Sep 29, 2017
As Yoga Health Coaches and wellness professionals, we all make the mistake of spreading ourselves too thin and agreeing to things that may not make sense for us or even make a big difference for our clients. How do you know which opportunities to agree to, and which ones to decline?
In this episode, Cate gives advice about being honest about your terms with anyone who wants to use your services as a yoga professional. She explains that it is okay to ask for fair compensation for your time and talent, and that this is how value is exchanged in the marketplace. You shouldn't feel obligated to do something every time it is asked of you, and by creating your terms ahead of time, you can avoid any miscommunications with potential business transactions down the road.
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Grace Edison lives in British Columbia, Canada. She’s a mom of twin 8-year-olds, a Yoga teacher, a studio owner, and Yoga Health Coach — and she also works for Cate Stillman in Admissions at Yogahealer! More than anything, she loves to make people laugh and has a not-so-secret dream of doing stand-up comedy.
Grace has a strong passion for empowering others to take their health and wellness into their own hands. She loves building authentic relationships, making people laugh, and creating supportive communities. After a long-standing relationship with severe depression, Grace has found deep relief through the habits of Ayurveda — and much credit is due to Cate and her Body Thrive program. After taking Body Thrive several times and jumping into Yoga Health Coaching, Grace came aboard the Yogahealer team. If you’re interested in applying for or discovering if you’re a good fit for the course, please contact her at email@example.com to book a strategy session!