might be a good idea for a column … hmm.). That got us thinking a little more about how successful practitioners manage their time. Time management is a challenge we all face, whether it's kids, work, leisure activities, you name it—how can we fit in everything we want to do? Well, we can't tell you exactly when to practice the cello or hone your Sudoku skills, but we thought we'd explore some scheduling dos and don'ts for a successful massage practice. BUSINESS SIDE

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