Helping people achieve their goals brings me great joy.
Whether it’s taking action on their personal health and wellness, or taking action to create the wellness career of their dreams, I love inspiring people to take action!
To achieve any goal, no matter what it is, we need to clearly see what the steps to success are otherwise most people wander around aimlessly missing the mark.
Which is often what I see happening to health coaches and wellness practitioners. They get lost and don’t know what to do.
When these folks approach me for mentorship, I’m happy to guide them.
If you are one of the thousands of health coaches struggling to create the career of your dreams doing work you love, sit your butt down and take notes!
#1: Move beyond your fears
The first step, moving beyond your fears, is imperative for any entrepreneur in any business. The truth is, you are going to succeed and you are going to fail. From your failures, you will learn invaluable information. Don’t be afraid to fail. There’s a great quote by a hockey player, Wayne Gretzky, “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.” Remaining in a state of fear will paralyze you, and you won’t take any shots. You’ll miss out on amazing learning and growth opportunities.
#2: Take consistent action
So, how do you move beyond those pesky little fears? Take consistent action. Regardless of the outcome (failure or success), you need to take consistent action over and over again to build your business. Taking action requires adrenaline. Fear pumps out adrenaline. You can use that adrenaline to cower in the corner, shaking like a leaf, or you can use it to propel yourself forward into your career. Either way, it’s there for you.
#3: Create long-term goals and set boundaries around your work
Creating your big vision and long-term goals are the road map to a successful and sustainable business model. Do you want to create a business that is flash in the pan – here one day and gone the next? Or, do you want to create a business that sustains your growth in the health and wellness industry? Write down your goals today and take daily steps to manifest them. This requires commitment and setting strong boundaries around your work.
#4: Diversify your income streams to set your business up for sustainability
You can certainly set up your business as a revolving door of one-on-one health coaching clients, but it will not support your growth and expansion. By diversifying your income streams with products (books, dvds, group programs, podcasts, wellness products), you can have multiple streams of income to expand your reach into the wellness world.
#5: Continue learning new content
You’ve got to continue learning new content to spark creativity and keep feeding your entrepreneurial spirit. A wise life coach advised me to invest 5% of my yearly income on continuing education, and I’ve been doing that for the past two decades. It works! I take new classes, learn things that excite me, and then share that information with my audience and my clients. This has helped me become an expert in my field (health and wellness) and continues supplying my audience with fresh material.
Do you have these steps in place to create your successful and sustainable health coaching business?
If not, it’s time to step up to your success!
You’ll gain access to the steps that will help you:
- Move beyond your fears and take action
- Increase your presence and share your voice with the world
- Create unique products to support your BIG vision
- Effortlessly attract more clients
- Develop a sustainable business model for a lifetime of success
I’m happy to give you the support and guidance you need.
Andrea Beaman is an internationally renowned Holistic Health Coach, Natural Foods Chef, Speaker and Herbalist. Named one of the top 100 Most Influential Health and Fitness Experts, she is also a recipient of the Natural Gourmet Institute’s Award for Excellence in Health-Supportive Education and a Health Leadership award from The Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Since 1999, Andrea has been teaching people how to harness the body’s own preventative and healing powers using food, herbal remedies and alternative medicine.