Astrologers have different strengths and talents in our personal toolboxes. Some of us are researchers, others are expert coaches, counselors, and therapists, still others are philosophers and spiritualists, and some indeed are writers and published authors. Not everyone has the ability and skill to write proficiently, but writing and blogging has become increasingly important as a marketing tool in a successful astrology business.
At Kepler Astrological College students are asked, “What led you to astrology?” For me, it’s that it works so well and conﬁrms my intuition. Still, transitioning from astrology student to professional takes a leap of faith. At Kepler, I observed working astrologers, tested a variety of techniques, and attained certiﬁcation from the National Council for Geocosmic Research (NCGR) with the equivalency program.
I’m always on the lookout for ways to make my work life more efficient. Since I’ve recently started on a research project, I’ve wondered how
Let’s face it, unless you are independently wealthy, if you want to sustain yourself as a holistic, astrological business owner, you have to earn money.
We live in a wondrous moment in history. We have more information at our fingertips than our ancestors could ever imagine. But limitless information is