If you're going to embark on a career path, you want to make sure you get it right. But where should you start?
Should you go back to school?
If so, which course would you actually take?
Is there any degree program that helps people uncover their unique abilities, their purpose, and their values?
And helps folks translate them into a real career in the real world?
If so, we don't know what it is. And with over 15 years of higher education, we've been to a lot of schools.
Should you take a certification?
Maybe. Certifications are great, but most of them teach you a specific skill. Like coaching tools, marketing, or sales.
And that's not what we teach here.
This course is about you.
We're going to help you uncover which career you should use those coaching, marketing, or sales skills in.
Should you hire a coach?
You could do that. There are a lot of great coaches out there. But they'll be much more expensive and, chances are, they'll have less experience than us in this realm.
The truth is, we've done what this course outlines with hundreds of people of varying ages and levels of experience.
Plus, through our program, not only will you have support from your instructor, but you'll also have a peer group that you can connect with and test your ideas.
You can think of this course as the thing before the thing.
It's what you take before you hire a business coach. Before you hire a marketing coach. Before you hire a sales coach.
You have to figure out who you are, what you need to sell, and who to, before you start selling.
Should you learn from the internet and social media?
Tough call. There are a lot of great resources out there, and there are a lot of not-so-great resources out there. And it's very hard to tell who is actually succeeding in the health and fitness industry, and who can provide grounded advice.
Nothing addresses the three biggest challenges that we see in the health and fitness industry:
- How to use your unique abilities and your strengths to craft a career that you'll actually love and succeed at.
- How to pick—and approach—a career path with data-backed, personalized, information with confidence.
- How to test your assumptions before "diving in" so you'll have the confidence that you're on the right path.
Except The Career Blueprint.