Passionate about helping people with their nutrition and fitness, but not sure how to turn it into a fulfilling business that pays the bills? That was me 25 years ago. Then I developed the 3-step Precision Nutrition Formula, and everything changed. Big time.
The more people I meet in health and fitness, the more impressed I am by the passion most coaches bring to their work.
They love nutrition and exercise… want to change lives… are on fire to make the world a better, brighter, healthier place.
Unfortunately, most times, they struggle with turning that passion into a real business, something that pays the bills and helps them live their ideal lifestyles.
25 years ago, that was me too.
Passionate, engaged, determined to get the best results for my clients — I became frustrated by 80 hour weeks, too much admin work, and too few clients transformed.
So I started to ask questions.
How could I:
- help significantly more people?
- do that without sacrificing results but, rather, driving better results?
- spend less time on annoying admin and other mundane tasks?
- put my heart into the interactions with clients that really mattered?
- create work-life balance to focus on my own self care too?
Eventually, a formula was born.
It was so life changing — for my clients, for me, for the coaches we eventually hired at PN, and for their clients — that I want to share it with you today.
If you take these principles, and adapt them to your practice, I promise you’ll be transformed too.
If you think this infographic can help you too, save it to your phone or tablet and refer back to it as you grow, evolve, and market your coaching practice.
Or print it out and post it in your office as a constant reminder of the business you can eventually have.
If you’re a coach, or you want to be…
Learning how to coach clients, patients, friends, or family members through healthy eating and lifestyle changes—in a way that’s personalized for their unique body, preferences, and circumstances—is both an art and a science.
If you’d like to learn more about both, consider the Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certification.