The Power of Consistency and Showing Up

The Power of Consistency and Showing Up

The Power of Consistency and Showing Up

Last week on the podcast, we interviewed a Health Coach who shared how she’s using workshops to get clients. The week’s episode is a continuation of her success story! We’re talking with Heather about how she builds and maintains her wellness business through consistency and showing up. We strongly recommend listening to Episode 79 to get the most insight on the ideas Heather shares for both new and experienced business owners.      

This is an “Ask Heather Anything” session for those interested in practical strategies that will help grow or market your business. Get ready for some inside scoop on how to rock your wellness business!

In this episode, we talk about…

  • How to connect with others in your industry
  • Ways to discover opportunities to collaborate
  • Why you should have clear requirements for collaborations
  • The impact of program names that describe end results
  • Lessons Heather learned from her recent launch experience
  • Tips for and benefits of taking part in live events
  • The power of consistency and showing up

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Small Wins Lead to a Successful Wellness Business

Small Wins Lead to a Successful Wellness Business

Small Wins Lead to a Successful Wellness Business

Owning your own business is a lot of work, and sometimes we don’t recognize the progress we’re making, but small wins lead to a successful wellness business, over time. It’s easy to feel frustrated when things aren’t happening as quickly as we’d like, so if that’s how you’re feeling right now, this is perfect timing for you! 

In this episode you’ll learn strategies on how to ‘small win’ your way to a successful wellness business. No one goes from zero social media followers or clients to ten thousand followers or a full practice overnight. If you’re finding yourself confused or frustrated with building your business, you’re going to love this.

In this episode, we talk about…

  • Overcoming the struggles of building your own business
  • What it means to have an “All In” or “Not In at All” mindset   
  • How little quits add up and sabotage your success
  • The power of little commitments and building your way to success
  • Our 10 Small Win Recommendations (see the list below)

Here are the 10 tips we shared in the episode. Be sure to listen as we explain each one, give examples and share some of our top resources to make it easier for you.

  1. Pick one or two social media platforms
  2. Set your work schedule
  3. Delegate
  4. Focus on actions that bring clients
  5. Keep a to-do list and review it the night before
  6. Systematize
  7. Be selective of your commitments
  8. Implement what you learn
  9. Set goals and deadlines
  10. Schedule down time to recharge

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Secrets to Structuring Livestreams for Your Wellness Business

Secrets to Structuring Livestreams for Your Wellness Business

Secrets to Structuring Livestreams for Your Wellness Business

Would you like to know the secrets to structuring livestreams for your wellness business, so you feel more confident, prepared and you have people showing up?

When it comes to using livestreaming video for your wellness business, we tend to hear a few very common questions: “What should I talk about on a livestream?”, “What should I lead people to do next?”, and “Should I have an outline? Or just wing it?”. If you’ve ever yourself one of these questions, be sure to keep reading!

Our guest on this episode of The Wellness Business Podcast is Luria Petrucci from Live Streaming Pros. Luria is one of our all-time favorite livestream video mentors, which is why we had to have her on!  I’ve learned so much from Luria, and I know you will too!

Let’s face it – Going live can be super intimidating, but as Luria will tell us, if you prepare ahead of time and know exactly what you’re doing and why you’re doing it, the whole process will feel a lot more comfortable and manageable.

In this episode, we talk about…

  • How to get the best results from your livestreams
  • The recommended length of time to go live
  • The perfect live “show flow” (outline to guide you) 
  • How to get more people to show up when you go live
  • Whether or not you should sell on your livestreams

And MUCH more!   

Whether you want to learn how to get started with live video, or you’re ready to up your game, don’t miss this interview with Luria.

Happy listening!

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How to Teach Your Clients to Do Their Own Meal Planning

How to Teach Your Clients to Do Their Own Meal Planning

How to Teach Your Clients to Do Their Own Meal Planning

I have an awesome guest post for you today from Abigail Hopkins of That Clean Life.  Abigail is sharing insightful tips on how to teach your clients how to do their own meal planning. There are many health coaches that live in states where they aren’t allowed to provide customized meal plans for their clients, so this is the perfect solution, and it helps empower your clients even more.

Here’s Abigail…

Meal plans: either you love them or you hate them. But regardless of how you feel about them, the truth is that meal plans can be an incredibly powerful tool in helping your clients and community members achieve real results and adopt healthier eating habits.

But here’s the thing: You can teach your client’s the benefits of meal planning without designing them yourself. If you want to avoid creating meal plans for your clients, but you still want to give them a powerful resource to guide them to success – listen up because I’ve got the perfect solution for you!

Meal Planning Guides

A Meal Planning Guide is a curated collection of resources that will teach your client how to do their own meal planning, which will set them up for long-term success. If you don’t see clients one-on-one, you can also use the concept of Meal Planning Guides for group programs.

A great Meal Planning Guide has three main components:

1. A variety of recipes that suit your client’s needs

In order to choose the best recipes for your client, you should first conduct a meal planning assessment. This will allow you to learn more about your client’s likes, dislikes and lifestyle. Once you have learned more about your client like the foods they love and how much time they have to cook, you can put together a selection of recipes that suit their needs.

Gather great recipes, and organize them according to meal type like breakfasts, lunches, dinners and snacks (or, just use That Clean Life for Business which does all of this for you!)

Tip: If you need guidance on what questions to ask in your assessment, grab our Meal Planning Assessment Tool here.

2. A meal plan template or calendar

Once you’ve put together a collection of recipes that your client will love, you can create a blank meal plan template that they can fill in.  Here’s an example of what this might look like:

Your client can use this template and fill it in with what they want to make, based on your recipe suggestions.

3. Tips and tricks on meal planning

Now that your client has the recipes and meal planner template, they are ready to start creating their own meal plan! To set them up for success, you should also include a one-page outline of how to use the Meal Planning Guide. Explain how you’ve chosen the recipes, and tips on meal planning like grocery shopping hacks, meal prep pointers and how to use leftovers to save time

Once you have created an outline of how to use the Meal Planning Guide, combine it with the recipes and the blank meal plan template – and you are all set to rock your client’s world!

Remember that meal planning is a skill that takes time to develop, so be sure to schedule frequent check-ins to support your client as they learn the ropes. By giving your clients everything they need to succeed with self-directed meal planning, you are increasing the odds that they will achieve their goals and become raving fans.

What do you think? Do you feel like Meal Planning Guides could benefit your clients and community? Grab our free Meal Planning Assessment Tool, and get to work!

 

Abigail Hopkins is the co-founder of That Clean Life, an online platform that helps leaders in the health and wellness industry easily create personalized and professional nutrition programs for their clients, without spending hours on it, so that they can make the world a healthier, happier place. She’s a Registered Nurse, a Culinary Nutrition Expert, a big fan of hip hop and playing the long game.

Case Study: How Sandy 4x’d Her Client Base This Year

Case Study: How Sandy 4x’d Her Client Base This Year

Case Study: How Sandy 4x’d Her Client Base This Year

This episode is all about how one wellness business owner grew her business by 4x this year. As we’ve mentioned in episodes before, workshops are an amazing way to find your ideal client and turn them into a paying client. Have you begun utilizing them? This week we are continuing that conversation with Sandy Nannen, who 4x’d her client base in her wellness businesses in only a few months through the use of workshops.

Sandy is breaking down how she used workshops to dramatically grow her wellness business and finally nail down who her ideal client was. If you are looking to grow your client base, then this episode is one you won’t want to miss!

In this episode we talk about…

  • What Sandy’s business looked like before she started doing workshops and how it looks now
  • Finding locations to host workshops
  • How Sandy got over her fear of public speaking
  • What Sandy does to run her workshops and what her typical workshop looks like
  • How workshops 4x’d Sandy’s business and also brought her ideal, quality clients

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Secrets to Outsourcing on a Budget

Secrets to Outsourcing on a Budget

The Secrets To Outsourcing Even If You’re On A Tight Budget

There’s a lot to juggle in your health coaching business, and it’s great to know the secrets to outsourcing on a budget. If you have limited funds for expenses, every dollar counts. 

On this episode of the podcast, Karen and I give you the tools you need to outsource tasks for your business even if you’re on a tight budget. You’ll learn how to create a support system to help manage and balance your business without getting overwhelmed in the process. Just because you can do something, doesn’t mean you should!

Karen and I share why its important to outsource, what to outsource, where to find the right person, and some best practices for hiring good help. Outsourcing allows you to work fewer hours and focus on the tasks you enjoy, and that will bring in more revenue.

In this episode we talk about…

  • What outsourcing is and why it’s important for your business
  • Step by step screening process for hiring
  • How to provide the right information to make sure your task is completed properly
  • The value of off loading menial tasks so you can generate revenue
  • Asking yourself: Is this the best use of my time or should I be delegating?

Resources and Links mentioned on the show:

fiverr.com

upwork.com

Wellpreneur VA

thesalescopylab.com

Virtual Freedom by Chris Ducker

For web design:  

wellpreneurwebsites.com

designbyclaudia.com/websites

VA

Kellielynmedia.com

juliennedesjardins.com

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