Whether your business is completely online or not, it's important to have an online presence. Putting your business name, your name, and your face everywhere you can- from business cards to social media profiles and more- the more you will draw in clients who know you and know your business.
It's also important to hone in on the things you can commit to long term. Don't try to go for ten social media platforms at once, but choose one or two that you know you can follow through on consistently throughout the week.
To uncover what consistency means for you, try this journal exercise. Take five to fifteen minutes to sit down and write out what consistency means to you, and list out practical steps you can take to show up for your business this week. If you need help, here's a few prompts to get you started:
What can you commit to doing consistently for your business? Make a list of all the things you want to do, and create a plan for the week. When will you post on social media? When will you do a sales pitch? Where will you post a flyer or share a business card?
As you explore what consistency means for you and your business, be on the lookout for any limiting beliefs that pop up. Fear may sneak into your mindset as you start to make clearer commitments to yourself and to your business. Those limiting beliefs are showing you where you can grow and improve, and releasing what's holding you back can only benefit yourself and your business.
When you show up for yourself and your business, you tell your potential clients that you are reliable, trustworthy, and ready to support them. Developing that consistency is the key to gaining your client's trust and building the Reiki business of your dreams.
In love and light,
ReikiCafe University Founder and President