As a health coach, you are passionate about helping people change their lives for the better…BUT if you want to have a successful health coaching practice you have to treat it as a business.
Did you know that health occupations are growing faster than the average growth for all other occupations? According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics there were over 99,000 health educators and community health workers, including health coaches, employed nationwide in 2012. With the field of health coaching growing so rapidly, there are more jobs available than ever before.
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!
For most people, change can be a challenge; however, as a Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® (FDN) health coach, you can make that change an inspiring and positive journey.
Whether it be for energy problems, moodiness, fatigue, foggy thinking, weight gain, food sensitivities, vague medical diagnosis, and the list goes on…