Video Course: Better Business Agreements

Don Dillon

There are tremendous opportunities for clinic owners and associating practitioners to share resources and expand business opportunities in a working relationship. The associate enjoys low start-up costs, overflow business, and established business location and reputation. The clinic owner can expand hours and types of service, scale expenses proportionately, and build capital for expansion, contingency, and professional development. Yet many practitioner-owner relationships end in resentment and lost income. Why? There are a number of logical errors the typical massage agreement is built on that doom the relationship to eventual failure. Join Don Dillon as he outlines five common errors in forming a massage business agreement and how you can correct these before it's too late.

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Don Dillon
Donald Dillon, RMT, is a practitioner, author, and speaker. He has lectured across Canada, with dozens of his articles appearing in Canadian, American, and Australian massage publications. Dillon is the recipient of four awards from the Ontario Massage Therapist Association, One Concept's Massage Therapist of the Year 2012, and he is one of the founding members of Massage Therapy Radio. His website,, provides a variety of resources for massage therapists. Learn more at
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