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Why your wellbeing business is like the bread isle at your local supermarket.

Why your wellbeing business is like the bread isle in your local super market.

If you are worried that there are too many holistic therapists or yoga teachers in your local and not enough clients. I want you to imagine your wellbeing business is like the bread isle in your local super market. 

What........ I hear you say. 

Will your wellbeing business make enough money to be your full-time gig?

Is fear ruining your wellbeing business? 

You are working with your passion -  you are being of service to your clients. But are you making money as a yoga teacher or massage therapist? In the end if you are not making the money that you need to live or support your family; then you cannot serve as many people as you are meant to or you may even need to stop all together and get a full-time job.

My 6 top tips for starting your wellbeing business

My 6 top tips for starting your wellbeing business

6 tips for starting a wellbeing business 

Starting your own wellbeing business is hugely exciting and liberating, your creativity can flow like never before. You can tap into your heart’s desires you can create a business inline with your own values and passions.

How do you turn your dream wellbeing business into a reality? This quote from Annabel Karmel sums it up perfectly.

“The difference between dreaming of starting a business and actually doing it is the right combination of passion, planning, commitment and good advice.” Annabel Karmel

Here are my six tips.

1. Do what you love and believe in your idea.

If you are going to create your own business, choose the idea that sets your heart on fire, that sets you alight. We all have different passions, something that we love doing. What is that one thing that you do that you have an overwhelming desire to share with the world?

2. Ask yourself the question, “Am I going to enjoy running a business?”

This may seem a little odd, but running a business is not for everyone. Just because you have a passion that you want to share with the world does not mean that running a business is the way to do it.

I love running businesses, I thrive on the ups and downs, the unknowns, the meeting of new people, the new challenges it brings, serving my customers. I also enjoy the challenges that having staff can bring.

3. Planning.

Plan and research; to many business people this bit feels a bit of a tie, after all, you have your exciting idea, your passion and you can’t wait to get started. But trust me, the more that you do in the planning the more chance of success you have. DO A BUSINESS PLAN, even if you are not trying to raise funding? If like me you are a blue sky thinker you may find this a challenge, this has been one of the times in the past I have used a business coach to hold me accountable. He helped me to ground my ideas and my thoughts into a reality, he held me accountable for doing the work. And boy was he right; the act of writing down and researching helped my business to grow.

4. Support network.

Surround yourself with people who will support your dream unconditionally, people who get it (the desire to set your own path) – friends, partner, business coach; business can be a lonely place. I could not have been successful in my business without all three of these groups.

5. Be persistent.

If you follow tip number 1 to 4 then tip number 5 will come your way. Running a business, no matter how well you have done all the planning and got support from the right people there are going to be challenges along the way. In my experience challenges usually arise just before a growth.

6. Buy my book - From client to clinic owner - create your wellbeing business from the inside out.

I wrote this book for you if you want to create a successful career in wellbeing. I started out as a reflexologist after having my first child – I knows what it is like to be an alternative health practitioner filled with a passion to treat as many people as possible...but I also knows the challenges of running a wellbeing business the fear, sense of overwhelm the money blocks. Based on my personal experiences I shares valuable insights and practical powerful exercises to help you create your wellbeing business:

- Get clarity about your business vision and who your ideal clients are.

- By understanding who your clients are, you can create authentic connections.

- Create a brand in line with your values and build a community of clients who love you.

- Create goals, manage your time and keep moving forward.

- Understand how to price your practice or class and why it matters.

If you are an alternative health practitioner, counsellor, yoga or mindfulness teacher who has a passion for what you do but are struggling to fill your practice or class, this book will provide you with honest, practical advice that will enable you to follow your heart and bring your healing skills to life.

NOW IT IS OVER TO YOU.

Have you used either of these steps? If so, which one?

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