Yes, becoming a respected Reiki resource in your community will take effort and perseverance, but if you are strategic, it’s easier than you think.
If you decide to serve as a respected Reiki resource in your community — and it is a service — these 5 keys will help:
It’s time to get exposure. People need to see you. Go public not only with your message, but also with your presence.
Once people see you, they need to be able to reach you. If you are a professional, you need a basic website and online presence.
Do emails, voicemails and messages pile up unanswered? Are you still working last week’s backlog? People lose interest when you don’t respond quickly. Or they find someone else.
BE A COMMUNICATOR
Put your message in language meaningful to the people you want to reach. Communication is that simple.
If you want to reach people, be willing to reach, to s-t-r-e-t-c-h. As in stretch your patience. Expect people to have questions. Expect to hear different points of view. Expect to be misunderstood sometimes. See the value in each situation — and person. Be reasonable and welcome them.
You can go far with those five points. Would you like some strategy and guidance to move faster?
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