Our philosophy is simple: successful practitioners make strong professions. And the best time to  plant the seeds of practice success is during our education.

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2. Download Our Free Student Success Manifesto

The Gift: 7 Practice Success Ideas for Students & Educators is a free ebook designed to help your students engage in the idea that they’re going to be in business. It’s a short, accessible and enjoyable read,  and you can distribute it freely to your students.

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3. Make Our Books Available In Your School

The Practitioner’s Journey is available through most book channels, including NACSCORP. If you have any trouble finding stock for your campus bookstore, contact us at (705)331-0197, or info@practitionersjourney.com.

If you’d like a review copy, just let us know. We’d be happy to send one over!

4. Inspire Your Students and Faculty with Speaking & Coaching

We love to speak. In fact, we’re hard to shut up. :) To arrange guest lectures or student coaching at your school, contact us at (705)331-0197, or info@practitionersjourney.com.

5. Transform Your Teaching Clinic

The same principles that make practices successful out in the “real” world can transform your teaching clinic. Contact us anytime to discuss how your clinic can reach more people, build better practitioners, and become a greater revenue source in your institution.


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