Author: Thomas Gray
What is Overages Blueprint and How Does it Work?
Overages Blueprint Reviews is an online course created by Bob Diamond. It teaches you how to make money by recovering tax sale overage funds from previous homeowners who lost theirRead More
Do nutrition and health coaches need insurance?
“Look into whether health coaches need insurance” is one of those lines that many of us put at the bottom of a to-do list—and that’s generally where it stays. DayRead More
Top sleep doctor: Trainers, health coaches, and dietitians can make seriously great sleep coaches.
As a trainer, therapist, health coach, or dietitian, you probably see your clients more than most physicians see their patients. That extra time allows you to build rapport and trust—criticalRead More
Menopause and sleep: The struggle is real (and so are these solutions)
If only you could sleep in the fridge, then menopause wouldn’t be a problem. There, snuggled up next to the baloney, head resting on a cool heirloom tomato, you’d finallyRead More
Warning: People Who Try These Experiments Tend to Get a Lot More Done
The internet is full of energy hacks. Try fasting! Put butter in your coffee! Take this supplement! What if you’ve tried all that—and your doctor has also declared you theRead More
Invisible stressors: Are they sucking the life out of your health?
Your roof isn’t leaking, your thyroid’s fine, and you’ve never been chased by a hungry tiger. So why are you so exhausted, cranky, and foggy?! We’d like to introduce youRead More
The truth about adrenal fatigue.
Reviewed by Helen Kollias, PhD What isadrenal fatigue?SymptomsScienceTreatment Every month, roughly 80,000 people type “what is adrenal fatigue?” into a search bar, hoping for answers. And the internet gives themRead More
Truly horrible fitness advice: “If I can do it, you can do it.”
“If I can do it, you can do it.” You’ve heard that fitness advice. Maybe you’ve even said the words yourself. (Sheepishly raises hand.) And it’s time for this clichéRead More
So you made a mistake with a client—now what?
The moment Dr. Karin Nordin exited the Zoom call, she knew she’d made a crucial mistake. It was her first coaching session with a brand-new client, and from the get-go,Read More
Level 1: “I’ll be happier when I lose weight” is a recipe for regret. Here’s the counterintuitive solution.
“I’ll be happy when I fit into my old Levi’s.” (They really did make your butt look good.) Have you ever said something like that? Or how about: “I’ll beRead More