PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT: The Joyous Health Business Program

 
 

When I first graduated as a Holistic Nutritionist, I knew I wanted to be an entrepreneur. I knew I wanted to start my own business, but I wasn’t really sure how to take all of the moving parts involved in being an entrepreneur (scheduling, client calls, social media, finances, etc) and turn them into a sustainable, well-oiled machine.

In other words, I had no clue how to turn my passion into my full-time job.

Soon after, I caught wind that Joy from Joyous Health was running an online business program. Since I already knew Joy and I LOVED the way she ran her practice, I registered without a second thought.

I’ll be honest: My experience with the Joyous Health Business Program was excellent. By the time I completed the course, I had already taken my practice full-time.

 
 

I can’t guarantee that your results from this program will be the same as mine. I’m a firm believer that each of us has our own unique journey to take with these kinds of things! You might be like me and dive into full-time work very quickly, or you might take this information and use it to create systems in your practice over the course of a year or more - That’s okay! Honour your own journey, and how it works for YOU.

For myself, the experience was so profound that I started sharing it with my community. Since then, it has helped myself and many people I know - To the point that I eventually asked to become an affiliate for the program!

The video above is a review I posted shortly after I graduated. I know the course has changed slightly since I ran it (It used to be a 6-week course, and now it is 12 weeks with lots of new information and resources!), but my feelings toward it remain the same.

Give it a watch and let me know what you think!

Hope this helps you in your journey to becoming an entrepreneur that changes ALL of the lives! :)

XO

Michelle

P.S. Are you a coach or a practitioner? Did you struggle with the business side of things when you first started out? What were your best resources for getting things started? Let me know in the comments below!

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