A Day in the Life of a Health Coach: Elizabeth Rider
Your potential in life is limitless. Whether it’s creating your ideal career, better health, improving your relationships, whatever it is, your potential is limitless. And it’s my passion to show you how. (relaxing music) I’m Elizabeth Rider, I’m a holistic health coach, blogger, and wellness business mentor. And this is a day in my life. (laughs) I will have my morning ritual of doing some stretching on my yoga mat. I will then sit down at my computer and my first few hours of my day are spent catching up on emails, responding to people, social networking sites. I’ll also look at my calendar, see what I have coming up this week, and make sure that I know exactly what’s on my agenda. I have a rule that I’ll exercise at least five days a week before noon. I’ll then swing by the grocery store. And then it’s back to work after lunch. My afternoon is usually spent more on the marketing side of my business. I put out a lot of free stuff on my blog. I wrap up my day by four or five. That means actually turning the computer off so I can spend the evening with my husband and actually decompress a little bit. I graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in 2011, and I can honestly say it was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made for my business. It’s given me so much in terms of, not only knowledge, but connections, and a real direction of where I wanted to go in life. (inspirational music) Everything you want is on the other side of fear. And you just have to push through that fear to get what you want out of life. So whether it’s starting your own business, becoming a health coach, changing careers, whatever it is. Just push through that fear and you will get whatever it is that you want out of life. (inspirational music) Something people ask me often is what is the best thing I got out of Integrative Nutrition. And starting my own business, and I can really say after a few years on this journey, you know, the career is great, the recognition’s great, but really it’s the person you become along the way. That is the greatest gift that you will ever get from doing a program like this.