When you’re running your own business it can be scary to take time off. It’s like – wait, what if I miss out on an opportunity? What if I don’t make any money and then next month I’m screwed?
How comfortable are you putting yourself out there and calling yourself a health coach? Do you ever feel like a big phony baloney?
Have you ever gone to someone’s website (like Michelle’s) and wondered about those “as seen on” logos? How on earth does a health coach go about getting featured in the media anyway?
Do you feel confident in your ability to help your clients – even beyond weight loss or needing more energy? Think about healers who are invaluable to their clients, garnering referral after referral. That’s the sweet spot! In this episode, Andrea Beaman joins Michelle to share her secret sauce to healing.
Have you ever been asked to make a meal plan for a client? Have you ever tried? And is this even within your scope of practice? In this episode Michelle shares IF, WHEN and HOW she offers meal planning inside her own health coaching business.
Need to start making money, like, now? Well, where do you even begin? If you’re like most new coaches you’re trying to do 1000 different things including perfecting your website, learning how to use Instagram and starting a blog. But what’s really important when you’re getting started? That’s what Michelle covers in today’s episode.
If you’re trying to do *allthethings* and paying the price with your health and/or sanity…you’re not alone. In fact, health coaches seem to be particularly susceptible to this problem.
Does it give you the heebie jeebies to state your prices and ask someone for a credit card number? In this episode Michelle explores why that happens and how to reframe your money mindset.
How many times have you spoken with a potential client but it went…nowhere? In this episode, Michelle talks about why clients don’t sign up for health coaching…and what you should be selling instead.
In this episode Michelle talks about how to get clients…not just one or two, but a steady stream. Because holy moly, did you ever think it was going to be this hard?