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 of offering of EFT worldwide via telecommunication systems makes your “tapping reach” instantly international.
There is no need to limit your practice to the people you know in your community. So what are EFT MBA’s Top Eight Tips to creating a worldwide EFT practice?
Tune in to EFT MBA Radio with hosts Alina Frank and Dr Craig Weiner and find out!
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HOSTS: Alina Frank and Dr. Craig Weiner are the creators of the Mastering Business Acumen (MBA) for EFT Coaches Radio Program and the EFT MBA Coaching program. They are a wife and husband team who are living their dream on an island in the Pacific Northwest. They’re both professional EFT trainers and mentors who are dedicated to providing tools to support EFT practitioners in creating thriving practices that have great impacts on the world. They’ve been successfully self-employed in the healing arts for a combined total of over 40 years and in addition to training individuals in the EFT Levels 1,2 and 3, they facilitate the courses which they developed including “EFT and Money” and “The Manifestation Wheel.” Through EFT TappingTraining.com they are committed to the continuing education of EFT practitioners by offering specialty trainings, articles, audios and videos created to support the spread of EFT worldwide. You can contact us any time for a free 15 minute consultation regarding our courses or our mentoring services by emailing alina[email protected]
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