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Entrepreneur – A Success Story
Entrepreneur – A Success StoryPodcast 59

Starting a business can actually be very stressful for health and wellness practitioners and coaches. However, if you put the right systems in place and approach business with a clear direction, you’ll be on your way to being a successful entrepreneur! 

In this episode, Cathy and Pat discuss the following:

  • Why it’s easier to find a rhythm vs. balance for your business and family life 
  • The power of being present and having clarity for what to focus on in your business
  • How you can find space and differentiate yourself in your niche market  
  • The importance of working hard and focusing on what you enjoy and what energizes you
  • 3 Factors of simplifying business: Attract, convert, deliver  
  • 3 Tips for creating an ideal business 

From fitness centers to franchises and everything in between, Pat Rigsby has tons of valuable experience building businesses that deliver what clients want. He shares 3 tips for how to simplify your process and 3 ways to create your ideal business.     

3 Questions for Simplifying Your Business

  • Are you attracting the people who need your services?
  • How can you educate them to convert them to clients?
  • Are you meeting people where they are and delivering what they need?

3 Tips for Creating an Ideal Business 

  • Know where you want to go so you can be proactive instead of reactive. 
  • Develop a systematic approach that helps you identify and achieve your goals.
  • Employ the attract, convert, and deliver format to help keep things simple.
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Setting Your Business and Marketing Plan a Year in Advance
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Setting Your Business and Marketing Plan a Year in AdvancePodcast 58

Building your business is no easy task and requires synergy and consistency. Jared Yellin from Synduit shares suggestions to nurture and maintain your client base and explains why creating a 12-month plan is crucial to your business’s growth and success.

In this episode, Cathy and Jared discuss the following:

  • The importance of being intentional about how you receive referrals
  • Why you should offer free webinars and programs with campaigns
  • Types of live events you can use to connect with online clients
  • How to use live events as a way to engage with your community
  • Why you should focus on relationships and partnerships instead of paid advertising
  • The value of investing in what you DO understand: “If you don’t get it, don’t spend it!”
  • Why Synduit focuses on a holistic marketing approach
  • The power of overcoming your fear so you can connect with clients who need you
  • The benefits of being proactive and using an annual marketing plan
  • Why you should spend one hour now to have more freedom for the next 12 months

If you’re a health and wellness entrepreneur, chances are your zone of genius focuses on coaching others how to live healthier lives—not marketing and advertising. Rather than wasting your time, money, and energy on sporadic marketing focus on the education, inspiration, and relationships needed to boost your business by creating a 12-month plan with Synduit’s support.

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Strategy Session With a Dietitian

 Jamie, a Registered Dietitian, joins us to talk about her online health coaching business. Jamie uses Facebook live, email lists, and Instagram to connect with her clients and share what’s working for her and what isn’t.  

We discuss:

  • Why Jamie started her online health coaching business as a dietitian
  • How Jamie has established a successful following  
  • What Jamie offers her clients through Facebook Live and emails   
  • Suggestions for converting leads from your website to real clients
  • Why you should avoid negative language in your messaging
  • The value of marketing, offering precise programs and having a call to action
  • Which Health Coach Group programs help establish a membership
  • The importance of nurturing your clients and using a positive message

Jamie has been a dietitian for over 20 years and recently left her job to start her online coaching business. Her goal is to develop a membership program that helps busy moms realize they can cook healthy meals without spending hours in the kitchen. After connecting with me on LinkedIn, she agreed to a strategy session to discuss how to take her business to the next level.

“It’s not enough to do your best. You must know what to do and then do your best.”  W. Edwards Deming

Strategy Session

the process

Have you ever wondered what goes on in a strategy session?  Listen to this week’s podcast and learn. 

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Transitioning Online – Strategy Session with a Dietitian
Transitioning Online – Strategy Session with a DietitianPodcast 57

Jamie, a Registered Dietitian, joins Cathy and Sandee to talk about her online health coaching business. Jamie uses Facebook live, email lists, and Instagram to connect with her clients and share what’s working for her and what isn’t.   

In this episode, we discuss the following:

  • Why Jamie started her online health coaching business as a dietitian
  • How Jamie has established a successful following  
  • What Jamie offers her clients through Facebook Live and emails   
  • Suggestions for converting leads from your website to real clients
  • Why you should avoid negative language in your messaging
  • The value of marketing, offering precise programs and having a call to action
  • Which Health Coach Group programs help establish a membership
  • The importance of nurturing your clients and using a positive message

Jamie has been a dietitian for over 20 years and recently left her job to start her online coaching business. Her goal is to develop a membership program that helps busy moms realize they can cook healthy meals without spending hours in the kitchen. After connecting with Cathy on LinkedIn, she agreed to a strategy session to discuss how to take her business to the next level.

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Should You Be Hosting a Wellness Retreat?

I love having 100% of my business online, but it is missing a little bit of the face-to-face, one-on-one that you get with an interpersonal brick and mortar business.  That’s why, in 2013, I decided to have an event at Club Med for my favorite clients.  I didn’t have a clue what I was doing, but I knew Club Med did and felt like I could mess up a little and they’d have my back.  The nice thing was, I had Christina manage the event for me and it went off without a hitch.  As a matter of fact, it was amazing.  Everyone had fun and it was more than anyone could’ve asked for.  We’ve had an event every year since.

This year our event is at a beautiful new resort-spa and will be the best one ever.  Hutchinson Bay Resort and Spa.  

This week, I interviewed Sheri Rosenthal.  Sheri’s specialty is running events.

Retreat or Live Eventtopics covered

Sheri Rosenthal is an expert retreat leader and talks with me about the value of offering retreats and how to integrate education to give your clients the best experience possible!

We discuss the following:

  • The difference between a live event and retreats
  • How to make money from hosting a retreat
  • What transformational retreats are and why you should offer them
  • Suggestions for hosting a gut-friendly retreat
  • How retreats enhance your business and improve your client’s experience
  • Why you should incorporate a “bucket-list destination” for your retreats
  • The importance of education-based marketing and email list building to fill your retreat
  • Suggestions for how to plan and successfully host a retreat without losing money
  • Recommendations for how to add value to your retreat and keep it, high class.

I believe in giving presents and the only thing we disagreed on is that.  At our last event, Vitamix and DreamCloud made it possible for me to give away $thousands of dollars worth or great gifts and in addition to that, we give out bags and pens, pads, and healthy snack food for during the event.  Last year, we each made an ornament with sand and shells and event pieces to remember the event and take home with us.  It was a nice team building activity.  Our groups like the team building events and the prizes.  We gave out a full year subscription to Healthie and a Natural Health Immersion Printed.  We’ve given head-shots and even videos of your elevator pitches.  For many of our clients, it was their first experience with video, and was nice doing it with their peers.  We’ll always include gifts as a part of our events/retreats because giving is one of my core values.

 Listen to the Podcast, I think you’ll learn a lot.  Join us at our event this year.  You’ll leave being glad you came.

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed. It is the only thing that ever has.”   Margaret Mead

a Note from Cathy

Based on Sheri’s definition, I would call our “events” retreats.  We don’t have 100’s of people at our events, normally there are 35-70 people.  We get to get to know each other a little and spend some one on one time, which est really nice.  I think of retreats as “restful”, our events aren’t restful.  We work pretty hard.  We had one event where we brought in big speakers and it was a thrill to meet them.  We learn from every event.  We’ve learned that the best thing we can do for you is give you everything we have to move you up to the next level and work with you to solve whatever it is you are working with at the time.  So, while I consider our gatherings events, they are definitely retreats.  It is a lot of work and it costs a lot of money.  The only time I was worried about losing money was when I paid a lot for speakers.  I then paid a lot for advertising to pay for the speakers and learned after all that, what my customers really wanted was time with us.  That’s important to remember.  If you remember those steps we look at to take your customers from one step to the next.  Your retreat should take them up a step.  

Listen to the podcast!  Sheri has valuable ideas.

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Wellness Retreats – Should You Be Offering Them?
Health Coach Conversations

Podcast 56

Sheri Rosenthal is an expert retreat leader and talks with Cathy about the value of offering retreats and how to integrate education to give your clients the best experience possible!

In this episode, Cathy and Sheri discuss the following:

  • The difference between a live event and retreats
  • How to make money from hosting a retreat
  • What transformational retreats are and why you should offer them
  • Suggestions for hosting a gut-friendly retreat
  • How retreats enhance your business and improve your client’s experience
  • Why you should incorporate a “bucket-list destination” for your retreats
  • The importance of education-based marketing and email list building to fill your retreat
  • Suggestions for how to plan and successfully host a retreat without losing money
  • Recommendations for how to add value to your retreat and keep it, high class.
Some business owners might shy away from hosting retreats but Sheri believes they’re an excellent way to increase your income and allow you to serve more people while enjoying the beauty of travel.
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How to Increase Your Sales With Touch-points

One of the scariest things, according to most of you, is advertising and spending money to get your name out in front of the public.  Most of my focus has been on list building and social media.  They are both important and will increase sales in your business if you are consistent, have the right message, audience, and a compelling call to action. touch-point

In brick and mortar business, I’ve always followed the 7 touch-point rule.  You need to have your product and your business in front of your customer a minimum of 7 times before you will make an appointment or sell something to them.  

All the research I see today says 6-14 times.  Because of the crazy online busyness, I would double those numbers.  Most of you get in front of a person once or maybe twice.  You have such an incredible gift to share, but if no one knows about you, you have no one to share it with.  Get your face, your name, your brand, your message out there.  Become recognizable and when they are READY to buy they WILL come to you and you’ll see your sales increase.

What are touch-points?

many, many options

Touch-points are the number of times that a potential client or client has contact with a business, or product, or person representing a business.  It’s during these touch-points that the client decides if they’ll do business with a company or buy it’s products or services.  There are touch-points which make up a client’s experience before, during, or after a purchase.  So those touch-points are important all the way through.  They determine if you’ll get repeat business or referrals too.

Today we’re going to be primarily focused on the “before” touch-points.  

It’s important that you diversify your touch-points so you learn which are most effective for your target market.  I’ve always said not to bury yourself in social media.  That is still true, find out which one or two platforms are best for your clients and don’t do more than that.  Focus and do those well instead of spreading yourself too thin.

“Your brand is a story unfolding across all customer touch points. ‘”  Jonah Sachs

Your clients experience with your brand is your story.  Be sure your story is authentic and engaging.

Touch-points

Pick, try them out, expand, adjust, analyze and improve.

 The ways you can make contact with potential customers is limited only by our imagination.  Here is a list of different touch-points:

  1. social media (Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn) interaction and advertising
  2. email marketing
  3. direct mail
  4. newspaper
  5. radio
  6. television
  7. SEO
  8. programmatic ads (Google)
  9. workshops
  10. webinars
  11. clinics
  12. store demonstrations
  13. vendor events
  14. trade shows
  15. referrals
  16. business cards
  17. special signature
  18. blogs
  19. podcasts
  20. quotes and pricing
  21. vehicle ads
  22. magazine ads
  23. text messaging
  24. website
  25. voicemail
  26. events 
  27. exposure through joint ventures
  28. packaging
  29. you and the way you treat people
  30. office
  31. sales channels
  32. sampling
  33. sponsoring
  34. person-to-person
  35. public relations
  36. testimonials

Your brand is important.  Your brand should be apparent in each point of contact.  The more times you “touch”, the more likely your potential client will remember you.  Keep it simple, honest, and provide value in each point of contact.

We’ll talk again about how important the client experience is.  Once you have a customer, you need to make sure they’re happy and satisfied.  You also need to learn when to say no.  We’ll talk about that too.

Want to hear more on this subject?  Listen to my podcast!  Health Coach Conversations

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Mattress and Sleep Secrets Revealed
Mattress and Sleep Secrets Revealed

Podcast 55

Everyone knows the importance of a good night’s sleep but not everyone has positive experiences with sleep. JJ Abodeely from Level Sleep joins Cathy to talk about healthy sleep habits and the impact of sleeping on a surface that truly provides the support your body needs.  

In this episode, Cathy and JJ discuss the following:

  • How Level Sleep began and grew its business
  • Why Level Sleep focuses on producing a toxin-free mattress
  • Why sleep is considered the foundation of our health
  • How your behaviors, environment, and sleep surfaces impact your sleep
  • The benefits and drawbacks of the direct-to-consumer mattress market
  • Common causes and potential solutions for pain related to sleep  
  • Suggestions for taking control of your sleep health  
  • How health coaches can integrate sleep wellness into their practice
  • Level Sleep’s Partnership Program   

For years Cathy’s husband has tossed and turned at night due to a past neck injury. After trying different types of pillows and beds, Cathy and her husband finally both enjoyed a full night’s rest thanks to Level Sleep.       

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For information about the Level Sleep Partnership Program email Partner@levelsleep.com.

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SLEEP THROUGH THE NIGHT

Do you sleep through the night?

Do you fall asleep right when you lay down?

Do you stay sleeping all night long? Do you wake up when your partner runs to the bathroom, or do you wake up with sweats, pain, or anxiety?

The last three years, my husband woke up and went to the bathroom, or roamed the house, or went down the hall to the living room and turned on the news and fell asleep again in his recliner.

That would wake me up and I would lay in bed thinking about everything I needed to do.  That’s why many of you would see me online at 3 a.m., and I know you’re not sleeping great because I ran into you there too.

 There are a lot of people who stay awake because of sleep apnea, hormones, or, if you have our Sleep Program, you know there are a lot of reasons you’re not sleeping and it’s a vicious cycle.  From the research we did on the program, I found that a good sleep routine can’t be beat.  From life experience and working with customers, I know that a good sleep environment can’t be beat.

 The information I’m going to share with you today is about a bed.  It’s a bed that was designed specifically for pain.  Then, there are other beds that were designed to be clean, luxurious, and affordable.  I’ll tell you about those as well.

the first weeka new bed

lSome of you know that I got to play Oprah last year, giving away beds and Vitamix’s and other goodies.  Well, I got a new bed too.  It’s called Level-Sleep and it is made specifically for people in pain.  I’m not in pain, my husband is.  In 1969, he broke his neck and at the time, there was only one successful surgery for putting things back the way they were supposed to be, so he chose not to do it.  Things fused on their own and arthritis grew as he got older and now, he is holding his head up with muscles, and not his neck or bones.  So he is in pain.  In February, he was advised to have a surgery, we got two other opinions, who said it was more likely he’d be turned into a vegetable than saved from eventual paralysis. So, he resigned himself to being in pain for the rest of his life. 

At this same time, Level-Sleep sent us a bed to try out that is designed for people in pain.  They sent a couple of pillows too.

The neighbor said to give the bed an A+ on delivery and setup – it was a breeze.  We’ve (he) had the opposite experience with other beds.  He helps out a lot so he gets to put in his opinion on that piece.

I tried the pillow first.  I thought it was pretty cool that there was a spot for the ear when sleeping on your side.  I figured I’d be able to hear better.  I didn’t realize I moved around so much in my sleep.  I was hot and didn’t sleep on the pillow again.

Gary slept on the pillow the second night and didn’t get used to it, but tried it the third night and now he won’t sleep without it.  It holds his neck in place and makes him feel secure.  He’s told everyone he knows about it because it’s been that good for him.

He is also a skeptic.  As positive as I am, he is negative.  To be honest, we were both nervous because we liked the bed we’d had.  He kept saying “I can’t tell if I like it.”  I noticed something right away, and that was, he quit waking up all night long.  He used to wake up several times a night and now he was sleeping all the way through. That in itself can increase quality of life immensely.

We were flooded the second day we had the bed and my lower back hurt when I went to bed.  He, of course hurt like normal.  He never slows down anyway.  We both woke up feeling good in the morning.  Gary goes from 3-10 on the pain scale during the day to night and he was waking up at 1 and feeling better than 10 sometimes at the end of the day.

I plan on trying the pillow again with a crisper pillow case.  Gary wouldn’t change a thing.  Beds and pillows, like lifestyle changes are bio-individual.  It is better that it work for Gary than for me.

“Laugh and the world laughs with you, snore and you sleep alone.”  Anthony Burgess

it just gets better

the compounded effect

The more nights you sleep straight through, the better it gets.  The more rested you are, the easier it is to handle stress and pain.  

I talked about the bed the first week and lots of people were interested.  There must be a lot of people in pain.  I told them I wasn’t 100% sure it was the bed.  How could you be after a few days?  So I went a month.  I had Gary give me his sleep tracker information and I was right – he was sleeping better.  I know I was sleeping better – because he was.

Another thing, I get hot at night and need a cool bed, cool sheets, cool temperature.  I stay cool in this bed.  I was visualizing us in the 50’s movie version with different beds, the twin beds with one foot on the floor!  We’re both comfortable and get to continue to share a bed and a room.

When we first got married, he had to have a bed that felt like a piece of wood.  This is softer.  I’m very pleased with it.  I’m grateful to have it because of Gary and I was really happy to have it when I hurt from getting water out of the house and moving furniture.  It’s really ingenious.   

I was thrilled with the materials.  They are much cleaner than most mattresses and they are coming out with a purely clean mattress soon.

other bedseveryone sleeps differently

The other beds include a luxury, 100% clean bed, and the budget mattress.

Ashlie has the luxurious version, DreamCloud (the one we were going to have before we got the level-sleep for Gary).  She loved it, her husband loves it.  Now, she gets warm sleeping on it.  That’s why it’s so important when you’re choosing your bed to get the right one. I interviewed JJ for this week’s podcast and the beds all have a warranty.  I think that takes the fear factor out and makes it a no lose proposition to choose a bed.

My Level-Sleep Bed has a 365 Day Warranty, I don’t know how you can ask for anything better than that.

Amanda wrote this about her Nectar bed;  

To give a little background first, I have been using a high-quality mattress up until a month ago but it was, I think maybe 12 years old.  It’s definitely seen its share of wear and tear after raising three kids and countless pets, yet I still considered it to be an okay mattress at this point.  I was waking up once or twice a night and not feeling overly rested in the morning, but it wasn’t horrible.  I just assumed it was part of my ‘getting older’ process. 

Then my Nectar Memory Foam Mattress arrived with two Memory Foam pillows.  I was skeptical.  It arrived rolled up in a vacuum sealed plastic wrap.  I remember thinking, “This can’t possibly be better than a

regular mattress.  There is no substance to it!”.  But I unwrapped it and cut the plastic wrap off.  It said to wait 24 hours for it to be fully ‘inflated’ but it actually was a lot faster. 

I decided to finally test it out.  I noticed immediately how it DIDN’T make all the noises my regular mattress made.  There were no springs or anything to move around.  But what surprised me was how well the mattress adjusted to me.  What was supposed to be just a few minutes test trial turned into me staying and relaxing in bed for a few hours.  It was wonderful.  Every single aspect of my body felt supported in a way my older mattress never did.  I was genuinely excited for bedtime that evening. 

The next few days I did wake up with a little bit of a sore back, but I think it was just my body adjusting to the new support.  Since then, and I’ve been sleeping on it for about a month now, I have been waking up feeling rested.  I almost never wake up in the middle of the night anymore.  Things I had believed to be due to aging were actually due to a mattress that wasn’t adequate.  Every night I sink into the mattress with a contented sigh because of how perfectly it supports me. 

I’ve even had to fight off my kids.  They used to stay on the couch when there were watching a movie on the tablet or playing a game on their phone.  Now I catch them in my room kicking back on the bed.  Even they recognize how superior it is to the mattress I had previously.  My daughter has even hijacked one of the pillows and she has found that her breathing at night (she has asthma) has improved significantly. 

I can’t even begin to say just how much I love this mattress.  Waking up feeling refreshed each morning has given me the motivation I needed to start early morning workouts again.  I feel the best I’ve felt in a long time and I expect it to only continue to improve.  If you are considering a mattress, I can’t recommend this one enough.  If you are unsure about the idea of memory foam because you are stuck in the traditional spring mattress style, trust me on this, you will not regret switching.  It is everything I didn’t know I needed in a mattress.

Amy Korn-Reavis, our Clinical Sleep Educator received a bed, I got to surprise her with it in our podcast on Sleep.  Thank you for that as well JJ.  I love giving presents.  You can find her review on her website www.amykornreavis.com

Thank You DreamCloud, Nectar, and Level-Sleep. 

The Health Coach Group thanks you as well, I’m pretty sure we’re all better workers because of our beds.  How would that be for a corporate wellness incentive?  New beds for the big thinkers and producers would pay-off pretty fast. 

Chiropractors, orthopedists, personal trainers, physical therapists, and really, any health professional,  if you want to offer something that will improve the quality of life for your patients, I personally will vouch for Level-Sleep.  They have an affiliate program that you can sign up for and you can track your patient’s experience.

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Mattress and Sleep Secrets Revealed
Mattress and Sleep Secrets Revealed

Podcast 55

Everyone knows the importance of a good night’s sleep but not everyone has positive experiences with sleep. JJ Abodeely from Level Sleep joins Cathy to talk about healthy sleep habits and the impact of sleeping on a surface that truly provides the support your body needs.  

In this episode, Cathy and JJ discuss the following:

  • How Level Sleep began and grew its business
  • Why Level Sleep focuses on producing a toxin-free mattress
  • Why sleep is considered the foundation of our health
  • How your behaviors, environment, and sleep surfaces impact your sleep
  • The benefits and drawbacks of the direct-to-consumer mattress market
  • Common causes and potential solutions for pain related to sleep  
  • Suggestions for taking control of your sleep health  
  • How health coaches can integrate sleep wellness into their practice
  • Level Sleep’s Partnership Program   

For years Cathy’s husband has tossed and turned at night due to a past neck injury. After trying different types of pillows and beds, Cathy and her husband finally both enjoyed a full night’s rest thanks to Level Sleep.       

Connect with Us:

Set up a Strategy Session with Us!
support@thehealthcoachgroup.com

Mentioned In This Episode:

Level Sleep

For information about the Level Sleep Partnership Program email Partner@levelsleep.com.

Links to resources:

Health Coach Group Website

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