Tag Archives: self-employed

The Health And Wellness Coach’s Value Proposition

Every potential coaching client is looking to have the question ‘What’s in it for me?’ answered. Every coach needs to be able to succinctly answer that question by conveying what they will provide for their client. Potential coaching clients are … Continue reading

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Access Excess: Always Wired Makes Us Tired and Less Productive

Paradox, double-edged sword, blessing and curse combined, mobile devices have made our lives easier and more stressful at the same time. I remember the feeling of relief the day I finally got my calendar synched on my work/home computer, my … Continue reading

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The Self-employed Wellness Coach and Market Development – Part Two: Being So Much More.

In “The Self-employed Wellness Coach and Market Development – Part One: Closed Doors, Open Doors”, http://wp.me/pUi2y-9L, we shared three keys to opening up coaching markets and improving what you deliver: #1 – Help others realize the true potential of wellness … Continue reading

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The Self-employed Wellness Coach and Market Development – Part One: Closed Doors, Open Doors

Wellness and health coaches (let’s just call everyone a wellness coach) who are building a business of their own face some of the same challenges as any life coach, but unique ones as well. All have to usually start from … Continue reading

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Top Ten Wellness Strategies for The Self-Employed

Profitable corporations have embraced wellness programs as a way to effectively hold down healthcare costs, boost productivity, creativity and reduce absenteeism and turnover rates. If you are one of the more than sixteen million self-employed people out there, what’s your … Continue reading

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