How do you describe just what you do? How to do you explain EFT to people in a way that they will quickly understand and relate to? Your elevator speech is how you explain what you do and you need to people able to do it simply and powerfully. In this EFT Mastering Business Acumen… Read More »
EFT Business and Marketing
Alina Frank, EFT trainer and mentor, demonstrates with a young professional woman how EFT Tapping can be used quickly and effectively to resolve blocks to money and financial possibility by learning how to tap through your money blocks and associated negative past experiences.
Studies show that if you’re an average American, you know about 300 – 600 people; 10-25 of them you may trust and have only 1-2 close confidants. So, to have a thriving EFT practice, it’s likely that you are going to have to reach out and market yourself to people you don’t know. The ease… Read More »
Alina Frank and Dr.Craig Weiner talk about how to design your EFT Practice and how to put into practice your design. Just how do you uniquely create your own practice that is individual, original, authentic and successful? How do you implement your vision in a real and practical way. Your EFT practice has been designed… Read More »
Alina Frank and Dr.Craig Weiner talk about competence vs. confidence. How does that affect your EFT tapping practice? Whose opinion are you more interested in listening to: a professional who is more confident in what they are saying about their skills or one who is has a greater skill level but comes across less confident?… Read More »
In our EFT MBA (Mastering Business Acumen) program, our EFT coaches approach the idea of giving a public presentations with some apprehension. They want to know what the key elements are in communicating about EFT effectively. Public speaking is a well known source of anxiety. Constructing a talk that simultaneously satisfies an audience’s curiosity, soothes… Read More »
Working on Yourself is a Must if You Want to Succeed in the EFT Business. Without it, you will be less effective and more vulnerable to the emotional swings of vicarious or secondary trauma. A few weeks ago I had a very upset client come into my office to tell me off! I rent an office inside the East West Bookshop in Seattle one day each week. I began seeing clients there when I had a consistent client base in the city. (We advocate keeping overhead expenses low when you first start your EFT business.) My practitioner suite is a private room in the back of the store with sliding name plates on the door; one has my name on it and the other reads “in session”. My door is kept open between sessions.
Whose opinion are you more interested in listening to: a professional who is more confident in what they are saying about their skills or one who is has a greater skill level but comes across less confident? You may be surprised at what the research shows. Most importantly is how this choice relates to your… Read More »
Alina Frank and Craig Weiner of the EFT MBA podcast explore how it’s possible to dream big when you are having a hard time paying the bills and the outlook is bleak. How are you supposed to maintain your vision for what is possible when you seem to keep running into roadblocks.