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What would you be thinking about if you were a business major rather than an acupuncturist? Points to ponder offers some concepts about the nuts and bolts of business to allow acupuncturists (and other complementary care practitioners) to focus on. Points isn't an instruction manual on how to run a business. It's more a guide for the kinds of things an acupuncturist needs to think about when creating a business, from the first moments of choosing a business name to the thinking about retirement.

Bonnie Koenig, LAc has been a licensed acupuncturist since 1999. She's been running a business since that same year, not always successfully. It wasn't until creating her own publishing company and finding help running a company that relies on products that she began to see where her mistakes were in running her service oriented company. Points to Ponder highlights those areas she wished she had more help with.

 


What would you be thinking about if you were a business major rather than an acupuncturist? Points to ponder offers some concepts about the nuts and bolts of business to allow acupuncturists (and other complementary care practitioners) to focus on. Points isn't an instruction manual on how to run a business. It's more a guide for the kinds of things an acupuncturist needs to think about when creating a business, from the first moments of choosing a business name to the thinking about retirement.

Bonnie Koenig, LAc has been a licensed acupuncturist since 1999. She's been running a business since that same year, not always successfully. It wasn't until creating her own publishing company and finding help running a company that relies on products that she began to see where her mistakes were in running her service oriented company. Points to Ponder highlights those areas she wished she had more help with.

 


What would you be thinking about if you were a business major rather than an acupuncturist? Points to ponder offers some concepts about the nuts and bolts of business to allow acupuncturists (and other complementary care practitioners) to focus on. Points isn't an instruction manual on how to run a business. It's more a guide for the kinds of things an acupuncturist needs to think about when creating a business, from the first moments of choosing a business name to the thinking about retirement.

Bonnie Koenig, LAc has been a licensed acupuncturist since 1999. She's been running a business since that same year, not always successfully. It wasn't until creating her own publishing company and finding help running a company that relies on products that she began to see where her mistakes were in running her service oriented company. Points to Ponder highlights those areas she wished she had more help with.

 


What would you be thinking about if you were a business major rather than an acupuncturist? Points to ponder offers some concepts about the nuts and bolts of business to allow acupuncturists (and other complementary care practitioners) to focus on. Points isn't an instruction manual on how to run a business. It's more a guide for the kinds of things an acupuncturist needs to think about when creating a business, from the first moments of choosing a business name to the thinking about retirement.

Bonnie Koenig, LAc has been a licensed acupuncturist since 1999. She's been running a business since that same year, not always successfully. It wasn't until creating her own publishing company and finding help running a company that relies on products that she began to see where her mistakes were in running her service oriented company. Points to Ponder highlights those areas she wished she had more help with.

 


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