copy-of-the-pitch-podcast-art-episode-art-10Rachel Feldman is a wellness momma and business success launch coach. Rachel helps her clients to build profitable and sustainable businesses so they can build successful businesses online and offline. After only earning 13K her first year in coaching, she knew she needed to learn how to create a sustainable business built with a solid sales funnel. Rachel went from making 13K to 72K by year 2 1/2 and then broke six figures in her third year of business.

Today, Rachel teaches the same system she built her successful health coaching practice to other health and wellness professionals. She’s helped more than 8,000 health coaches rock their biz to the next level with passion and profits. She works with coaches in her private practice and is the creator of the Done For You Programs for Health Coaches. She created these programs for coaches so they could spend less time creating and more time marketing their business and brand. She knows the importance of saving time being a Mom and a CEO. Rachel graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York City, Wild Rose Natural College of Healing, the International School of Detoxification and Natalia Rose Advanced Detox Certification Training.

During our interview Rachel shared her journey with me. After a successful career in commercial real estate, Rachel suddenly became very ill. After many tests and hitting medical dead ends, she decided to teach herself everything she needed to know to make herself healthy again. After she got on the right track and started healing herself, she decided to enroll in a health coaching training program and after a few years was quite successful.

Instinctively, Rachel has been able to build her platform and has attracted media attention that has helped her grow her business. She eventually began to attract the attention of other coaches and was being asked by them how she had managed to build her business so successfully. It was at this point she started to create the “done for you” programs so that her business could evolve.

Rachel is another one of my guests who have pointed out that it is OK to pivot and change direction. She in fact talked about the fact that she actually loves to have to pivot and that that is part of being an entrepreneur. She also talked about the fact that building a business takes time and that in some cases you may need to have a conversation with yourself about the fact that the business isn’t necessarily a fit for you.

Even though Rachel has great instincts when it comes to the media, she still had burning publicity questions. She shared that she wants to hit TV and magazines and wanted to know how she can cultivate those relationships to help them say yes. Listen to this episode to get my tips on how she can achieve that.

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