Category: Musings & Random Thoughts

LinkedIn: The Forgotten Social Media Tool

With all the focus on Facebook and Twitter for social media tools, LinkedIn is often forgotten. According to Guy Kawasaki, LinkedIn is one of the most powerful tools for business and career-building. According to Lewis Howes, it is the most powerful tool for building a small business or career. Three Powerful uses for LinkedIn: To […]
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A Legal View of Licensed Professional Sales of Dietary Supplements

Several years ago, it was common for licensed professionals, such as chiropractors, massage therapists, and other non-dietician professionals to offer nutritional supplements and diet programs to their clients. This raises conflict of interest and ethical concerns. The article linked below offers a legal insight into these practices. Link to article here.
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Vulnerability, Submission, Trust

Vulnerability. Submission. Trust. Those are the messages my little rescue foster dog sends when she lays on her back and shows her tummy. And I am gentle and I smile and I rub her tummy and tell her she is a good girl. And she is rewarded for her trust. How different I felt thinking […]
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5 Resources--Practicing Massage in COVID-19 pandemic

Here is some of the information I recently shared in a July newsletter. This newsletter is focused on licensing information, especially for those in Texas.  If you would be interested in receiving my newsletters, please head over to my contact page and sign up. Guidelines and Resources 1. Governor Abbott lifted the restriction on providing massage on […]
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Newsletter excerpts: Texas Massage Updates--July 2019

Here is some of the information I recently shared in a July newsletter. This newsletter is focused on licensing information, especially for those in Texas.  If you would be interested in receiving my newsletters, please head over to my contact page and sign up. Updates from Other States and Organizations that May Affect Texas   1. Gov. […]
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California passes a bill that could be game-changer in the Massage and spa world!

In a move to resolve controversies and lawsuits over compensating piece-rate workers, California passed an update to the Piece-rate legislation section of the Labor Code 9AB1513), which went into effect January 2016. This piece of legislation has the potential to be a game-changer for massage professionals, especially those working for large clinics as a commission or contract employee.
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