Three Questions to Ask Before Starting Your Health Coaching Practice

A nutrition school student recently asked me: should I start a health coaching practice? This person is passionate about health, but she was also keenly aware that starting a health coaching practice wasn’t as easy as some make it out to be. Honestly, it’s a question I think we should be asking more often! In…

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How to get more done in less time

Get more done in less time

When first starting a coaching practice, it feels like there is so much to get done with not enough time to do it. It becomes apparent that you need to get more done in less time, but can be hard to know how to prioritize your tasks. However, prioritizing your tasks is critical to creating…

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How to make a living as a health coach

How to Make a Living for Health Coaches

As 2017 winds down, I’m thinking about what I can create and offer in 2018 that’s helpful to health coaches. There is a question that I hear from health coaches over and over again: “Can I actually make a living doing this work?” The answer is absolutely! But it helps to see how other coaches…

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How Running a Cleanse Supports Your Self-Care

How running a cleanse supports your self-care

Are you thinking about running a cleanse? Has getting your coaching practice in full swing led to you neglecting your self-care? Well, then I have a win/win proposition for you.   I first got into the health and wellness industry because I was passionate about taking great care of myself, and my loved ones. Whenever I read a…

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Should you add a group program to your coaching practice?

Group Program

Over the last few weeks, many of my clients have been asking me whether they should add a group program to their practice. As I dig deeper with them, this question is almost always a variation of the most common question I get. “How can I find more clients?” Finding new clients is the biggest…

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Running a business when you have a chronic illness

Health Coach with Chronic Illness

I initially became a health coach because I was really, really sick.   I want to share a personal story with you today, one I don’t often talk about publicly. It’s the story of a chronic health condition I struggle with. How over the last few years I’ve had to juggle my health with running…

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Building Community for Health Coaches

Building community

You may have noticed that I’m a big believer in building community. For most of us, learning how to run our own coaching practices can feel overwhelming and isolating. My favorite solution for moments of doubt is to immerse myself in community. In fact, I believe that being connected to a community of your colleagues and peers is…

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The 3 Letter Word That Will Help You Get Unstuck

Get unstuck

Do you need to get unstuck?   With the possible exception of parenting, running a business is a personal growth exercise like none I’ve ever encountered. When we do work that requires personal growth – and trust me, running a business requires it – it’s inevitable that we’ll find ourselves bumping up against some of our biggest fears and…

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The Only Question You Should Be Asking

What to ask if you're health coaching

Maybe this will sound familiar to you if you own a health coaching business… On Tuesday night, as we were driving home from vacation, my mind turned to business. This often happens when I’m not specifically focused on something. I spend a lot of time thinking about health coaching, best business practices, and how to…

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How to Write Newsletters that Get Read

How to write newsletters

Newsletters can be a source of struggle and frustration for many business owners. Tell me if any of these sound familiar:   You spend hours crafting a thoughtful, well-informed message, but nobody reads it. Or, you don’t get any feedback.  You write draft after draft, but you never hit send because you’re stuck in analysis paralysis, wondering…

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