A career in health coaching offers a great opportunity to assist people in achieving optimal health and happiness.

Along with the rewarding experience of helping others; health coaching is much like any other entrepreneurial business. Creating a profitable health coaching career requires an abundance of time, energy, money, and passion.

Here are four habits that successful health coaches swear by!

1. Check yourself and maintain your own healthy habits. Through wholesome and nutritious eating, regular exercise and allowing for some personal down time you are modeling your passion and benefits of a healthy lifestyle for your clients.

2. Have a regular income. During the transition of building your successful health coaching business, it may be helpful to have another source of income to pay the bills. This will allow you to focus your love and excitement into your health coaching career, rather than on trying to turn a profit.

3. Understand every person is unique. Recognizing your clients have different expectations and goals will help you to better guide them in discovering their own paths to optimal health.

4. Sadly, some people will not succeed. Some of your clients may fail to reach their goals and disappoint you; however, it is your job to be there for them when they are ready to pick themselves up and try again.

Of course with training as a Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® Practitioner, you will have the skills and tools that separate you from other practitioners. This is why FDN health coaches never run out of potential clients, making them the most successful in the world of health and wellness.

And that’s it for this week’s Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® Vlog of the Week.

Isn’t it time you help your clients on a deeper level?



  1. […] is where you come in as a health coach with one main goal– to break the cycle of trial and error and be the last health professional […]

    • FDN Info May 18, 2020 at 7:48 pm - Reply

      Yes, the goal of FDN Practitioners is to help break the cycle of trial and error, balance metrabolic chaos, and be the last health professional thier client visits.

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