Ep #69: $15k in 4 Weeks as an Online Coach and Dietitian

Starting out as an online coach can be quite a task, full of self-doubt and plenty of new and unforeseen challenges. That’s why I’m so excited to share today’s interview with Michelle, one of my clients who’s at about the halfway point of the OCI program. I think you’re really going to enjoy Michelle’s story of how she got into being a coach and what changes she has been making recently that have leveled up her work in the most incredible ways.

Listen in as she shares her story of starting out working as a dietician and working in the hospital, as well as how that led her into her passion for working in a private practice—specifically with people who suffer from eating disorders. She gives us insight into her pricing changes, becoming pickier with clients, and other important shifts she made that helped her business and her clients. If you’re listening to this as a brand new coach, or someone who is looking to get their new coaching practice up and running, this is the episode for you!

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WHAT YOU'LL LEARN IN TODAY'S EPISODE:

  • Michelle’s path to finding her passion within her field.
  • How she moved into the coaching space and what she learned going into it.
  • Her frustration with starting her practice and why she joined OCI.
  • Why she changed her pricing and how that changed her confidence and practice.
  • The importance of being picky with who you take on as a client.

IDEAS WORTH SHARING:

“I was really excited to do private practice because I knew I’d get to see that long-term change.” – Michelle

“I wanted to work with somebody who knew what they were talking about, so I didn’t waste my time on things that didn’t work.” – Michelle

“I’m way more confident about who I am and what I offer, and I’m also a lot more picky about my dream client. I think that’s the biggest payoff.” – Michelle

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