Building a successful hand reading practice

building a successful palm reading, hand reading or hand analysis practice.
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Most hand readers also have day jobs on the side.

They’re teachers or office workers during the week, doing their “real work” or love job part-time. There’s nothing wrong with this. In fact, some people argue that this is how to avoid healer burnout.

Is it really possible to this this as a full time job?

In a few hours I’ll interview Richard Unger on this topic. Richard is founder of the International Institute of Hand Analysis and author of LifePrints.
Richard has had a successful fulltime practice reading hands for over 40 years.

How did he do it? What pitfalls has he learnt about en route that he can share with the rest of us?

Register for this call here. The replay will be up in Earth School archives.

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