You’re in for a treat today, Healthpreneurs! Today, I’ve got Amy, Stephanie, and Jackie on the show and we’re going to discuss the one big choice you have that will determine your success in life and business. Does this sound big? It is.
We all have the choice to either lean into fear or put our dreams on hold. Which is easier? Well, for many, it’s seems easier to pause their dream. But is that easier, really? What pain are you feeling by not working towards your dreams?
Getting to the top can be scary. Fear is uncomfortable. We get it. But the other side is so much better than where you are now. Tune in to hear us discuss the ways to lean into fear and finally see it for what it is.
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In This Episode Amy, Stephanie, Jackie, and I discuss:
- The inevitability of fear.
- What happens when your energy isn’t in the game.
- Pain as a catalyst.
- Understanding your fear so you can move past it.
- Confidence in clarity.
1:00 – 5:00 – Introducing today’s topic
5:00 – 10:00 – Recognizing the pain when you don’t follow your dream
10:00 – 15:00 – An example and putting your energy all in
15:00 – 21:30 – The higher self and inner being
21:30 – 24:30 – Understanding your fear
24:30 – 30:00 – How you can achieve your goals and confidence
What You Missed:
In our last episode I talked about how to future-proof your business. With the advancement of technology, don’t you want to make sure your business sticks around?
Technology is growing quickly, and many jobs are being replaced by machines. The trick is to use technology to your benefit – and not let it gobble up your business. But how do you do that?
Tune in to hear what can be replaced by technology, what can’t, and why it’s important to know the difference.
Hey guys, what’s up? Yuri here. Welcome back to the show. I’m joined by our results coaches once again today, Amy, Steph and Jackie are in the house. And I think Steph’s screen has frozen or have all of your screens frozen? Or is it just me?
Jackie: It might be just you.
Yuri Elkaim: Okay, thank you. I think Steph’s is frozen, so she’s in an interesting pose are. So anyways.
Introducing today’s topic
Yuri Elkaim: So today’s discussion, we’ll be talking about whatever you’re feeling fear around, it’s probably the right thing for you to be doing. Now, let me just put this into context. Okay, if you’re afraid of somebody who’s chasing you with a knife, we’re not going to walk into that situation, right? So what we’re talking about here is in the context of you doing things that you know are going to move you forward to your dream and even though you feel the fear, it’s being able to move through that to that dream.
Yuri Elkaim: Because a lot of times, what we see and correct me if I’m wrong, guys, is that the number one reason people don’t invest or enroll with us or do the thing that they know they need to do is because of fear. Right? It’s because of fear and you can call it whatever you want. It’s “I need to think about it, it’s too much money, I don’t know if the timing is right”, whatever, whatever, whatever. At the end of the day, it’s all fear. And you have to recognize that that fear is an emotion that your body is saying, “Hey, listen, it’s uncomfortable and that’s okay, but here’s probably the thing you need to be doing because the only way you can grow is by getting uncomfortable.” And if you’re making decisions out of comfortable, then you’re probably not making the right decisions to help you grow forward.
Yuri Elkaim: So, Jackie, let’s kick things of with you. What do you see with either our clients or our prospective clients when you’re speaking with them around this whole discussion about fear and moving forward to their dream?
Recognizing the pain when you don’t follow your dream
Jackie: Yeah, it always boils down to fear. Whether they have the money or don’t have the money is irrelevant because they always bounce back to this little piece. When I’m enrolling people, especially the really “Oh my gosh, I’m so scared and so excited at the same time”, I’m like, “That’s good. You’re human. You’re human, it’s okay, embrace that.” And we’re here to support you, so then I just say, “It’s always the opportunity to take that energy and allow it to be fear based or allow it to be excitement based.” And that’s a choice we have within our brain, within our thoughts, within our emotion. And like you said, it’s not like we’re telling you to go run in a forest full of bears that are starving, we’re telling you to deploy your perfect client pipeline and we’re giving you a proven roadmap for that. So it’s like night and day.
Jackie: But when we become more aware of how we act as humans and aware of how our brain is so powerful and the fact that we can pick and choose how we feel about something at any moment, it’s actually kinda nice. It gives you that freedom and that comfortable or … not even comfortable, wrong word, confidence in that it’s okay to feel this but it’s and took to stay there. Right?
Jackie: So being fearful, being excited, being uncertain, those are all great things because that means you’re going into new territory to bigger and better. If everything was still familiar, you’d be staying exactly where you are and that’s not what we’re doing with our clients in our own company, right? So yeah, it’s one of the big ones that we hurdle through in the free coaching call and it’s not just in their business but it’s all areas of life too, right?
Yuri Elkaim: Amy, so you recently had Lasik eye surgery. Going into that, was there, you obviously in your mind had this vision, and I go, pun intended, you had this vision of better eyesight, no glasses, but there was probably some trepidation if you’re going through that process, right? Walk us through how this can relate to that process you went through? Actually, we can’t hear you. So your audio’s not on.
Amy: Thank you for mentioning it.
Yuri Elkaim: Here we go.
Amy: Awesome. So I’m going to actually share with you. This was very odd for me because I had no fear. But I did speak with lots of other people at the Lasik eye surgery place because I was 100% focused on having vision and not wearing glasses and not having my glasses slide on my face and fog up when I’m doing sports and it had been such a pain in my neck for so long that I was so excited, I didn’t look it up. But I did speak with other people in Lasik, everybody else took Ativan. I was like, “It’s a 12-minute surgery, I’m not taking anything.” But I can’t say that I behave that way in every area of my life and I don’t experience fear. I knew what the outcome was going to be and I really think I shocked the doctors because I wasn’t scared. Everybody else was super scared, they had watched on YouTube. They were like, “Did you watch on YouTube?” You know?
Amy: No, I’m like, “I don’t need to see them cutting eyes. I know what they’re doing.” So really the way that I was not fearful and the only thing I can explain is I was so focused on the outcome that I didn’t care. I didn’t care that they were cutting my eyes. I knew that I was going to be able to see. I had no doubt. So that’s the knowing and I just, in that situation, did not have fear. I’ve had surgery in the past, when I was younger, abdominal surgeries that I was fearful because I wanted to feel better but there wasn’t a guarantee of the outcome and I was being put under and I didn’t know if I was going to wake up but I still went because the pain that I was in was so great that anything was going to be better. So I couldn’t eat, this was digestive stuff, I couldn’t eat, I just was in constant pain. So the surgery, even though it was going to be major surgery and healing, I knew, I hoped I would feel better.
Yuri Elkaim: Yeah.
Amy: Right? So the way that this can relate back to our clients is many people come to us and either they don’t have the income they desire and they’re struggling or they don’t have the impact they desire and they’re struggling and it’s hurting them. So they’re in pain emotionally, they’re in pain because they’re not helping people, they’re not earning the income they want, but yet they’re fearful, is this going to work for me? Right? Like many people at Lasik are like, “Oh my gosh, am I really going to have 20/20 vision?” I have 20/15 vision. It’s pretty awesome.
Amy: So I think the same thing happens when we work with our clients. Is this really going to work for me? Well just like surgery, if you follow the recovery steps, it’s going to work for you. So you put that fear aside and like Jackie said, I love that reframing. I used to feel that heart pounding and think I was having panic attacks and I realized they’re not panic attacks, it’s excitement, I’m about to go somewhere that’s totally unfamiliar, I don’t know what that looks like but what the great thing is, whether it was in the doctor’s office of here in the HDA, we’ve got support. Right? You’ve got all of our coaches and you’re not alone.
Amy: So even though you’re fearful and you have a roadmap, like you said, Jackie, we’re human. So fears are going to pop up but that’s where you’re going to lean in. So lean into the fear because what you want needs to be greater than your fear. Fear and self-doubt are killers. And they’re just going to keep you stagnant. So lean into that fear because on the other side of fear is the amazing outcome that you’re looking for. Does that make sense?
Yuri Elkaim: Yeah. Totally. That’s really good. Thanks for sharing that. And good of you for not feeling fearful. But I think one of the things you mentioned that I think is interesting is you said, going to Lasik, you had no fear because you had this knowing. Right?
An example and putting your energy all in
Yuri Elkaim: Listen, guys, 99% of the time, in most cases in life, we’re not going to have the knowing that everything is going to work out. Right? And you have to get to the point, you have to do whatever you can internally, in your mind, to get to that point of knowing that whatever you do is going to work out. And he’s the thing, though, is not having a guaranteed outcome before you start. Because this is the big thing is everyone wants this certainty that this is going to work out for them and when we talk to clients, “Listen. This is going to work for you but we don’t know if you’re going to do the work. We can’t guarantee a specific result. Your outcome that you say you want, hey, listen, you’re going to give you everything you can possibly can ask for. But you need to be the one who’s going to determine that outcome.”
Yuri Elkaim: And so a lot of times, again, I’ve been on this planet for almost 39 years now, and when I look at people who’ve achieved massive amounts of success, the only difference I think is self-belief. Honestly, it’s the self-belief to keep going. Because most people doubt the process, they doubt, whatever it is, but what that’s telling us is that they doubt themselves. Because in my case, if I’m going to jump into anything, it’s something I know makes sense for me and I’m not expecting that thing to give me the results. I take 100% responsibility for my outcomes in my life so therefore, if I don’t get the result, I understand that’s my fault. I’m like, “Okay, where did I not show up to the fullest?” So it’s like, “Listen, if you take responsibility for your results, whatever you embark upon, whatever you jump into is going to work out because you will make it work no matter what.”
Yuri Elkaim: Even if you’re using the worst possible strategy. So let’s look at an example here. If you’re doing a course that’s talking about blogging. Right? And using a blog to build your business. The worst possible strategy from those people, but let’s just say that you follow that, it would work. It would work it you did the work and never gave up. Now, I don’t know when that’s going to work. It’s going to take a little bit longer than some other strategies, but if you put in the time and if you put in the effort, it will work. The same thing with any other model. Then you just have to determine what’s the best model for me, what’s the best strategy based on what I like to do, where I see my future. But whatever you put your mind to, you will achieve. And that’s the biggest thing. You have to go all in. You can’t be going into something with one foot out the door already and wondering I don’t know if this is going to work or not.
Amy: And Yuri, the other thing is that your energy flows where your focus goes. So if you’re fearful and you keep looking at “Is this going to work? This isn’t going to work. This didn’t work for this person.” That’s what’s going to happen. So one of the things with Lasik was they gave me sheets and sheets of paper to read and when it started to get to all the everything that could go wrong and the “We can’t guarantee that …” I stopped reading. Now, the reason that that was not good was they should, I think, in my opinion, re-order the information. Because the information at the end was important and I needed that information because I didn’t want to stop working out or skiing and I didn’t read that part, right? So I still had to listen to that, even though it was hard for me.
Amy: But I didn’t focus on everything that could go wrong because I wanted to see. So, why read that? Right? So that was for me. So that’s what I really advise, is yes, there’s go about someone it didn’t work for, they probably didn’t do the work. So don’t focus on them. Your energy’s going to go where your focus is. So be focused on the course, like Yuri said, and the fears will slip away because you’ll create the confidence because you’re taking the steps. Ever single one.
Jackie: Yeah, Amy, when you said, the focus … I was just going to bring that up real quickly is, I always say to our clients, “It’s false evidence appearing real. But you’re choosing to focus on the evidence, right? You want to focus on this working? Focus on the moving parts, focus on the strategy, focus on putting your work in with each step. If you want to focus on what’s not working and why it’s not going to work and how it’s not going to work and how it’s not going to work and how it’s not going to work, right? Then it’s not going to work.”
Yuri Elkaim: Totally.
Jackie: So it’s always where you’re putting that focus and it’s always what you believe. And it’s like, you’re not our first client. If you were our first client, I’d be like, “Oh, yeah, we’re both taking a risk here.” We have hundreds and thousands of people who have utilized this process even outside of us, right? There’s people doing a simple perfect client pipeline with proven strategies and being successful. It just that it’s taking them a year, 10 years, or six months working with us.
Yuri Elkaim: Totally. Steph, are you still with us?
Steph: I am, can you guys see me?
Jackie: I can.
Yuri Elkaim: You got a really cool pose going on.
Steph: Oh my gosh, let-
Yuri Elkaim: It’s all good, I just want to make sure that you’re with us.
Steph: Well, hopefully, it goes away because I know what it looks like to get frozen on weird faces sometimes.
Yuri Elkaim: It’s actually not, it’s pretty good. It’s like a nice thumbnail for the YouTube video.
Steph: I’ll have to just trust you guys on that one. So anyways, I’m a researcher, right? That was what I did for many years and research around the brain is my particular sweet spot, I love it. It excites me and the other thing that excites me is helping people reach their goals, right? So one of the things that I think is so important for people to understand when it comes to the science of the brain is that when you feel fear, it switches off your motivation. That causes procrastination, right? So we have a lot of people who go on these calls and they’re like, “Now is not the right time. I just don’t know. I don’t know.” And it’s like, well of course, that’s how they’re going into it because of their feeling fear that this isn’t going to work or fear in their own abilities, right? Because the other thing that procrastination is attached to is lack of self-worth and low self-esteem.
Yuri Elkaim: Mm-hmm (affirmative).
Steph: So if you don’t have the confidence in yourself, of course you’re going to feel fear that you’re not going to be able to do it and then that’s going to switch off your motivation centers and then you’re not going to do anything. And then you’re just going to get stuck where you are. So that’s why it’s just important to know that when you feel that fear of “Oh, I don’t know, I don’t know if I want to pull the trigger on this”, that you have to really question that and say, “Wait a second. Is this the best version of me that’s feeling this or is this that old version of me that’s gotten me to where I am now, which is not where I want to be, which is why I’m on this call right now?”
Yuri Elkaim: Yeah.
Steph: Right? So you just have to remember that fear isn’t real, just like Jackie said, false evidence appearing real. And always just question that when you are doing that thing where it’s like “I’ll do it tomorrow. I’ll do it next week. I’ll do it next month.” You’re just prolonging your pain, basically, when you do that.
Yuri Elkaim: That’s a really good example. Thanks for sharing that stuff, that’s awesome.
Steph: Mm-hmm (affirmative).
The higher self and inner being
Yuri Elkaim: I want to give you guys, viewers on this, a little visual here to make sense of this. I’m going to just see if I can share this full screen with everyone. Okay. Can you guys see that white blank slate? Hopefully? All right. I think it showed because that’s what I’m seeing. Obviously if you listen to this on the podcast, you have no idea what I’m talking about. If you’re watching this on a video, you’ll know what I’m saying. One of the things that I learned through a lot of my Abraham work. So Abraham Hicks, the whole love attraction stuff, whether you believe it or not doesn’t matter, it happens. So you have you now and then you got your higher self. Right? Or your inner being, whatever you want to call it. And there’s this disconnect, right? So the higher self only wants things for you that are obviously in your best interest.
Yuri Elkaim: So there’s a disparity from the very fact that you can think of something and the very fact that you can think of something means that your higher self believes it can be true for you. Now, the discord, the fear, the emotion that happens is in this right there. So what’s happening is that your higher self knows you can be more but you’re down here. You’re over here right now. And that distance, that gap is what causes the emotion. That’s what causes the fear. Now what happens is as you get closer to et your higher self believes is true for you, there’s less fear. There’s less emotional resistance in that process. So you have to understand that the more emotion you’re feeling, the more fear you’re feeling around a specific subject, understand that it’s because your higher self is saying, “Hey, you can do this but right now, you’re a little bit far away from this and that’s why you’re feeling this discord of emotion and that fear.” Does that make sense, guys?
Yuri Elkaim: And just in the context of what Steph said, and I want to illustrate, again, there’s a lot of different models and frameworks around this type of stuff but I want to give you guys a bit of a visual to help you understand the journey of achieving anything. So you are here, let’s say, at the bottom of this pyramid. Right? So this is you now. And up here is the dream. So this is where you want to go. Now this is the journey. Okay? And this journey is riddled with fear and self-doubt. Will this work? Bla bla bla. All that stuff. So you have to understand that this is part of the process. It’s going to be there every step of the way, even as you get to different levels in your business and different levels in your life.
Yuri Elkaim: So some of the things that pop up are okay, you’re here now and you know you want to change. First thing we’re going to start thinking for ourselves is “Will this work?” And my specifically, “Will this work for me? Yeah, that’s great that other people have gotten great success but I don’t know if I can do that.” Right? So then the next thing we start thinking is, “Well, I don’t know if I can do this.” So that self-doubt really starts to kick in. So we’re at a point where we know we need to change, we think to ourselves, “Okay, will this work? I don’t know if I can do this.” Then we basically get to the point where we say, “Okay, I’m going to do this.” And we plunge in and then the real journey begins because and now, we understand that “Oh my god, this is hard. This is hard.” And all of a sudden, it’s, “I’m going to stop.”
Yuri Elkaim: And the thing is this journey right here, these two areas right here, these are in the journey itself. Down here, I’ll just put these in gray, all of this down here is just deliberation. This is all just thinking about getting ready to start and getting your ducks in a row, whatever, whatever. And for a lot of people, this area right here can take them years or maybe like never. And also at the same time, this area over here can take people years. Because up here, right? They get stuck into a loop that can sometimes take them all the way back to here. Right? So they say, “Okay, this is hard. I don’t know if I can do this.” They start going, even once they’re in the thick of things.
Yuri Elkaim: But the thing I want you guys to remember is that your dream is just right there. Your dream is literally … there’s a gap here, the gap’s right there. So when you’re thinking to yourself, “Oh my god, I’m going to stop, I can’t do this, this is hard.” Just remember, you’re one tweak away, you’re one introduction away, you’re one day away, one relationship away, one tweak away from a breakthrough. And I want you guys to understand this because in this process, two things to develop in this journey are confidence and clarity. And these are the two remedies to fear and self-doubt. And the only remedy to fear and self-doubt is by taking action. And by taking action you increase your confidence and clarity, which moves you up this ladder, this pyramid. Does that make sense, guys?
Yuri Elkaim: Yeah. So I mean, let’s just talk about this as a pretense to some of the people that we see who are thinking about this in general. So someone, let’s use the context of somebody books a call with us. They want to speak with us because they know they’re in a bad situation, they want to get out of it and remember, everyone listening and watching this, no one just books a call for the sake of booking a call. Again, in our world, that means they were clicking on some type of Facebook or in this case, listening or watching to this video, going to watch a 75 or in our case 85 minute webinar. Then they’re going to float an application, then they’re going to book a call with us. Now, nobody in their right mind who has no strong desire to move to the next level in their life or business is going to do that. There’s too many hoops to jump through. So when someone books a call with us, we know there’s a strong desire there. And if there isn’t, we’ll just cancel the call.
Yuri Elkaim: But then, when reality sinks in, all of this stuff starts to creep in. And it’s really interesting to be able to identify what’s going on with someone and Jackie, Amy, you guys know it’s very tough to talk somebody out of their fear. They’re so committed to that fear that it’s very tough to walk them off the ledge sometimes. And it’s like, “Hey, listen, there’s a reason you booked the call. Why did you book the call? Oh, because you want to change? You said this is a must now, so what are you afraid of?” Right? So anyways. I’ll let you guys jump into that.
Understanding your fear
Steph: Yeah, it’s really loud and clear because they’ve been living that fearful story for months, years, decades. Right? And so it’s hard to rewire the brain in one conversation. You just can’t do that. That’s why you have multiple coaching sessions. That’s why this is a perfect client pipeline launch and it doesn’t happen overnight, but it’s the fastest way out there to make something like this happen. Right?
Yuri Elkaim: Yeah.
Steph: But you’re not changing your mindset like this. It’s a habitual thought process. It’s a habitual coaching conversation that has to think place consistently, just like when a client is on the phone with us and he’s like, “Well, when I’m confident, I’ll enroll with you guys. Once I’m more competent.” I keep hearing that word and I just want to reach through the phone and shake them because like you just said, Yuri, the only way, the only way to get competence at anything you want to do is to have the courage to first take action, but then you have to consistently take that action. That’s the only thing that’s going to lead to competence. It’s the only thing that’s going to lead to confidence. Right? So when we get to that point in our life, it’s like, “Okay, I want to speak on stages some day.” Well, I don’t care how many times you’ve practiced in front of a mirror and in front of your family or your dogs, until you actually go physically get on a stage and start speaking, you’re not going to get that confidence. Right? So same thing with this.
Steph: But the cool thing is, you get to lean in on the coaching, you get to lean in on a proven and predictable system, tools, strategies, frameworks. I mean, it doesn’t get any clearer than that to just push the buttons and start what you need and go. Right? And then when you get on the phone and you get on the phone and you get on the phone, that practice, that consistent action will give you the confidence. Right? The first time I jumped on a podcast like this, I definitely wasn’t this confident. But I give valuable information and it changed people’s lives. So I continued to show up and do it and we get better every day. So I hope that helps with a little bit of the confidence. You see I’m passionate about this fear stuff because it stops people but I’m an adventure junkie, so I love fear. I love sitting on the edge of a plane, I love jumping out and knowing that my parachute’s going to open, at least I hope it is, right?
Yuri Elkaim: You don’t know, right?
Steph: I don’t know, but I did all the proper steps to get there. I have faith. I’m not the first person that jumped out of a plane, right?
Yuri Elkaim: Exactly. Because when you look at the clients that we’ve worked with, versus those who knew they needed to work with us but have not for whatever reason, the only difference is that the people who decided to work with us just took the leap. They jumped out of the plane.
Yuri Elkaim: They said, “Listen, this makes sense. I know I need to do this because what I’m doing right now is horrible and it’s more painful than the pain of the process.” Right? Of me going through this change or this transformation, of going through the unknowns, but the very fact remains that they jumped out of the airplane. And everyone else is still sitting inside, clinging onto their life vests and they’re not going to change. And guys, I’m sorry to say this but you have to get to the point where your current situation is so painful that you’re willing to move out of it. And if you’re not there yet, you can’t change. And we can’t help you. And that’s what it comes down to because you can say whatever you want to say but until you actually make the commitment, everything else is just worthless discussion.
Yuri Elkaim: Yeah.
How you can achieve your goals and confidence
Amy: And when into that clarity, it’s having the clarity and vision of what you want, even if you don’t know how you’re going to get there, that’s why you come in and enroll with us because we’re going to light the path. We’re shining that light on the step by step pathway, like Jackie said, with all the frameworks, with all of the coaching, it’s not just here you go, we say “Here you go, follow these steps” but then we provide world-class coaching. So that’s going to allow you to gain the confidence. So we’re going to hold the space for you while you’re fearful, you’re going to shine the light on the path and we’re going to ask you to put one foot in front of the other and keep moving. Keep moving and grooving and you’ll achieve the goals and you’ll achieve that confidence.
Amy: Let us hold the space for you and let us build the clarity of vision, because that clarity of vision that you focused on every morning, ever night, when you wake up, when you go to bed, you’re not going to be able to help but be moving forward because you will be so passionate and confident in the fact that you need to live your passion that you’re going to say, “Well, I don’t know exactly what it’s going to look like for me to get there, but I’m going to let these folks shine the light and I’m go ad whatever they say.” And not you’ll be successful and you’ll have the confidence. And you’ll do the exact same for your clients.
Yuri Elkaim: And guys, I don’t know if you recognize how powerful Amy, Jackie and Steph are. They do a lot of our one on one check in calls for our clients and so often, our clients would come into these calls with feeling of overwhelm sometimes or feeling that they’re stuck or a little bit slower than they want to go and every single time, in 15 minutes, you guys give them so much more clarity.
Yuri Elkaim: And that’s why we structure the program in the way we do, because we know left to our own devices, even the best of us are going to get into those ruts. Right? And if you don’t have someone to hold and raise you up, it’s going to be tough to do this on your own. So that’s why we provide the coaching and support that we do, because it’s so powerful to be able to say, “Okay, you’re on the right track but you just kinda veered off a little bit. Let’s get you right back on.” It’s like, “Okay, cool, now. Thank you so much, I feel better, I’d like to keep moving forward.” And sometimes it’s all we need, that’s all we need to keep moving forward and to reach our goals.
Yuri Elkaim: So guys, I hope this episode has resonated with you because sure, as human beings, with desires, fears in the middle of where you are, where you want to go. It’s as simple as that. It’s always going to be there. And the only difference between those who get what they want and don’t is those who get what they want move through the fear. And everyone else doesn’t. It’s really as simple as that.
Yuri Elkaim: So if you are ready to move through the fear and the uncertainty and you feel in your heart of hearts that what we’re saying makes sense, you understand that we’re not making stuff up, we’re working with hundreds of clients currently, not just a few. Right now, as we’re recording this, we have 219 active clients in our health business who follow through the program. Okay?
Yuri Elkaim: If you want to be thrown into this mix and really given a winning strategy and getting a ridiculous amounts of coaching and support, then here’s what I want you to do right now, is I want you to go to check out healthpreneurgroup.com/training and that will walk you through our seven figure health business blueprint, it’s a free online training. And you’ll see exactly how we work with other clients, how we can help you as well and if what we are showing on the training makes sense and it resonates with you, then be sure to book a call with us and we can take the next steps and really craft at a game plan for your situation. Okay?
Yuri Elkaim: So that’s all for today. I hope this podcast episode has inspired you, has given you some insights and has reminded you that hey, like the book says, feel the fear and do it anyways. Thanks so much, guys. We’ll talk to you in the next episode.
Yuri Elkaim: Hey, thanks so much for joining us on this episode of the Healthpreneur Podcast. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, here’s what I’d like you to do right now. If you haven’t done so already, please subscribe to the Healthpreneur Podcast on iTunes and while you’re there, leave us a rating or review. It helps us get in front of more people and change more lives.
Yuri Elkaim: And if you’re ready to start or scale your fitness coaching business, and what to start getting in front of more people, working with them on a higher level without trading time for money, then I invite you to check out our free seven figure health business blueprint training, totally free, right now, and you can do so at healthpreneurgroup.com/training.
Yuri Elkaim: For now, thank you so much for joining us, continue to be great, do great and I look forward to seeing you in the next episode.
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