Remote coaching has its advantages, but what's the best way to develop a business model to make the most of it?
by Phil BeenePresident at Nudge, Host of The Nudgecast
For episode 2 of the The Nudgecast (The Official Nudge Podcast), I called up two key Nudge insiders, Matt Essex and Dr. Steve Feyrer-Melk to talk about their new online course that focuses on something important to all of us... how you can create a profitable remote health coaching business model.
- Learn about the unique pitfalls and massive advantages of remote health coaching and how to leverage them.
- Discover the behaviors and habits that are necessary to remote coaching through a unique 'remote coaching specific' version of a S.W.O.T. Analysis.
- Explore the importance of getting to your why first, and putting words to your vision and purpose.
- See where the massive advantages lie for remote coaching business models - highly effective, highly efficient communication that fits into people's lives - and how to harness them to drive your profitable remote coaching business model.
Dive into a great conversation, breaking down how to create and develop a successful & profitable business model. It’s important to remove the nonsense from your business model and cater your model to best fit a remote coaching practice. Matt and Dr. Steve developed a new course for Nudge Academy specifically designed to help more people develop better remote coaching business models (free trial now available).
When it comes to standard business practices for remote coaching and digital communication - there isn’t a whole lot out there. It's a totally new way of managing relationships and delivering services in healthcare and health coaching.
That makes it an exciting time to be in this industry, but it also makes crafting your business model well even more important. Matt and Dr. Steve talk about their new course and how it breaks down the most important parts of a business model for remote coaching and communication.
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