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The Wellpreneur Podcast is the show for entrepreneurs who love wellness and holistic health! If you are a wellness entrepreneur who does health coaching, yoga, fitness, nutrition, meditation, herbal medicine, aromatherapy, or other alternative health and wellbeing therapies, you'll hear tips, strategies and interviews to help you create your successful wellness business. Join host Amanda Cook to learn how to grow your business without burning yourself out. Learn more at wellpreneur.com

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In the midst of the global health crisis, Amanda, as a wellness practitioner, decided to dedicate this episode to the pandemic of COVID-19. More specifically, she shares key areas where wellpreneurs can help their communities in upcoming months. Tune in and learn Amanda’s rule of thumb when helping others, what to do if you are a fitness or yoga instructor, how to teach people to take care of their immune system and diet, how to handle isolation and stress, and many more! In addition, you will find out everything you need to know about current Alchemy & Action spring enrollment and how you can apply for it! Episode links available on the website: https://wellpreneur.com/your-community-needs-your-wellness-skills-s07e16/ Copyright 2020 Wellpreneur Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
This week I have another great interview in Real Wellpreneur series, and my guest is Sachiko Marchand, holistic food coach, dietitian, nutritionist, and founder of Holistic Food Journey. Sachiko was actually one of my clients, and when we first met she was doing personal chef services and cooking classes in a few countries before settling down in Australia, but we transformed her business by shifting it online and allowing her to grow this worldwide community. She is now working less with having a lot more impact and generating more income, her work is much more fun, and she's spending more time with her family, which is her top priority. Sachiko is such an inspiration! She has proven that you absolutely CAN find time to grow your business even when you are having small children and take care of your family. She's experienced incredible growth in her business: she has a thriving online community, a few very popular courses, published book, and we talk about that whole amazing journey. Sachiko will share some of the financial aspects of growing her business. I think you'll find this interview really inspiring, especially if you feel like you can't balance the time between your work and your family or have trouble transitioning to growing your business from your day job. And actually when we finished the interview we kept chatting and talking about market research and how important it was for her while she'd been developing her programs - so I decided to record that part as well and add it to today's episode as I think you'll find it super valuable to hear how you can zero down on your audience. So get your notebook ready because there's tons of goodness in today's interview. I know you'll enjoy it! This episode originally aired on The Wellpreneur Podcast. Get the full show notes with links: https://wellpreneur.com/real-wellpreneur-sachiko-marchand/ Copyright 2012-2020 Wellpreneur Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
Happy New Year and welcome to Season 4 Finale! What an incredible year this has been! At Wellpreneur we interviewed the most amazing guests, released The Wellpreneur Planner and I had the pleasure of speaking at some pretty great events, one of which was UK Health Coaches Association Conference. The keynote speaker at the conference was Dr. Rangan Chatterjee, British physician, author, TV presenter and podcaster, best known for his TV show Dr. In the House. He's also the resident doctor on BBC1 breakfast show and a frequent radio guest and author of the bestselling book called The 4 Pillar Plan, and as we are recording this fantastic interview he is releasing his latest book The Stress Solution. But the main reason I called Dr. Chatterjee on the show is because he is a wellpreneur. As a physician he is regularly seeing patients, but what makes him a wellpreneur is the fact that he is looking at his career in a different light and he wanted to see how he could impact the most people, so today he is sharing his amazing career path from GP to reaching people on a much larger level: through television, radio, writing and podcasting. The other reason I was so eager to interview Dr. Chatterjee is because he is a huge fan of health coaching and strongly advocates for it to become integrated in regular health care, and because his books are such useful tools to wellpreneurs out there. It's really great to see such an influential physician talking about how health coaches and doctors can work together, not only in the UK, but in variety of other health care systems where doctors are either overworked, or they don't have the time or training to help patients make the lifestyle change which is something where health coaches can provide the most value. His vision is that there will be a health coach in every doctor's office within the next few years. We also talk about stress today, and the way Dr. Chatterjee is managing stress himself and how he is helping others reduce it. What I really liked is the idea of touch and using touch to help reduce stress. There's a lot of goodness in this episode so grab a cup of tea and join our conversation. This episode originally aired on The Wellpreneur Podcast. Get the full show notes with links: https://wellpreneur.com/health-coaching-and-health-care-with-dr-chatterjee/ Copyright 2012-2020 Wellpreneur Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
This week we're jumping into another installment of the Real Wellpreneur series. My guest today is Dr. Alexis Shields, a naturopathic physician who's also a digital nomad, running her business completely virtually and living in different locations around the world. And just like we talked about in the first episode of the season (Freedom and Flexibility), being a real wellpreneur and taking your business online doesn't necessarily have to be changing location: it can be working 3 days a week or taking the summers off, or whatever freedom means to YOU and shaping your business to fit that. And that's exactly what Alexis had done, and from her story you'll see how she's been able to make a thriving business. I know you'll especially enjoy this episode if you are a doctor looking for ways to grow your business and because taking your business online is not always an option, you'll hear from a fellow wellpreneur how you can work within these restrictions. Plus Alexis mentions tons of useful tools you can use in your biz and you'll find them all in the show notes. This episode originally aired on The Wellpreneur Podcast. Get the full show notes with links: https://wellpreneur.com/real-wellpreneur-dr-alexis-shields/ Copyright 2012-2020 Wellpreneur Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
This week I'm talking to wellpreneur Jenny Tschiesche, the LunchBox Doctor. Jenny not only runs her LunchBox Doctor website but she's also the best selling author, a frequent guest on local and national radio stations, TV guest in the UK, and has a fabulous public speaking career. I met Jenny in person a few weeks ago and I really wanted to bring her to the show because the amazing way she spun her career towards her strengths, being that she's such a strong communicator and also loves to do recipe development. A brilliant example of a wellpreneur who created her business around what works best for her. We also touch on what's it like to be working with publishers as a book author, working multiple projects at the same time and time management, personal routines to help her stay balanced, her relationship with social media + so much more! Also, don't forget that in our Facebook group this Tuesday (Dec 18th) is also our final 2019 planning discussion: this week we're talking about our editorial calendar, it's the way that you plan the next few months even the next year. So if you want to come up with the content that is really appealing to your own ideal client in the upcoming year and have a calendar to follow exactly what to create and when - join our Tuesday FB Live! This episode originally aired on The Wellpreneur Podcast. Get the full show notes with links: https://wellpreneur.com/focusing-on-your-strengths-with-jenny-tschiesche-2/ Copyright 2012-2020 Wellpreneur Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
This week I'm interviewing Speech Diva D'Arcy Webb and we're talking about how to find your true voice, and how to really find the words that have power and speak your truth. Having your talk or a workshop feel like a party and using your time on stage to meaningfully convey your message is not something that comes natural to all of us. But what if public speaking could be fun? I know that Public speaking is a big dream and a great fear for many wellpreneurs, so when I met D'Arcy I just knew I had to have her come to the show and talk about making you feel more at ease when using your voice. And this interview comes I think particularly timely because we're approaching the time of the year when we'll be setting new goals, and for many of you these goals may include public speaking, so this week's chat will empower you and hopefully make you feel more at ease when using your voice to convey your message. This episode originally aired on The Wellpreneur Podcast. Get the full show notes with links: https://wellpreneur.com/how-to-speak-your-truth-with-darcy-webb/ Copyright 2012-2020 Wellpreneur Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
Today's episode is really special because I'm interviewing someone who's work had a huge impact on my life and helped me find my inner voice again. I'm honored and thrilled to have Martha Beck on the show today. Martha is an author and a life coach and the book she wrote that helped me turn my life around Finding Your Own North Star still remains one of my top reads. You'll hear about Martha's amazing career path and how she became such an accomplished author. We talk about how we all put cultural norms over our own preferences and how because of that we often don't end up doing things that really feel right to us, things that are in our nature. We go deep into conversation about how creation is a fundamental impulse of all humans and Martha's concept of Integrity Cleanse and how we can start tuning into ourselves and how many of us deep down know what they want but don't have access to that knowledge, and how to unlock that. We touch on epigenetics, transformation of human consciousness, her writing, and always believing and doing what you love can be more magical than you ever imagined + SO MUCH MORE! This episode originally aired on The Wellpreneur Podcast. Get the full show notes with links: https://wellpreneur.com/integrity-cleanse-with-martha-beck/ Copyright 2012-2020 Wellpreneur Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
I'm having a fantastic interview for you today! I'm speaking with healthy food chef Alia Dalal. I met Alia several years ago and she was a member of one of my very first small group coaching programs called Wellpreneur Incubator. She is a personal chef and she was teaching cooking classes and doing personal chef services and at the time we started working together she was trying to find new ways to diversify her income and expand her reach so she didn't have to spend all of her time just cooking, which she loves to do, but there's only a certain amount of time you can spend doing only that, right? It's really great to have Alia now on the show to share what she's created, and today in particular, because the reason I wanted to have her come on was to talk about television. Alia has had a lot of experience getting herself on the television in a few different ways: she's done a self produced show, she hosted a show on a local TV network, and she's created a cooking show for a private network which I didn't even know existed as an option - how cool is that?! And it really got me thinking about the potential of using video, and we talked a bit about using online videos for wellness businesses but she is doing actually television as a video, and I think it'll expand your mind on what's possible. I know a lot of wellpreneurs out there dream about having a TV show, so I think some of what Alia says will open your eyes and maybe shatter some misconceptions, I know it did for me. Alia is super cool, I love her website and her branding, her personality, it's just really amazing how she's been able to turn this personal chef business into something that really fits her and expand it in so many different areas. This episode originally aired on The Wellpreneur Podcast. Get the full show notes with links: https://wellpreneur.com/hosting-a-tv-show-with-personal-chef-alia-dalal/ Copyright 2012-2020 Wellpreneur Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
This week I have the amazing Jess Thomas on the podcast. Jess is the Founder of Health Lab, which is a 7-figure business, which produces 100% natural beauty and wellness snacks for women, based in Australia. It's really great to talk to someone who runs a product oriented business as we usually speak with founders of service based wellness providers. I think you'll enjoy the full story from someone who runs a physical product centered business all the way from funding (she sold her car for $5000 she invested in her business), how she works with her husband and what that looks like, and how she doesn't really believe in the work-life balance and that instead we should work on the idea of integration. So if you ever thought about adding a product or launching a product based business, you'll find this interview especially insightful. Now I teased you last week about something new I've been working on and I'm finally ready to tell you more about it! You already know that couple of years ago I released my book Wellpreneur, which teaches you how to bring more right people to your website and turn them into paying clients. It's an online marketing system for the wellness industry that's been a huge success and still sells on Amazon constantly bringing new members to our community. But there's something else that happens at this time of the year that became a certain tradition for the past couple of years and that's creating an actionable plan of what are we going to work on in the coming year. And so far I have talked about this in a few podcasts and created a downloadable PDF planner you can download and use, but from speaking with some of my friends and clients and hearing your thoughts I thought that it'd be cool to create an actual physical planner you could use to plan out your entire year of wellness business. And I realized that I wanted that for my own business as well and I know it will be useful to all of you too. And I've created it! It's called The Wellpreneur Planner and the launch is happening on Black Friday Nov 23rd 2018, and it will be available on Amazon. If you want to stay up to date about it, make sure to get on my email list and join our Facebook community. So speaking about physical product based business today I thought it would be a perfect time to give you some more input on my new physical product that can help your business :) This episode originally aired on The Wellpreneur Podcast. Get the full show notes with links: https://wellpreneur.com/running-a-product-oriented-business-with-jess-thomas/ Copyright 2012-2020 Wellpreneur Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
My guest this week is natural food chef Ceri Jones. Ceri had a bit of an unconventional career path, starting with a music career that transitioned over time, so I really think you'll enjoy hearing her story. Now before we dive into this amazing interview - I have a little teaser for you on what's happening at Wellpreneur. I'll be able to talk more about this in the next couple of weeks of course, but for now let's just say that I'm preparing something really cool that'll soon be available on Amazon, so stay tuned! Another thing that I wanted to bring up is that I made some changes in my approach to email newsletters, you probably noticed the change in the title but something bigger that I did is that I actually combined my 2 different lists: my personal brand and Wellpreneur, so stay through today's episode intro to hear more about the reasons why I did that and what changed and we can discuss email strategies more in the Facebook Community Facebook group. Now if you are a personal chef or a nutritionist you'll really want to hear my today's chat with Ceri and how she made a major shift in her career, started and grown her blog over the years and how her business evolved. We're also discussing creating multiple income streams, how to run retreats as a chef, whether creating an app for your business makes sense + so much more! Episode Links: NaturalKitchenAdventures.com wellpreneurbook.com Join 4,000 other wellpreneurs in our Wellpreneur Community FB group: www.facebook.com/groups/wellpreneur/ ( http://www.facebook.com/groups/wellpreneur/ ) This episode originally aired on The Wellpreneur Podcast. Get the full show notes with links: https://wellpreneur.com/real-wellpreneur-ceri-jones/ Copyright 2012-2020 Wellpreneur Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
Today I'm speaking with Delamay Devi, yoga teacher and digital nomad with an incredible story. As a perfect continuation on the previous episode on how to create more freedom and flexibility and what it means to each and every one of us, Delamay shares how she structured her life and business. What's amazing is that for the past 9 years she's been following the sun, so she hasn't had a winter in 9 years. Both her and her husband work online and offline, they move through various locations around the world throughout the year where she teaches yoga, teacher training, mentorship, and runs retreats. I know that the idea of running retreats is a dream for so many of you, and even recently we had some questions in our Facebook Community on how to plan a retreat. And yes, it can feel a bit daunting on how you are going to pull it together which is why it's always helpful to hear an insight from someone who constantly organizes them. Which is why with Delamay I'm talking about retreat planning in detail. Something else I really took away with this interview is a sense of alignment and how you cant just model your business based just on what everyone else is doing, but intentionally set the boundaries and the shape of your business based on what's authentically you. I would very much love to talk to you about this interview in our FB Community, so jump in and leave us a comment there! This episode originally aired on The Wellpreneur Podcast. Get the full show notes with links: https://wellpreneur.com/successful-retreat-planning-with-delamay-devi/ Copyright 2012-2020 Wellpreneur Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
This week I'm very excited to have Lauren Armes, founder of Welltodo Global on the podcast again! Lauren joined us first time on the podcast way back in episode 72 when her business was really focused around local London market and serving the wellness community here. And since then so much has changed! Her business expanded global, she's got in person events at different locations around the world along with the ones locally, she's doing consultancy and coaching and works with a lot of partnerships and it's really amazing what she's created in the past couple of years. I think you are really going to getting this updated glimpse into her business journey, but also getting Lauren's take on what's working in the wellness industry today. And don't forget that if you want to talk about this weeks episode, ask a question about your business, or just connect with other motivated wellness entrepreneurs you can do that in our Wellpreneur Community on Facebook. Enjoy the interview! This episode originally aired on The Wellpreneur Podcast. Get the full show notes with links: https://wellpreneur.com/wellness-industry-trends-with-lauren-armes/ Copyright 2012-2020 Wellpreneur Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
Welcome back to the first episode of the Season 4 of The Wellpreneur Podcast! Hope you had a nice season break and had a chance to catch up on some of the previous episodes you may have missed. I recently gave a talk at the first ever UK Health Coaches Association Conference about Freedom and Flexibility in your health and wellness business, and it really resonated with wellpreneurs so I wanted to kick off this new season with offering some ideas and advice today with all of you listening about how you can make some more freedom and flexibility in your own lives and businesses. I'm all about freedom and flexibility, and that's how I intentionally designed by business and my life, so if you are aspiring towards that you are really going to enjoy today's episode. And because being more free and flexible means something different to each one of us, I'll be talking about shifting your perception towards what it means to you and how you can take actions towards designing your life and business towards your own goals. So tune in! :) And I know there's a lot of new listeners out there because in the meanwhile we became available on Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and most recently Spotify - and a lot of you don't know yet that there's another awesome way to connect with us and the rest of the wellness community alongside listening to the show and that's by joining our Wellpreneur Community on Facebook that already counts over 4,000 health and wellness industry experts. As I often record the episodes from my apartment in London, sometimes it's easy to forget how inspiring the show and the community have been to so many people and how this can actually impact your life. I had an experience recently just a couple of weeks ago where I spoke at the first ever UK Health Coaches Association Conference (and I rarely go to speaking events) and I met a lot of listeners, and signed tons of books which made me realize just how much they impacted someone's life and career and I was so happy to connect with other wellpreneurs. Being location independent and having the ability to work from home or anywhere is wonderful, but I also really recommend getting out there and meeting your people and your peers in person too. In fact I plan on taking my own advice and do more events in 2019 at various locations, and I already lined up a few in the next couple of months so I'd love to meet all of you who can join me! This episode originally aired on The Wellpreneur Podcast. Get the full show notes with links: https://wellpreneur.com/freedom-and-flexibility/ Copyright 2012-2020 Wellpreneur Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
We did it! We've reached the finale of another season of The Wellpreneur Podcast, and it's been so much fun bringing you all these diverse groups of guests talking about how you can grow your wellness business online, and create a brand and business that really fits you. I feel like one of the main themes this season has been branding and thinking beyond what you see on Instagram and copying what other people do. Instead we focused on crafting businesses and brands that fit us and our unique strengths. So to round up this set of interviews I really wanted to do an interview with Esther Jacobs, a truly inspiring digital nomad who calls herself 'the no excuses lady'. We met at a conference in Bangkok where I was really amazed with how she created this business that totally fits her and what she loves to do instead of focusing on a specific niche, which allowed her to create products and services in a variety of areas all around no excuses. She is one of the most 'can do' positive people that I know, and has a unique ability to bring in not just the sense of WOW in people, but inspire concrete ideas of what you can really do to get started on some project. I know you'll just love hearing story of how she got started with her business and personal brand, and what you should be thinking about when figuring out how to position your business. We're talking about how to bring your strengths into your business and just work in a way that feels natural and fun, how to not get stuck in a small niche, and you'll also hear tons of valuable tips on growing your tribe and social media strategy. What I also find interesting lately is asking established online entrepreneurs what would they be doing f they were just starting out their online career, so Esther and I have a great conversation around that today. I feel like this interview is such a strong way to finish out our season and leave you with some good food for thought about how your business fits YOU. Because the reason why so many of us wanted to start our own businesses is this possibility of creating something we can do with the flow, something that feels easy and natural, and I believe this interview will help you move more towards that direction if you got lost somewhere along the way. Because we don't want to feel like we're struggling, we want to make impact in the world by doing something that we love, and even if we do work a lot - we want to do it in a fun, passionate way! This episode originally aired on The Wellpreneur Podcast. Get the full show notes with links: https://wellpreneur.com/social-media-and-personal-branding-with-esther-jacobs/ Copyright 2012-2020 Wellpreneur Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
I have been saving a fantastic interview for you this late in the season! My this week's guest is Aviva Romm, Medical Doctor, herbalist, midwife, author of multiple books, courses and really focuses on women's and children's health. Now being that she is such an amazing wellpreneur I have known bout Aviva for a while now, but what really made me really want to have her on the podcast is when I picked up a copy of her book The Adrenal Thyroid Revolution. And having worked with my own thyroid issues a few years back, by going through it I really wished this book was available back then. So we are kicking it off today by discussing thyroid and stress, why there are so many adrenal/thyroid issues these days in general, and especially in the entrepreneurial community. Because she's a wellpreneur herself we also touch on her routines as an entrepreneur, how she's found time to build self-care and down time into her work schedule, how she keeps social media from taking over your life. What's also incredible is that Aviva and her husband run her entire business, so she's just now in the process of building a team so we talk a lot about that because what from outside looks like she has a big team running her online presence so far have been just the two of them. And it always amazes me how in fact we can make a huge impact in the world without making huge investments, but just by yourself or with a help of your friend or family member, from your computer. I know you are going to love this episode, so I welcome you to continuing the discussion about it over in our Wellpreneur community on Facebook. This episode originally aired on The Wellpreneur Podcast. Get the full show notes with links: https://wellpreneur.com/the-real-wellpreneur-aviva-romm/ Copyright 2012-2020 Wellpreneur Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
For this week's episode I thought I'd switch it up a little bit and do something I haven't done in a really long time which is answer some of your questions! You probably noticed that when you signed up for our email list we have this really cool, yet simple thing set up: the first email that you get as an autoresponder form us is a question like "what is your biggest frustration with your business" or "what is the thing that you are working on that you'd like to have help with". And this is amazing because I get an idea about what you guys are actually interested in, what are you struggling with right now, what kind of topics do you want to be hearing about. And we track ALL of these and every once in a while we go back and see what kind of content you'd like to see published on our site. So I thought that this time I would just pull out a few questions that really jumped out at me and answer them on air! I'll give you my thoughts on these questions and also resources you can read or listen to, and learn more about that specific topic. This episode originally aired on The Wellpreneur Podcast. Get the full show notes with links: https://wellpreneur.com/your-most-asked-questions-about-growing-your-wellness-business/ Copyright 2012-2020 Wellpreneur Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
Do you ever find yourself wishing that you could be more focused and get more work done in your business? Amanda finds this problem very frequently among the Wellpreneur community. Therefore, she decided to share all her wisdom regarding focus and productivity in order to make your work more effective and aligned. Stay tuned and find out about the differences between focus and productivity and why you should locate a sweet spot between those two. Last but not least, you will learn about the 4 blocks that keep us from being the entrepreneurs that we really want to be! Besides, this episode is celebrating the new Focused & Productive Mindset Challenge that is coming pretty soon! Tune in, listen more about it, and find out how you can sign up for it! This episode originally aired on The Wellpreneur Podcast. Get the full show notes with links: https://wellpreneur.com/focus-productivity-s07e15/ Copyright 2012-2020 Wellpreneur Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
This Monday, Amanda is joined with one of her clients, Amani Kaite, a Gut Health Nutritionist who made a great success in building business using LinkedIn. Mainly, you will find out why Amani chose LinkedIn as a way to find her clients, who should use it, how to make a top-notch LinkedIn profile, what kind of content you should share on it, and what results she achieved using this approach. Our guest spoke very openly about her strategy and how it can really work for you, too. Therefore, prepare a pen & paper and tune in! In addition, you will learn more about the upcoming Alchemy & Action spring enrolment and how you can join the waitlist! This episode originally aired on The Wellpreneur Podcast. Get the full show notes with links: https://wellpreneur.com/amani-kaite-using-linkedin-to-find-coaching-clients-s07e14/ Copyright 2012-2020 Wellpreneur Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
This Monday, Amanda interviews Jo Tucker, a healer, a coach and an educator who helps entrepreneurs to deal with their perfectionism, upper limits, lack of clarity, and procrastination using trauma liberation. More specifically, you will hear about Jo’s take on trauma and how it is connected to perfectionism and procrastination, how our ancestors influence our emotional sensitivity, what is Re-Parenting and Hyper Socialization, how challenging is to implement new elements into a business, and many more! In addition, you will learn more about Amanda’s Find Your Flow, a free 6-days course of bite-sized rituals, remedies and actions to help you get more done with ease! This episode originally aired on The Wellpreneur Podcast. Get the full show notes with links: https://wellpreneur.com/jo-tucker-on-perfectionism-trauma-and-healing-s07e11/ Copyright 2012-2020 Wellpreneur Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
In this week’s episode, Amanda is joined with Catherine Watkin, a heart-centered selling expert who teaches business owners how to get more clients saying “Yes!” You will find out how you can approach sales in a different way that really feels good and aligned while growing your business. Particularly, you will learn what sales approach you should avoid, how to make sales call effective, whether you should show your prices in public or not, and ultimately what is Heart Centered Selling. Besides, you will find out all the news about upcoming Alchemy & Action spring enrollment! This episode originally aired on The Wellpreneur Podcast. Get the full show notes with links: https://wellpreneur.com/heart-centered-selling-with-catherine-watkin-s07e10/ Copyright 2012-2020 Wellpreneur Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
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Lisa Moreno

Loved it! Everything sounds so good! And that was a lot of information packed in to one Podcast. It is going to take me a while to process and Digest everything that was in there. Not sure if it would have been better to break it up in Toto pod casts so that it wasn't so tact of information . Only so that it wasn't so overwhelming. I am very excited for the new season!

Aug 6th
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Lisa Moreno

LOVE this episode for SO many reasons! One of my most favorite episodes!!!

Aug 2nd
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