Pancakes Make Massage Therapists Happy

Sunday morning the Massage Therapists from five different Teams spent a couple of hours sharing secrets. Here’s the concept: in a very real way  Diana Charles  (Decatur Team) is not in competition with Priscilla Hollman (Marietta Square Team) who says she has referrals for Kimberlie Davis (Northlake Team) who got some tips from Terisha Tatter  (Sandy Springs Team) who showed  Joan Sinrich (Candler Park Team) how to use a Team Member’s business for her own benefit. 

What is this? Is it mentoring? Is it a MasterMind? Is is good for business?
We’ll watch.
We’ll find out.

Interested in getting together to brainstorm with the people in your classification? Tell me, in the comments, what you’d like to learn from them, and what you have to share.  This could be PowerCore:Going UP 

2 Responses to Pancakes Make Massage Therapists Happy
  1. Ingrid Richburg
    May 7, 2012 | 9:13 am

    This is an awesome example of networking. We all have something unique to offer and opportunities to learn when we meet other in our professions.

  2. Zach Porter
    May 24, 2012 | 7:23 am

    As a photographer, I find that networking with other photographers can be a great way to develop business and get referrals. When you photograph weddings and other events, people need you on a specific date so if you are already booked then you can refer to another professional that you trust. The potential client will appreciate being referred to your trusted colleague and that photographer will reciprocate in the future. Many times I may get a request for a photo assignment that is not a great fit for me but I know another photographer that is perfect for that job. With all this in mind I think it would be great to get together with the other photographers in PowerCore for a breakfast or lunch!

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