After you graduate, you may feel like you don't know enough or that you'll need to pursue advanced or specialized training before you can feel confident in your coaching. I invite you to hold off on that.
With more than ten years in the health coaching profession, I've observed the evolution of the industry and the changes in marketing and trends around how to get clients and make money coaching.
Your health coaching practice is unique to your personal and professional desires, so don't compare what you're doing or want to be doing with what others are doing.
If you feel like you need another way to think about setting up your health coaching practice, check out Get Clients 101: The Essential Handbook for Coaches and Consultants by Jo Dale
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