Our Top Tips for Conquering Overwhelm in Your Coaching Business

Our Top Tips for Conquering Overwhelm in Your Coaching Business

Our Top Tips for Conquering Overwhelm in Your Coaching Business

It’s common to feel overwhelmed at times when it comes to your health coaching business, so if you’re feeling like there’s a lot to juggle right now, you’re in good company. You wear many hats as a health coach and business owner, so there are going to be times when you feel like it’s a LOT!  We’ve been there too and there are still times we feel overwhelmed, but we’re much better at managing it and dealing with it now. So today we’re sharing Our Top Tips for Conquering Overwhelm in Your Coaching Business

Sometimes, feeling overwhelmed can prevent you from taking action or making decisions which keeps you stuck, so by implementing our 4 tips, you’ll feel less stressed and be more productive.   

Let’s start with tip #1 for conquering overwhelm in your coaching business. 

1. Prioritize tasks and projects

This is the one that helps me the most and I use it all the time. Make a list of what needs to be done and include the due date or deadline.  I like Trello for this but I also use pen and paper, so use what you like. For bigger projects that have multiple steps, I use Trello, but for my general to-do list that I refer to a couple of times a day, it’s old school pen and paper in my spiral bound notebook from Target.   Each week, determine what tasks and projects are a priority for the week or for the month. Sometimes, a priority is based on a deadline you want to meet such as your weekly email or blog post and sometimes, it’s a deadline for content for social media or something else. Map out a timeline and what can be done each day or each week, so you have a plan to help stay on track.  Even putting things in writing can help, so you have a visual on it.

I did this recently with a promotion I was doing.  I felt like there were several things I needed to do in addition to preparing for the promotion, including outlining podcast episodes, writing copy for Facebook ads and more, so I prioritized based on the deadlines, and that’s always helpful for me. I also looked at my list of promotional ideas for my 3-day sale and looked at what was a must and what was optional, so I could decide what I was going to include.  Not everything made the cut based on my timeline and other things I had going on and that’s okay.  When I’m pressed for time or feeling overwhelmed, I ask myself what the top priority is right now and what is optional. 

2. What can you simplify or streamline?

It’s easy to get caught up in complicating things or going too elaborate sometimes.  An example of this would be that you’re going to be hosting a webinar and you want to have a workbook to go along with it for the registrants to download. While a workbook would be nice, it’s not a must, so if you’re feeling overwhelmed, perhaps this is something you can do next time.  Another example would be instead of hosting your online challenge or group program in a platform like Kajabi, how about hosting it in a FB group for now? Instead of focusing on everything being perfect or having all the bells and whistles, focus on how you can help clients in the easiest way possible.

Our Top Tips for Conquering Overwhelm in Your Coaching Business

3. What can you outsource?

There is a lot to do as a wellness business owner and that means it’s very easy to get lost in the details of the behind-the-scenes tasks. Entering and formatting blog posts, creating and scheduling social media posts, writing emails, creating graphics and/or slide decks, setting up landing pages and sales pages, the list goes on and on.  Write down everything you do and see if there are tasks you can have a virtual assistant do for you.  Even if you take one or two things off your plate, it will free up some of your time to work with clients or reduce your overwhelm.   We did a detailed episode about finding and working with virtual assistants on episode 308 – it was called: Getting Help Sooner Rather than Later – 5 Steps to Take When Hiring a Virtual Assistant. We highly recommend listening to that one if you’re thinking about hiring someone.  I still have my very first VA on my team from 7 or 8 years ago. I remember feeling elated and relieved to delegate some things to her and I’ve never looked back. I was doing it all on my own for too long, so I know how that is. I’ve added more people to my virtual team over the years, and I’d be lost with out them.  Adding even one assistant for a couple of hours a week can make you feel like you can come up for air and get a break from your long to-do list.

4. Take it one step at a time and one day at a time.

Remind yourself that you can only do one thing at a time and you’re doing the best you can and remember to take breaks. Taking breaks during the day and time off each week is critical because if you burn out, it’s so much worse.   Sometimes, just changing your environment or physiology can help.  Get outside for 5 minutes, take a walk, do some deep breathing, get a change of scenery by getting some work done at a local coffee shop, chat with a friend – whatever makes you happy.

Which one of these tips do you think will help you the most? Or maybe you have  a tip that helps you with overwhelm. Come on over to Instagram to let us know.  You can find me at @kathleenlegrys and Karen at @karenpattock.

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5 Things You Should Know Before Hiring a Business Coach

5 Things You Should Know Before Hiring a Business Coach

5 Things You Should Know Before Hiring a Business Coach

If you’re interested in hiring a business coach to help you build your wellness business, it can be a good decision when you know how to find the right one.   

Working with someone who has a proven track record and can show you a blueprint to follow can shorten your learning curve and help you reach your goals more quickly than doing it on your own. But not all business coaches are created equal, and there are some things you want to be aware of before hiring one.

We recently wrapped up our fall session of the Wellness Business Accelerator program and found out that some of our students have worked with private business coaches that gave them really bad advice which essentially set their business back by months and in some cases even years. That’s why we knew we had to share this information on the podcast, so you don’t hire a coach that doesn’t understand the health and wellness space.

There are many reasons to hire a business coach and depending on your top priorities, some coaches will fit your needs better than others in that moment. Before you start your search for that perfect person it’s important for you to be crystal clear about what you want to accomplish. 

Before you look for a coach

Before looking for a business coach to support your goals, make a detailed list of the top 3-5 things you want to accomplish with their help. The clarity you receive from doing this exercise will be invaluable to you as you narrow down your options for choosing the right person with the right skill set. 

Each coach will have their area of specialty. Look for the one that most closely meets your needs based on the top 3-5 goals you’re trying to accomplish, and has experience in what you’re looking to achieve. 

Once your list is made and you’re clear about your top goals for working with this coach, it’s time to get to work making your selection.

5 Things You Should Know Before Hiring a Business Coach
Here is a 5-point checklist to take you through this process. 

1. Do your research & look for social proof

Explore multiple coaching options and consider interviewing potential coaches to determine if they are the right fit for you. Check their references and testimonials to confirm they’ve gotten results in the past with other clients. Specifically look for statistics and measurable results that demonstrate how they help their clients succeed. Do they have social proof of what they are promising to help you achieve should you decide to hire them? 

2. Must be a collaborative relationship

Remember, a coach is someone to guide you and offer recommendations. They are not your boss!!! It is not their place to make final decisions or have the authority to tell you what you can, and cannot, do in your own business. This person should be someone you trust and feel open to talk to about every aspect of your business. Remember, coaching isn’t all about mechanics, sometimes there is mindset coaching involved so being able to speak openly is important. Confirm that they are willing to be in a collaborative relationship with you vs. a dictatorship.

3. They must have industry experience

In your specific situation, this means that they must have experience in the health and wellness space. The health and wellness industry is a very unique business niche and often, if the coach has not worked in this industry, can give bad advice that will actually slow your progress. 

An example of this would be choosing a niche, (we call this your marketable ideal client). Someone outside the health and wellness space may tell you to generalize your niche and not become a specialist but that’s bad advice. That may work outside of the health and wellness space but is not a formula for success in our industry. Verifying that the coach you’re considering has experience in the health and wellness industry is a critical component for reaching your goals and having the best possible coaching experience.

4. They must be a great communicator

The best coaches are those that listen to their clients and do their best to help them reach their goals, (like you do with your clients). The best business coaches listen to your ideas, determine the fastest way to reach them and are a partner with you through to the finish line. They are action-oriented and do their best to provide you with step-by-step feedback of what you should do next to accomplish your goals. They give recommendations, not orders, on topics and outcomes that you’re trying to reach. Ultimately, they need to be a great communicator and someone you feel comfortable working with. Someone that can clearly convey their recommendations in a way that makes sense to you.

5. What would success look like to you

It’s important for the business coach to acknowledge your goals ahead of time and communicate a plan of action so you know they are a good fit. You’re looking for a plan from them that will meet or exceed your goals. It’s good to set specific milestones and metrics before officially hiring them and entering the coaching relationship. That doesn’t mean that they are detailing their entire coaching plan with you ahead of time, (because there has to be room for customization and flexibility as things evolve during your time together). Instead, you and the coach should be clear about what you want to achieve with their help during your time together, and you should use these goals and metrics as a baseline for what would be a successful experience for you. Once you’re clear on what success looks like for you, the coach should acknowledge it and confirm they have the skillset to make that happen.

BONUS TIP

Consider a shorter trial run before investing in a 3, 6 or 12-month coaching program. Make sure they feel like the right coach for you by engaging in a trial run of their services. Focus on a shorter time frame, such as a 1-2 hour coaching call, a VIP day, or a 30-day coaching program.

Remember, a coach is a guiding and supportive resource to help you reach your goals, not the determining factor in day-to-day operations. They should not control you or your business, (we can’t stress this enough). They should share options and resources with you to accomplish your vision and are always respectful of you as the business owner and ultimate visionary for your coaching practice.

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Takeaway Tuesday – Defining Boundaries When it Comes to Client Success

Takeaway Tuesday – Defining Boundaries When it Comes to Client Success

Takeaway Tuesday – Defining Boundaries When it Comes to Client Success

As a way of switching things up here on the podcast, every few weeks we’ll have a real-time conversation between the two of us as friends and business partners. We’ll chat a bit about what’s going on behind the scenes, and then we’ll cover one or two trending topics going on in the health coaching space that we think will be beneficial for you. Lastly, we’ll wrap up by answering one or two questions from coaches that we’ve received recently.

Think of it like we’re all hanging out for a chat over coffee.

Here’s what we’re covering on this episode:

  • Identifying areas of your life where you are courageous and what areas are you not (and how you can balance both). We share what this is for the both of us. 
  • How to define boundaries as a coach when it comes to your client success and results.
  • Using “Professional Mode” on your personal Facebook profile to build a public presence and following. We share the pros and cons to help you make the decision that’s best for you.

We hope you enjoy this format and the information we share!

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5 Holiday Promotion Ideas to Boost Revenue

5 Holiday Promotion Ideas to Boost Revenue

5 Holiday Promotion Ideas to Boost Revenue

The holidays are just around the corner, and if you’ve been trying to figure out what to do for a special promotion for your health coaching business, we’ve got you covered.

You can run your holiday promotion any time in Nov. until January. There isn’t one set time frame that is a guaranteed winner, so choose the time frame that works best for you and what you think will be most appealing to your audience based on what you know about them.  For example, if you know the holidays (between Thanksgiving and the end of the year) are super challenging for them, you might want to do offer something during that time to help them.   

Decide when you want to run your promotion and decide how long it will be; 3-7 days is what we recommend. It doesn’t have to be a Black Friday sale – it can be any time. You can even wait until January if you want. The downside of running a Black Friday promotion is that it will get buried in the dozens and dozens of other Black Friday promotions people get. If you do want to do Black Friday sale, offering it a little early (at least a week ahead) is a good idea, so you stand out a little more in the inbox and beat the rush.

We want to let you know that you don’t need to create a brand-new program for this to be successful. You can use what you already have and gear it towards the holidays. As Emily Hirsh from Hirsh Marketing says, “You just put different wrapping paper on your offer.”    

Let’s dive into the 5 holiday promotion Ideas we have for you.  Pick one that appeals to you the most and set a date for putting it into place.

1. Holiday promotion idea #1:  Host a free 5-day online challenge.  Challenges are great because they allow you to grow your email list, build trust and connection and then once it’s over, you invite participants to your paid program.  You cover one small topic each day (topics that are most relevant to your niche and what your audience struggles with) and at the end, let them know how they can get your support to continue the journey. You would typically run your challenge in a FB group or other online forum, where you either use live or recorded video (such as slide deck) as the main content and then also send daily emails. You can either put this together on your own or check out the done-for-you challenges I offer that makes this really easy. You get all the content, slide decks, and promotional materials to save you a ton of time and ensure you have everything you need to promote and run a successful challenge.   

2. Holiday promotion idea #2: Host a holiday themed virtual workshop.  Workshops are another great way to grow your email list, position yourself as an expert and then lead people to the next step to working with you. If you know of local businesses such as gyms, and yoga studios you could even host live in-person workshops if you want.  Based on what you know about your audience, what is a topic that they would find beneficial?  Brainstorm some ideas and see what comes to mind. You can either create your own slide deck in Canva or take advantage of the wide selection of done-for-you workshops Karen Pattock offers that include all of the content, slide deck, social media posts, marketing flyers and more.

5 Holiday Promotion Ideas to Boost Revenue

3. Holiday promotion idea #3: Come up with a special holiday offer for your 1-on-1 coaching.  An example of this would be that people can enroll in your 3-month 1-on-1 coaching program and get a special bonus such as healthy holiday meal plans or recipes or an extra session for free. Maybe you have a pre-recorded course or workshop that you can include as a bonus.  You don’t want your bonus value to be higher than you coaching program, but you can include more than one bonus if you want.

You want to position this as something related to the holidays AND your niche where you also highlight the problem they are facing this time of year.  One example would be if your niche was helping people balance their blood sugar, you could say something like: “The holidays can be a tricky time to navigate when you’re trying to manage your blood sugar and your weight. In my 90-Day Healthy Holidays program, you’ll get support, proven strategies and delicious blood-sugar-friendly recipes that will equip you to get through the holidays stress-free and in control.”

In that messaging, we called out the problemgetting through the holidays while trying to manage blood sugar and weight, the name of the program and how it will help them – In my 90-Day Healthy Holidays program, you’ll get support, proven strategies and delicious blood-sugar-friendly recipes that will equip you to get through the holidays stress-free and in control.” You would add more details such as what’s included and what type of support they get, but that’s the basics of the messaging to have it tie into the holiday season.

4. Holiday promotion idea #4: Offer a special for your online group coaching program – include a bonus such as holiday recipes (use Meal Garden or That Clean Life).  Similar to what you would offer for your 1-on-1 program, you can do the same for your online program or membership. Call out the problem they are facing this time of year and how it will help them.

5. Holiday promotion idea #5: Pre-Sale for a New Year program. If you plan to launch a program in January, you can offer an early bird enrollment special where people either get a bonus or pricing incentive – or both, if they sign up by a certain day. We recommend a 5-7 day promotion for this. This gives people an incentive to enroll now and they can start in January.

Bonus idea: If you aren’t ready to promote a program before the end of the year, use this time to grow your email list with something enticing your audience will love and appreciate, so when January rolls around, you’ll have new subscribers who may be ready to join in the New Year.

Which option appeals to you the most?  If you feel like you have too many options, just pick one and test it.  You’ll learn so much as you go and we can’t wait to hear about it.

Reach out to us on Instagram and let us know your plans and how it goes.

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Crushing Self-Doubt: How to Tackle & Overcome Imposter Syndrome

Crushing Self-Doubt: How to Tackle & Overcome Imposter Syndrome

Crushing Self-Doubt: How to Tackle & Overcome Imposter Syndrome

We’re covering a topic that is in the hearts and minds of many coaches whether they are brand new, or they’ve had their business for a while. Each stage of business can bring on feelings of imposter syndrome.

The definition of imposter syndrome is loosely defined as doubting your abilities and feeling like a fraud.

There are many reasons to feel self-doubt that comes with a big helping of imposter syndrome. It can be because…

  • You’re just starting your business and don’t have much experience yet
  • You’ve been away from your business for a while and aren’t sure how to dive back in with your followers
  • You want to make some big changes in your business and aren’t sure how your family, friends and followers will take the news
  • Maybe it’s a little bit of all of those things that has you feeling unsure of yourself.

But here’s the thing, imposter syndrome is a thought, not an actual fact. It has no control over you and isn’t part of your identity. You can choose to ignore thoughts and feelings of imposter syndrome and replace them with healthier, more self-affirming thoughts instead.

Do you ever second-guess your abilities to help a client or the value you bring to the table? If you answered yes… rest assured you’re not alone.

Imposter syndrome can cause fear of success, fear of failure or even fear of being exposed as a fraud.

One coach recently shared with us – I suffer from imposter syndrome every day and I’ve been at this a while!

Every time you up-level your business you are going to be challenged by imposter syndrome.

Today we’re sharing 3 steps to cure self-doubt and impostor syndrome once and for all.

Step 1: Learn to quickly identify the feelings that cause you to feel like an impostor.

Being able to quickly identify the feelings, or even situations, that cause you to feel inadequate is crucial to shutting down those nasty voices inside your head. Typically, each of us has a very specific voice reel that plays in our head when we feel like we’re not good enough. As soon as you recognize that voice you must turn it around with feelings of positivity. Keep a list close by of people you’ve helped & successes you’ve experienced that you can reference whenever necessary. Believe the list of grateful clients that is fact and not the negative voice in your head.

Step 2: Identify a support person or group that you can rely on in times of need.

Having a friend, family member or trusted colleague that you can confide in is a must. All of us need a go-to support person in our life. In business, entrepreneurs often join mastermind groups to find support. We’ve always believed that when two people share a similar experience the potential for extreme healing and growth is usually the outcome. Having that support person that knows what your experiencing is the quickest way to banish those feelings of fraud. Your accountability partner will call out your feelings of inadequacy and remind you that the voices in your head are just your brain’s way of keeping you safe and inside your comfort zone.

Let’s discuss this further in step 3.

Step 3: Become crystal clear on what is fact and what is fiction.

Anytime that you begin to feel like an impostor ask yourself this question, “Do I feel this way because of something I know for a fact or is it coming from a feeling of inadequacy?” When you have strong feelings about something it can feel very real, however, without something factual to back it up, it remains just a feeling. Knowing the difference between the two is the best way to break that cycle of negativity.

The last thing we want to share before we wrap up today is that most health coaches are carrying a huge burden on their shoulders thinking that they need to know everything about their niche so they can answer every single question someone asks them. This is a false belief and is not the case. Your role as a health coach is to be a trusted and reliable resource and sometimes that means simply saying, “I don’t know the answer to that question off the top of my head, but I have a network of colleagues that I can tap into to get the most up-to-date information on this topic.”

Your potential client will appreciate you doing the legwork for them and will never ever look at you as an imposter for not knowing the answer to their question.

If you’re feeling those pangs of self-doubt or imposter syndrome, just know that it’s a normal part of the process and it means you truly care about helping people.  The more clients you work with, the more confidence you start to build – it’s all a process.

What helps you feel more confident as a coach?

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3 Pivotal Mindset Shifts of Successful Health Coaches

3 Pivotal Mindset Shifts of Successful Health Coaches

3 Pivotal Mindset Shifts of Successful Health Coaches

Before we share the 3 Pivotal Mindset Shifts of Successful Health Coaches, we have some exciting news to share!

The doors are now open to the Wellness Business Accelerator.  We only open enrollment to this exclusive program 1-2 times per year and enrollment is only open until this Saturday, October 21st at 11:59 pm ET. 

So, what IS the WBA? 

It’s our signature program where you learn a proven system for reaching your ideal clients online, growing an engaged email list, and consistently enrolling new clients within 60 days.

You’ll discover the FASTEST AND EASIEST ways to apply marketing strategies that actually work, so you aren’t wasting your time on things that do not DIRECTLY GROW YOUR BUSINESS. 

You also get support from BOTH of us in a private Facebook group for 8 weeks

which includes bi-weekly livestream Q&A’s, so you can get detailed answers and action steps in real time. No more guesswork or feeling like you’re trying to grow your business alone. PLUS, you’ll be able to connect with your peers, share ideas and network.

Building your wellness business doesn’t have to be complicated and consume all of your time. In fact, it can be quite SIMPLE when you follow our proven blueprint.  

If what you’ve been doing to grow your business consistently isn’t working, it’s because there are critical missing pieces that need to be in place first.  The good news is that we show you EXACTLY what to do, step by step, so you aren’t left to try to figure it all out on your own. 

CLICK HERE to learn more and join us in the fall cohort. 


We would love to have you join us! 

Now, onto the topic of this episode which is…

3 Pivotal Mindset Shifts of Successful Health Coaches

We tend to think that the success of our business only comes down to marketing strategies – which of course, is a big part of the formula.  But our mindset plays a critical role too because it’s our mindset that directs some of our most important decisions.   

If you let fear, overwhelm or self-doubt dictate your decisions, shifting your mindset might just help. 

Today, we are sharing 3 pivotal mindset shifts of some of the most successful health coaches we see.

Mindset shift #1 – They set goals.   

This first one is simple but it’s also huge! What we’ve noticed with coaches who have grown their business to the level they want, is that they set clear goals. This is an important mindset shift because when you know where you want to go, and you have a target, you can put a plan in motion to reach your goals. If you don’t know where you want to go, it makes it really hard to put the right pieces into place because you don’t have a real destination in mind.  We see this all the time with our students in the Wellness Business Accelerator. When they go through the first lesson on The 4 Core Pillars of a Profitable Wellness Business, one of the trainings is about goal setting and how to do it. We hear from new students all the time is that they have never set goals before because (A) They weren’t sure HOW and (B) They were afraid to set them because they didn’t want to be disappointed if they didn’t reach them.

The reason our lesson on goal setting is so impactful for coaches and why they often have an “aha” moment is because we teach it differently than anyone else out there. Our method sets the stage for a coach to feel successful, rather than the typical pass/fail mentality. When our students apply what we teach they are actually excited to set goals and find themselves making more progress than ever before in their business.

Here’s what one of our past students, Jennifer Marcks, had to say about goal setting after going through the WBA. 

“I now feel as though I have a clearer vision for what I want out of my business, and what I’m working towards.  Your support has given me more confidence to put myself out there! My Facebook group is growing, I’ve been on 8 Podcasts and Facebook Group interviews AND I’m booked for multiple cooking classes through libraries. My email list is finally growing, and I know all of this will keep fuelling the growth of my business.

I am more organized and automated in the steps I take and create. You gave many steps to take to create this success”.

It’s truly amazing what can happen when you get clarity around what you want, and you take the time to set goals. 

Mindset shift #2 – They have automated systems in place.

This one is so important too because having systems in place that are intentional and automated, save a ton of time AND can be so much more effective. Instead of feeling like you’re spinning your wheels going from one strategy to the other and not really knowing what to do to get clients, you can have systems in place that help turn your social media followers and email subscribers into paying clients each month.

For example, implementing a customer journey that has each step planned out and put on autopilot so your social media followers move to email list subscribers and then to paying clients. One of the lessons we teach in the WBA will specifically walks you through the steps to put your own customer journey in place.

We know one concern some coaches have is not being sure they have time to learn the strategies we teach in the WBA, but the truth is that what we teach actually saves them so much time AND helps them get much better results. So, how great would it be to know exactly how to reach your ideal clients online and fill your programs and put a system in place to do just that vs wasting time on things that don’t work.  You could save several hours each week! 

Here’s what one of our students, Gianna Cerrat, had to say about this:

“I have more confidence in my offers and pricing and I’m getting organized, and my systems set up. This program and your support have helped me flush out SO much of the unnecessary nonsense. I just sold my first VIP program for 6 months for $5,000.”

We loved hearing this from Gianna. As she said, having the right systems in place can make all the difference in the number of hours you work AND the results you get.  Had she not taken the time to get organized and put her systems in place there’s a good chance she wouldn’t have signed that $5k client. You don’t have to work harder – you just need to work smarter, and that’s exactly what we show our students how to do. 

In our step-by-step lessons, we not only give you the resources, but show you exactly how to set things up. And the best part is, it doesn’t require a lot of tech implementation. In fact, chances are you already have most everything you need to be successful in the WBA. 


Mindset shift #3 – They invest in solutions that will help them get where they want to go.

This is another big one. We all need help with different things in our business, and having mentors and step by step processes to follow is one of the best investments you can make because it streamlines your learning curve and speeds up your results.  We know this firsthand because we did the same thing when we started out more than 10 years ago. We knew there were things we needed to learn, so we sought out the experts who could shorten our learning curve and fast track our success.  We’ve had business coaches and mentors, attended live in-person events, took online courses and more – we’ve each spent over 6 figures over the last 10 years because we know how important it is to continue to learn and implement what’s working.  We have each built multi-6 figure businesses along the way too because we implement what we learn, and then we test and fine tune things as we go so we can teach the roadmap to our students.  

The way we looked at it from the beginning was we can either try to figure it out on our own, knowing it will take a lot longer or we can learn what we need to do from people we know and respect. We both like learning the quickest way forward rather than struggling and feeling alone.

Helping you get results in the fastest amount of time possible is the entire reason we created the Wellness Business Accelerator program. We’ve seen too many health coaches over the years struggling to get clients and doubting their dream of owning their own business. We know what we teach in the program works because we have so many success stories from other coaches just like you.

Here’s what one of our students, Mona Mandour, had to say about having mentors that helped her get results quicker:

“Thank you for being my mentors. Since joining this program, I have increased my email list to 900 subscribers. I also ran a Facebook ad that brought in 40 booked discovery calls resulting in 6 brand new one-on-one coaching clients. Ladies, I can’t thank you enough for all the support that comes straight from the heart. Everything you give is so actionable, useful and precious.”

It shows you what’s possible when you invest in the right mentors and resources that help you get where you want to go much more quickly.  The right investments can make you money AND save you time. 

One of the things that sets the Wellness Business Accelerator apart from other programs, is that it is designed specifically for wellness business owners. Not all marketing strategies work well in the wellness industry and that’s why we’re 100% committed to teaching those in the wellness space what will actually work for them.

Let’s recap the 3 Pivotal Mindset Shifts of Successful Health Coaches

  1. Mindset shift #1 – They set goals.   
  2. Mindset shift #2 – They have automated systems in place.
  3. Mindset shift #3 – They invest in solutions that will help them get where they want to go.

The Wellness Business Accelerator helps you with so much, including these 3 mindset shifts.

If you would like to go from feeling overwhelmed and overworked to being productive and profitable, filling your coaching spots month after month, join us for the fall session of the WBA which is currently open until this Saturday, October 21st at 11:59 pm ET.

CLICK HERE to find out more about the program and hear more from the coaches that have worked with us in the WBA.

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