Because hindsight is 20/20, there is A LOT that I’ve learned that I only wish I’d known back when I first started my online business.  So, I’ve put together my 6 best practices so you’ll know what NOT to do. These practices would have saved me years of time and tens of thousands of dollars. They would have prevented a lot of head and heartache as well.

6 Best Practices For Health & Wellness Entrepreneurs:

1.) Accept that you will be facing your deepest fears, insecurities, and inner resistances on a daily basis in order to grow your business. The inner self-development will make or break your success. Do your shadow work and rewire your mindset to become your greatest ally.

2.) There is no such thing as failure. Only lessons to be learned. Accept that growing a company requires experimentation and perseverance in an ever-changing market. Be curious and open to new ways of doing things. Focus on what is working. Never stop learning.

3.) You can’t build your dream lifestyle and business by yourself. Hire the coaches who are already doing what you aspire to do. If you are a coach, this is even more important. Bring on team members to take things off your plate sooner rather than later. Learn how to hire the best person for the job.

This is critical to your success.

4.) Embody what you preach and lead from your heart. Maintain honesty, integrity, transparency, and compassion in everything you do. You must be in exact alignment with what you teach or your audience will feel the incongruence.

5.) Don’t let the harsh judgment and criticism of others derail your dreams. People will always have an opinion no matter what you do. Don’t take things personally. Constructive feedback is important to pay attention to, but all else is a waste of your precious time and energy. Don’t shrink to make others feel more comfortable. Shine bright, speak your truth, and be yourself. This is the most inspiring and empowering thing you can do.

6.) Set clear boundaries for your space, time, energy, and value. Learn how to communicate these boundaries kindly. Be willing to remove yourself from a situation where your boundaries and value are not being respected. As a business owner, you are the only one who can do this for yourself.

Do you practice these? Let me know what best practices you’ve found that work for you in the comments below! And save this post for future reference!


Love & Light!

Amber Sears