Health Coach Radio
Summary: Conversations with some of the most successful entrepreneurs in health and wellness who are shining examples of how to make it in this business by being both a great coach and great entrepreneur.
Emily is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, trainer, podcast host, and serial entrepreneur who helps others empower themselves through food and movement. Fueled by her own curiosity and passion to learn more about her body and the impact of nutrition and weight lifting. Today we discuss the importance of showing up, pitching yourself, getting things out there before doubt sets in, not over-thinking it, and the idea that things fail when they are supposed to.
Today we welcome JJ Virgin to Health Coach Radio. JJ is an absolute case study of what it looks like to build a health, fitness and nutrition empire. JJ has personally helped to create the industry of health coaching and is here to tell us that NOW is the perfect time to step into this space. During this episode, we discuss the importance of speaking a language that your clients understand, how being your own boss requires you to show up in a big way, what she looks for in health coaches and more.
Dr. Kelly is a naturopathic physician and the lead product formulator at Neurohacker Collective, a company that focuses on nootropics. In this episode, we discuss how to support the brain and body through nutrition, lifestyle and supplements, the human adaptation process, the importance of removing the things that grind away at your bandwidth, and much more. If you are someone who loves science and biohacking, you will not want to miss this episode!
Chris Irvin is a nutrition researcher and science writer with a masters degree in exercise and nutrition science. In this episode, we discuss exogenous ketones and when to use them, the idea of carbs around workouts, the biggest misconceptions about the keto diet, where keto "treats" fit into a well-balanced keto diet, and more. Chris explains the ketogenic metabolic state in an easy-to-understand way and we know you will walk away from this episode knowing more than you did before tuning in.
Today we welcome Annika McCann to Health Coach Radio. During this episode Annika shares some of the highs, lows, and challenges of starting a product-based health business and particularly some of the challenges that have come along with selling and marketing a cannabis product. We also discuss the benefits of CBD, how she envisions the future of the CBD industry, things to look for when choosing your CBD products, and much more.
Today we interview Ryan Carroll, a personal trainer out of St. Petersburg, FL who specializes in natural movement, kettlebell training, postural health and nutritional therapies with an ancestral approach. Ryan applies these principles and more to facilitate ancestral immersion retreats for Paleo Magazine. Ryan's story of how he got started facilitating retreats is very inspiring and perfectly depicts the idea of going the extra mile (or hundreds) for your clients.
Today's guest on Health Coach Radio is Lisa Fraley. Lisa is a holistic lawyer who blends her legal expertise with her health coaching expertise to help thousands protect their businesses and brands with contracts, disclaimers, trademarks and more. Lisa's mission is to help small business owners understand that the law can be accessible, empowering, loving and even spiritual. In this episode, we dive deep into 7 easy legal steps that health coaches should take when growing their business and much more!
In today's episode of Health Coach Radio, we interview Andrew Sillitoe. Andrew is a Business Psychologist, performance coach, public speaker and author from Kent, England. Blending 20 years of experience as an elite international sportsman and coach, along with 3 published books and an acclaimed Ted Talk, Andrew has developed quite the coaching career. In today's episode, we discuss how to structure client offerings, the importance of just taking action, practicing what you preach and much more.
Today we are excited to interview one of our very own podcast hosts, Erin Power. In today's episode, we hear how Erin has helped over three hundred 1 on 1 clients finally achieve an effortless relationship with food while also liberating stored fat and gaining tons of energy. In this episode, we discuss how Erin has cobbled together her income to create a career that she loves, how she created a program that both solves her client's problem and creates a steady source of income
Today, we are excited to welcome Brad Kearns to Health Coach Radio. He is a New York Times best-selling author, Guinness World Record holder, podcast host, former national champion, (to name a few). During this episode, we discuss what moderation means and when it can get us in trouble, how failure shouldn't be frustrating as it allows us to refocus, why "getting over yourself" really enables you to enjoy the finer things in life, mastering your morning and so much more.
In today's episode, we interview Todd McCullough of TMAC Fitness, an online fitness platform that teaches people to incorporate exercise and mindfulness into their day in just 20 minutes. In this episode, we discuss Todd's early days of pounding the pavement, how he learned to reflect and grow from pain points in his journey, his favorite books, and resources, and how he worked to build his very successful brand, TMAC Fitness.
In today's episode, we speak with Kate Jaramillo. Kate is the creator of the Ketogenic Living Coach Certification Program, an online course for aspiring keto coaches. In this episode, we discuss scaling to large online group programs and even developing your own coaching certification. Tune in and don't forget to rate us on your podcast platform if you like what you are hearing.
Today's guest on Health Coach Radio is Michelle Pfennighaus, a versatile woman with so much to offer. During this episode, we discuss some of the mistakes that health coaches make when trying to grow their business, how to turn your strengths into income streams, social media, and email marketing, and how to position yourself to make sales. We know you will learn so much about how to step into entrepreneurship by listening to this conversation.
Today we interview Steph Gaudreau. You may recognize her name from her brand, Stupid Easy Paleo. Steph found that as she matured as a health professional and as a woman the connection to paleo specifically seemed more distant, while the connection to people became more real. As a result, she successfully pivoted her brand to become Steph Gaudreau. In this episode, we discuss this rebranding, book writing, hiring staff and when to outsource those tasks that you, quite simply, don't like doing.
Today's guest on Health Coach Radio is Jonathan Posey, founder of the Council for Holistic Educators, the only not-for-profit advocacy group that fights for health coaches right to practice. During this episode we discuss the struggles that health coaches are up against and what we can collectively do as a group to help change the perception and the legislation of health coaching in the health and wellness realm. If you are a practicing health coach, Jonathan Posey is certainly a man you want to know.