Part-Time Health Coaching Business
Many new health coaches feel most comfortable starting out with a part-time coaching business.
If you are new to health coaching, and are not ready to take the full-time plunge, here are some ways you can build your part-time health coaching practice.
1. Start with one client.
Your first client will help clarify how much time you need to set aside in your schedule and what priorities may need to shift as you take on more clients.
2. Set clear goals.
Start with attainable goals (scheduling clients and financial) that will build your confidence and give you flexibility.
3. Get organized.
Good organization will determine how efficient you are. Some good organizational tips include:
Setting time in your schedule for client calls and responding to questions.
Clearly labeled client folders containing all relevant information.
Creating a packet or online resources for existing and potential new clients.
Whether you choose to be a part-time or full-time health coach, with time, energy, practice, and organization your business will be running profitably and smoothly.
Of course, with training as a Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® Practitioner, you will have the skills and tools that separate you from other practitioners. Therefore 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?