Nothing is more satisfying than doing work with customers for many years and establishing a connection with the lives of people you make better, living the life you’re meant to pursue, and being paid well while doing it.
Do you not think that’s what you want as well? I’m betting it is.
One of these scenarios could be yours:
You’re running a business; however, regardless of how hard you do, you’re still unable to gain ENOUGH clients or keep them for long enough to help them to make permanent adjustments regarding their physical health.
Your company is growing; however, you’re going from fire to fire and working way too much and aren’t earning enough and don’t seem to be fulfilling your purpose in life.
You’ve just begun your company, but then you feel like you’re in over your head. You’re uncertain of what you should do, when to take action, or even how to do it.
In certain situations, you’re wondering if it’s worth it! Yes, that it is! I’m confident you’re convinced inside your heart. It’s just that you’re scared and angry.
Let’s also keep you informed about the five essential benefits of establishing a wellness company and revive that passion into your business’s vision.
The most crucial benefit is doing precisely the things you love doing.
I can remember the time I worked as a clinical dietitian in an educational hospital. A lot of what I did I enjoyed; however, not everything. Then there came an era when I thought I was doing the same thing over and over again and not enjoying the work I did.
It’s a common theme I often hear from people: they’re stuck in a position they hate! I’ve heard from other people who are scared to leave their jobs because they’re afraid the business they work for won’t pay them. All they require is an idea!
What are you most passionate about doing? That’s the first step of creating your strategy. It is essential to know the things you enjoy doing!
The second benefit is doing what you love doing at your own pace.
If you’ve had a job that required you to check in to eat and go out at specific time slots and attend to an exact amount of patients daily, You’re thought of what you must perform and when you’re required to complete it.
Imagine creating your OWN working hours and deciding how and when you’ll be seeing your clients! It’s feasible to achieve this as I do this while running an exercise and nutrition firm, but also I continue to practice it in the present. This is what I assist my clients with, as well. The majority of people I work with are looking to create a successful business and have fun with their families.
I’ve mentioned this before. This is the reason I work from my at-home office, do my work on my own time and work three days per week.
What would your ideal schedule of work be like? Why not create that (on paper) right now? Are you adhering to the schedule? In the event that not, how needs to be changed in order to make that shift?
Benefit #3: Working with the people you want to work with
I must say that when I left my job back in the year 1996, my most thrilling feeling was knowing that I could now be with the exact person I would like to collaborate with! Although, initially, I was open to anyone who contacted me! If they could breathe, then they were the ones I wanted to work with.
If I had been aware of the information, I have today. However, I would have made better choices, and this would have resulted in faster achievement. But I didn’t have any business knowledge in the past, nor did I have any business knowledge!
It’s an issue for wellness professionals of all kinds because you want clients, which is any client. If you can get specific and clear about who you love working with and then craft your marketing strategies to attract the right clients, you’ll be able to love what you do and more. A little tip that you are still able to take on anyone who breathes. However, many of these IDEAL breath clients will contact you.
Decide the ideal customer in the same way as if they are in the same room as you. Then, decide what they struggle with and what it is that he/she prefers instead. This is your “client attraction” marketing material.
Benefit #4: Living your life’s mission
Let’s face it; you chose to enter the field of health and wellness to serve a purpose that was much greater than you. Actually, I’d think you wouldn’t have entered it ALL due to the money! However, we’ll get to the issue of money in a minute.
You entered wellness to improve the well-being of the people you interact with. You desired to be a change maker. That was the reason you were here. Unfortunately, a lot of wellness professionals struggle with creating an impact. Instead, they’re trying to keep doors open! It’s challenging to live your life’s mission in the midst of trying to expand your business. This is more based on fear than on purpose.
What is your purpose in life? The first step is to be sure about that. It’s the purpose you’re operating for regardless of what you do or whom you’re doing it for. When you’ve got that answer, think about what needs to occur to achieve the direction you want to go.
Benefit #5: Earning excellent money while doing things you do with passion
If you’re working towards your purpose by working with people you enjoy working with and solving their issues, that’s the purpose of your life, and the money will follow. When the money becomes more valuable (and you’re not running your lungs out to make it), it will allow you to connect with more people. If you’re able to connect with more people, you’re living the purpose of your life more fully!
If you shun away from thinking that you’d like to earn a lot of money doing what you enjoy doing, consider the ways that are trying to not earn a decent amount of money is not just hurting you, it’s in addition, hurting the lives of those you can really affect!
The process took me quite a while to come up with a solution. I’d heard this over and repeatedly in the presence of one of my coaches. However, I was sceptical. I was thinking: “Shouldn’t I just focus on helping people instead of making more money?” What I did not realize was that once I had entirely stepped into helping others in a more significant manner, the money was going to be readily available in my account and enable me to develop more programs and services for people who were unable to collaborate with me on my own programs. This is how I came to realize that, by earning a lot of money, I was able to fulfil my life’s mission of making a difference in the lives of the people I had touched.
Perhaps the most crucial aspect to consider is asking yourself what makes you avoid making the most cash? I’ve been through the same thing over and over again:
“I don’t want clients to think it’s all about the money.” (No, that’s not the case; however, if you’re thinking about it, your attention is not on the client.)
“I don’t want to raise my rates because that’s not fair to ask that of my clients!” (Actually, it is the case that when a client makes a more significant financial investment, it is a sign that they are willing to invest in their own business!)
“I don’t want to make a lot of money, and I just want to do what I love to do.” (You can be more successful at what you are passionate about when you are able to employ people to perform those things within your business that you don’t love doing.)
These are only the top three arguments that people have for not making massive amounts of income. It’s possible that you’re thinking of it now. If so, you can share what it is so that I can help you to dispel the myth.