The Program sounds phenomenal and I especially like it because it's a holistic approach to nutrition. WWYT?
LAPIS I keep trying to PM you but it wont let me:( Anyway here is what I tried to send you:
Hi, i saw that you said you don't recommend the IIN program and I am literally on the verge of signing up (as in possibly tomorrow) so I was wondering if you'd mind answering a few of my questions. First off, I'm curious why you don't recommend it? Did you graduate from the program, btw? Since leaving/graduating from that school do you work in the industry at all, do you work as a health coach or have you tried it in the past?
I'm sort of thinking that it might be a good fit for me, but I feel like I am basically paying for the certificate itself.....I already know a lot about nutrition already and continue to learn but cannot spend the time in a university getting a degree or anything...so basically I just want to have something, a certificate or something so I can have a "title" to work as a health coach. I don't think I can find any clients if I haven't had any kind of "formal" training or any certifications. I do want my health coach career to my my primary source of income, but I don't want to be a "salesperson". What are your thoughts? Thanks so much.