How ready are you for the new year? While everyone is focusing on new beginnings, the new year is the perfect time for lightworkers and spiritual healers to introduce a new service to their customers.
If you’re a psychic, maybe you introduce a workshop series. If you’re a Reiki practitioner, maybe you offer healing Webinars on the Internet. If you are a yoga practitioner, maybe you start selling yoga supplies. The idea is to get into the energy and spirit of expansion. Your lightworker business should be evolving and expanding so that more people can be touched through your services.
How to determine the healing service you will offer
If you’re not sure what you can offer, think about your own interests and any areas that you are passionate about that you have not delved into professionally. The service doesn’t have to be a logical fit to your current services. For example, a Reiki practitioner can also offer law of attraction coaching if that is another area that she or he is passionate about. Chances are some of your clients will share that passion. In some cases, you may find that you’re already offering another service that you can flesh out. For example, if you often cook conscious and healthy snacks to serve for your workshops, you might offer a conscious cooking class as an additional service in the new year.
Another way to figure out what other services you can offer is to survey your current clients. You don’t even have to do a formal survey. You can simply ask your clients what other services they would be interested in receiving from you.
You may need to get training or some type of certification to offer your new service depending on what you decide to do. However, chances are there is a service that you can add to our arsenal that you’re entirely ready to offer today.
Let clients know about your new offerings
Once you determine what services you will be offering, let all of your clients know by updating your Web site, sending a notice to your email list, and sharing the information when any clients come for services. You might also offer special reduced pricing on the new service to give clients an incentive to try it out. Tie your marketing messages in with the idea of new beginnings, but make sure your clients know you will still be offering the services that they currently come to you for.
One of the best things about being an entrepreneur is that you can constantly create and build onto your current success. Take advantage of that by pressing on in a new direction and consciously evolving your business.