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20 m a s s a g e & b o d y w o r k n o v e m b e r / d e c e m b e r 2 0 1 7 best practices BUSINESS SIDE Author note: Hello, readers! Kristin Coverly here with a bit of sad news; this will be Les Sweeney's last Business Side column as a regular contributor. After coauthoring 30 columns with him, I'll become a solo writer and he's back to focusing on his day job—being president of ABMP. Even though we'll miss him and his incredible wit, charm, pop culture references, and sound business advice, don't worry—you haven't seen the last of him yet. We're pretty sure he'll chime in from time to time as a guest coauthor on future columns. As this is his last formal column, he kept the keyboard to himself to share one last irreverent take on business. Enjoy! I've been writing this business column for the past five years with my friend, colleague, massage therapist, and inspiration, Kristin Coverly, and it's been a lot of fun. However, as we all know, there are few guarantees in life—one of which is that all good things come to an end. I'm not going anywhere, but you'll only get my wisdom(?) on occasion, which means more Kristin, which means a better column. Find Your Own Creative Recipe for a Successful Practice Let These Half-Baked Ideas Inspire You By Les Sweeney

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