There is a conversation in the health community  that has been going on for a long time about making money that health practitioners shouldn’t be making money.  

While we want to help people, the purpose of having a business is to make money and not suffer putting in 80+ hours a week.

If you want to serve and help others, you need to help yourself first.  You need to be realistic about what the financial needs are of your business to not just keep your business afloat, but to pay yourself a monthly salary that can meet your basic financial needs.

Because of the taboo of making money in the health industry, a lot of health practitioners are reluctant to charge what they are worth.  You have to be okay with raising your prices. When someone is paying more they are going to be more committed to doing the work to get the results.

If you have a problem with people making money, you are going to have a problem making money.

If you want help making the money you deserve to make, go to and let’s have a conversation.

In This Episode I discuss:

00:00 – 04:15 — Introducing Today’s Episode

04:15 – 08:00 — Meeting Your Basic Monthly Financial Needs

08:00 – 15:40 — Getting Committed Clients Who Will Do The Work and Get Results

15:40 – 16:30 — Drink Your Own Kool-Aid

16:30 – 19:37 — Don’t Resist What You Want

19:37 – 21:37 — Wrap Up With Yuri


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What You Missed

Is email marketing dead? If you think it is, get ready for a reality check.

No doubt, email marketing has changed quite a bit over the years and it’s a tool so many health practitioners have chosen to overlook.

Through a weird technical glitch, our emails were reaching spam boxes instead of inboxes.  And by accident, we experienced just how dead email can be.

The only time email marketing is dead, is when you don’t use it.

Yes, while there are nuances to email marketing such as using an effective email subject line that will get someone to open the email, adding value, the offer in the email, the length of the email, etc., and even with all these nuances, email marketing is not dead.

If you have an email list and you’re not sending email, you absolutely must start sending emails.

It’s low hanging fruit and a great tool to use to get patients into your health clinic.

If you’d like some help with your email marketing and helping attract more clients and patients go to and we can set up a call and talk about your business.