When someone accuses you of doing the Devil’s work, simply quote 1 Corinthians 12-14
“7 But the manifestation of the Spirit is given to every man to profit withal.
8 For to one is given by the Spirit the word of wisdom; to another the word of knowledge by the same Spirit;
9 To another faith by the same Spirit; to another the gifts of healing by the same Spirit;
10 To another the working of miracles; to another prophecy; to another discerning of spirits; to another divers kinds of tongues; to another the interpretation of tongues:
11 But all these worketh that one and the selfsame Spirit, dividing to every man severally as he will.”
Some corporations definitely hire remote viewers.
Well, heck, if they don’t they are missing out on a valuable tool.
Now, I have my investment banker / start-up consultant hat on for this comment. You see, I know that nearly every company eventually loses … yes, loses … an important piece of equipment or something that is not good to lose.
Some remote viewers specialize in just this sort of problem.
I also know that many companies have a need to find a certain individual, for whatever reason, and just can’t seem to locate the person.
I also know that many companies wish they knew more about their competitors. A remote viewer scanning the competitor can learn quite a lot.
Here’s the thing: Remote viewing is about 80% accurate if done well. Accuracy depends on the RVer.
However I would think your major hurdle would be in educating comanies of your value. I’ll bet there are some CEOs out there right now wondering how to get in touch with a remote viewer, and whether they should do that.
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The first thing you should do in designing your marketing campaign is to develop your brand. We have an excellent article about this posted on YourPsychicServicesBusiness.com.
Developing a brand helps you know what you are marketing and who is likely to be influenced by your marketing. Once you know that, you can place your marketing efforts where your target customer will see them. Those might include at Psychic Fairs, party supply stores (if you also do readings at parties), community events like Farmer’s Markets, or online Psychic Services Industry portals like our own ChooseAPsychic.com
It boils down to the old supply and demand situation. A celebrity psychic has only so many hours to devote to client readings, so it becomes essentially an auction for those hours. Some people are so desperate to get a reading from that celebrity psychic that they will pay almost any amount to secure that precious time slot.
This brings up the question of whether celebrity psychics are worth the money.
There are many independent psychics that have as much ability or more than celebrity psychics. However, since those independent practitioners haven’t been publicized via television and radio shows, their time isn’t in as much demand so people aren’t desperate to pay as much as it costs to secure a reading.
Marketing is the key to more people wanting a reading from you, which is why we created http://www.YourPsychicServicesBusiness.com to help you professionally manage your business, and http://www.ChooseAPsychic.com to help you advertise your business.
If you are trying to start a psychic consultancy, which is what readings actually are, getting clients is a matter of creating a business image and marketing it. We go into this in greater depth at our site http://www.YourPsychicServicesBusiness.com, but in brief, decide what you do well and develop a value proposition to use in your marketing. For example: If you like to do readings on relationships, you might want to emphasize that in your marketing by stating something as simple as “Confused about your relationships? I specialize in relationship readings!” Are you good with details? “I specialize in giving highly detailed readings.”
A great way to attract new clients is to offer your services at local fundraising events or club meetings. A simple ad in Craig’s List stating that you are available for parties, fundraising events and club meetings will attract inquiries. State your value proposition: “Your guests will be talking about how they loved your party for years!” Or, “Everyone is watching paranormal television shows. I can give an exciting and thought-provoking demonstration to your club meeting that will have everyone talking for months!”
Of course, you should charge for these appearances, but even if you are working for free just to raise awareness of your business, make sure you bring business cards, brochures and offer a special deal such as a discount for anyone interested in a reading. Pass around a sign-up sheet and put those names and contact information into your email mailing list. Hold a drawing for a free reading. People who don’t win will be more likely to call you for an appointment if you offer a new-client discount.