Only 9% of Americans that make their New Years resolutions feel that they have successfully achieved their goals.

This number should be LOADS higher… especially if someone is looking to solve things like weight loss, energy levels, or pain relief… because we should have all the tools to help them with that!!

Are you prepared for your clients’ New Years resolutions? What are you doing to make sure that they reach their goal this year? Here are four things we should be doing as practitioners to prepare for January 1, 2018:

1. Start awareness campaigns early
Clients aren’t thinking about getting healthy in the midst of Thanksgiving dinner, but you can help to remind them that they need to make a commitment this year.

Start talking about your mastermind program or what goals you can help them with NOW and watch people go ahead and make the commitment to start with you January 1!!!

2. Enrich your understanding
Get into a practitioner mastermind that helps you further your knowledge so that you can confidently tell your clients you’re their go-to choice!

The more you understand about energetics and natural health, the more targeted your recommendations will be. The more targeted your recommendations are, the faster your clients will see tangible results.

3. Revamp (or start) your mastermind
This is the time to really take to heart any feedback former clients have given you. It’s time to polish areas that you think you could rework into a more concise, effective masterpiece.

Getting help with this from someone who specializes in making sure their students have a logical yet intuitive flow to their programs can make a significant difference in your success rate.

4. Be an example: get started now!
What are your goals for 2018? Don’t wait until after the holidays to get started… have some successes already in place by January so that you can encourage your clients with them!

What are your goals for the new year? Are you ready to start your natural health practice? Take it to the next level? Comment below and tell me what you’re working on!