Put together a course. Sell it. Make millions. Never have to work again. Appealing isn’t it? The thing is.... it doesn’t work like that. I launched a course last year and made some pretty basic mistakes I wouldn’t want other people to make. In this blog post I focus on what you should be doing first, in order to make sure your course launch is a raving success and not a massive flop.
When you’re just getting started in your wellness business you won’t have masses of money to invest in online advertising. How do you use free tools to find where your ideal client is hanging out, so you can be there too? Here’s 5 simple tips that will help you find the perfect client for your wellness business.
Getting your own space on the internet is really exciting and takes a lot of effort but it’s worth it when it becomes the perfect shop-window to show off what you do in a way that feels really authentic. I’ve got 5 tips I want to share with you as you set up a new website, or take some time to refresh a site that needs a bit of love and attention to work harder for you.
You’ve planned a brilliant event you really believe in for your wellness business. Then you’ve sat back and waited for the ticket sales to roll in. But no-one is buying. You’re starting to panic. You’re really worrying about whether this is going to work. Should you cancel? Check out this blog post for my top tips on selling wellness events.
After months of thinking and talking about starting a podcast… it’s finally coming! To give you a flavour of what’s to come in September, check out the podcast trailer I’ve created to explain what’s in store.
Have you ever thought about running events in your business but don’t know how or weren’t sure of the benefits to your business? Let guest blogger and wellness business coach Kimberley Barnard convince you why events should be your next focus for generating more clients.
Getting PR for your health and wellness business is a great way to spread the word about what you’re doing, without having to pay out for expensive marketing or advertising. Find out how you can do it yourself for free with these four simple tips.
Should we be clear on big hairy audacious goals for the future when we plan our businesses? Or should we just work in shorter 30-90 day cycles, and constantly revise what we are working towards? I’m sharing my experience to help you decide.
I’ve had a lot of clients lately telling me they don’t feel ‘professional’ when it comes to having a business. There are some simple things you can do to start to feel a bit more in control of where your business is going, to value your time more and present yourself in the best possible light when it comes to owning a wellness business. And it doesn’t involve buying business cards.
To put my last blog post in context I wanted to share with you the tools I’ve tried but have decided weren’t right for me and I don’t want to invest in right now. That’s not to say the tools aren’t great or useful. They just didn’t fit what I am doing right now in my business. Investing too much? See what I’ve ditched.
I was talking to someone the other day about the vast array of online tools available to help facilitate running a business on the web. If you’re just getting started it can seem overwhelming and can add up quickly, making running a business quite expensive. I wanted to share with you the 6 things I do choose to invest in that I honestly believe add real value to my business and are worth the investment.
You’ve got your wellness business all sorted. You’ve got a brand, a website and a perfect list of services. Now you need to get the word out there about who you are and what you do! Not sure where to start? Read on to discover my 5 top tips for marketing your wellness business.
Picking a name for your wellness business is a big deal. It’s something you’ll have to repeat over and over, something you’ll see every day and that needs to encompass your whole brand and ethos. It will become how people will know you, so you want to get it right. Read on to discover the things you need to consider when it comes to naming your wellness business.