What to Give Clients When You Can’t Give Them A Meal Plan

What to Give Clients When You Can’t Give Them A Meal Plan

What to Give Clients When You Can’t Give Them a Meal Plan

Meal plans can be a great value-added service for your clients, but what do you do if you live somewhere that meal plans do not fit into your scope of practice?

You’ll be happy to know that our guest has the perfect solution for you!

In this episode, our guest, Ashley Sauve from That Clean Life, shares how you can still provide great resources for your clients even if you can’t offer ‘meal plans.”

In this episode you will discover…

  • Why there are situations when giving meal plans are not an option and what to do about
  • How you can professionally handle what to give clients when you can’t give them a meal plan, so you immediately position yourself as a valued resource
  • How to use recipe guides as a main staple in your coaching programs and why they always set your clients up for success
  • The quickest and easiest way to create professionally designed, brand-specific recipe guides for your business so you aren’t spending hours trying to do it on your own

Figuring out what to provide your clients without giving them meal plans isn’t as difficult as it sounds, and after tuning in to this episode you’ll know exactly how to create plans that will help your clients achieve success and ultimately grow your business!

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Easy Ways to Repurpose Your Content to Reach More People and Save Time

Easy Ways to Repurpose Your Content to Reach More People and Save Time

Easy Ways to Repurpose Your Content to Reach More People and Save Time

Coming up with content on a regular basis can be challenging, so finding easy ways to repurpose your content will allow you to reach more people and help you save time.

One piece of content can be used multiple ways, which means you can share your knowledge in different formats which means you can reach more people because they will consume your content in the medium of their choice (audio, video, written, etc.).

In this episode, we’re going all in on:

  • What content marketing is and the most common ways to share content
  • 5 unique ways to reuse content every week to reach more people
  • Specific examples of how to repurpose 4 types of content from one blog post
  • How to repurpose content to build your email list

To become known, people need to be able to learn from you and connect with you, so sharing content is one of the best ways to attract more clients.

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What to include in your elevator pitch

What to include in your elevator pitch

What to Include in Your Elevator Pitch

We always love doing Ask Us Anything episodes, because we get to answer questions from our listeners and followers. 

On this episode, we’re answering questions about coming up with a great elevator pitch, creating the perfect free offer and growing your audience for your own podcast.

In this episode, we’re sharing:

  • What to include in your elevator pitch, marketing message or tagline to attract your marketable ideal clients
  • How to simplify content creation and create your perfect free offer
  • How grow a podcast listener base

If any of these topics resonate with you, this episode is going to give you so much clarity to help you move forward and meet your goals. Tune in now!

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Is Perfectionism Standing in Your Way of Building a Successful Health Coaching Business?

Is Perfectionism Standing in Your Way of Building a Successful Health Coaching Business?

Is Perfectionism Standing in Your Way of Building a Successful Health Coaching Business?

Is it possible that perfectionism is standing in your way of building a successful wellness business?

Wellness business owners are passionate about transforming their client’s lives, but it’s too easy to wait until you feel like everything is perfect before you begin doing the things that lead to getting clients.   

In this episode, you’ll discover:

  • The difference between people-pleasing vs. self-abandonment and how it can be holding you back in growing your business
  • How perfectionism can rob you of creativity because you fear being isolated or judged
  • The 7 proven strategies to stop people-pleasing so you can begin to reframe your self-identification and habits
  • Four very powerful questions you can ask yourself today that will get you started down the right path immediately

Tune in to learn the simple steps that you can take for some serious mindset shifts that will allow you to let go of your perfectionism and grow the business of your dreams.

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What to Include in Your Client Agreement to Protect Yourself Legally with Lisa Fraley

What to Include in Your Client Agreement to Protect Yourself Legally with Lisa Fraley

What to Include in Your Client Agreement to Protect Yourself Legally with Lisa Fraley

The legal aspect of running a health coaching business can be a little confusing, but it’s important to know things such as what to include in your client agreement to protect yourself legally.

Being clear on policies and expectations is important and a client agreement helps protect you in case any disputes could come up. It also spells out expectations for the client and coach, so everyone feels more comfortable right from the start.

Lisa Fraley, attorney and legal coach, breaks it all down for us beautifully, so you know some of what you want to include in your agreement. 

After listening to this episode, you’ll have clarity on:

  • What a client agreement is and when a health coach should use one
  • How a client agreement protects health coaches from a legal standpoint
  • The 5 crucial components of a client agreement
  • How to use your client agreement to strengthen the client-coach relationship and put you both at ease

If you’ve been wondering if you need a client agreement and/or what it should include, this episode is for you.

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How to Decide if You Should Update Your Program or Create a New One

How to Decide if You Should Update Your Program or Create a New One

How to Decide if You Should Update Your Program or Create a New One

Have you ever wondered if you should update one of your coaching programs or if it might be better to create a new one?

This could either be the case if you’re run an online program, a one-on-one program or both and it can be a difficult decision to make.   

It is never easy to let go of a part of your business that you spent weeks or months creating, marketing, and selling, but sometimes it’s time to step away from what is no longer in alignment with your business goals and embrace the changes that will grow your business.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • A 7-step process to help you decide if you should update a current program or create a new program to round out your offers to be the best possible resource for your clients
  • How to identify gaps in your customer journey that can be filled either by a new program or an update to an existing program
  • The best approach for starting from scratch if you’re just getting started so you build out your customer journey in a methodical fashion
  • How to deal with, and feel good about, saying goodbye to a program you’ve poured your heart and soul into

Saying goodbye to a program that you’ve poured your heart and soul into isn’t always easy but sometimes it’s necessary to keep evolving in your business, so if that’s you, you’re going to love this episode!

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