Practice tools

Grow your practice with the right tools for developing yourself, marketing your practice, and attracting more clients.

This is an ever-growing list of tools, people and other resources for growing your practice. Here’s the deal: We’ve looked into everything that appears on this page – if we don’t think it’s worth using, we don’t put it here. Period.

If you know of a product or service that should be here but isn’t, or if you are one that should be here, be sure to let us know! -Dan

Practice Abundance

Practice Abundance is an online course and community founded by practitioner Brooke Thomas. The best part of PA is that Brooke has walked the talk. She’s built three practices from scratch in three different states, and filled at least one of them in 90 days.

There are a few things that make Practice Abundance special:

  • Once you’re in, you have lifetime access. You won’t be cut you off or hit up for new fees at any point.
  • The course material takes just shy of 3 months if you go through it at the (fairly quick) pace that lessons are dripped out. BUT, you get to go through it at the pace that works for you.
  • The support forum and hotline are there so that you can get the support and community you need.

What’s extra cool is that this is a pay-what-you-can course! So no excuses about not being able to afford the insight and support you need on the business side of practice.

iContact Email Newsletters

Email newsletters for your practiceiContact is our top recommended tool for sending our email newsletters to your client base. Lots of great templates, subscribe forms for your website, and more. If you’ve been procrastinating on getting a newsletter started, or are struggling trying to do one “by hand”, our guess is this will make your life a lot easier.

You can read our more detailed review here, or get a 15-day free trial here. Most small-to-medium sized practitioners will spend less than $20 a month. In our experience, you can pay for the whole year in your first newsletter.

Update: We’ve also been playing with MailChimp, which is free for most practices. It’s a bit more robust, but also harder to use. Worth trying, though, if free is what you need.


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