Library

A few weeks ago I attended a social gathering of holistic practitioners. The conversation drifted (as it often does in such groups) to how to “get more clients” and make a sustainable living.

My companions were compassionate souls who truly want to make a difference in the world. But as I listened, I could hear echoes of the shadow projections and fears of the business. Things like:

  • Holistic services are considered too “woo-woo” and people aren’t interested
  • Practitioners feel like there’s a scarcity of clients, and are afraid to work with other practitioners because they might lose business

As we embark on the adventure of building a business, let’s start by scouting the terrain. By looking at the latest demographics and psychographics on the people we seek to serve, maybe we can begin to dispel these myths and begin our journey unafraid.

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Electronic Library: Besides JSTOR, Proquest and EEBO, Kepler has links to many digitized collections found throughout the web. These are available to individuals who have subscribed to the library.

On-site Library: Thanks to generous donations by many, Kepler has a large collection of books and periodicals. For a small fee, we will search for articlesand either scan and e-mail or photocopy and mail them via US postal service, unless doing so infringes on copyright laws.

Marion D. March Online Research Library (start any time)
$60.00