Last week I had mentioned to all of you I am going back to basics, trying to find my true calling with my nutrition business and also trying to get some balance in my life. I have been having a great time listening to classes from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition when I first enrolled. These classes remind me of visualizing my practice, starting to conduct health histories with new clients, and how to teach simple meal planning.
I’ve been enjoying my trip down memory lane and have really kept a focus of helping others. I’ve found that by helping others, I’ve gotten back wealth in the form of friendship, gratitude and some said cash as well. By changing my focus from “why am I spending time on this, I’m not making a profit” to “how can I serve and help others”, I’ve found I’m able to be more positive and bring more of my true self to the client relationship.
I’m also reminded that my education with the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, is not just a training program but also a self growth program. Listening to all of those classes again, I can see how much I’ve been able to develop my sense of self and I’m able to prioritize my day a little better.
Yesterday, for example, I was planning on getting some work done for my Lisa’s Lentils Health Coaching Practice, however, I really felt more like spending time with my boyfriend relaxing and I did just that. It felt strange not being on the go, but at the same time, it was a great day for my relationship and my body felt more refreshed today getting ready for work, rather than being tired from the previous day’s activities.
If you are interested in learning more about the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, give this guide a try,
and if you are interested in a six-month, very easy, self-care recommendation, check out this resource, also by the Institute for Integrative Nutrition!
And if you are interested in some super delicious recipes, check out Lisa’s Lentils Recipe Link!