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One of my goals for my health coaching practice is to have a three to four day workweek. This means getting everything in my business done, from working on my business (administrative, marketing, and money stuff) to working in my business (seeing clients), in that time.
There are weeks when I work more than three or four days, especially if I’m fleshing out a new offer or creating new content, but because I have a structure in place for how I want to work, I can easily go back to it.
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.
You may be interested in reading these books, which can help you create a success and abundance mindset:
Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less
What were your takeaways?
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I am a Graduate Ambassador of Institute for Integrative Nutrition and may receive compensation for anyone who enrolls through my referral. All views and opinions expressed here and on Grow Yourself, Grow Your Health Coaching Practice are my own.