LTBP #118 - Rabin Das: Working With 1-2-1 Nutrition Only Clients
Release Date: 07/18/2018
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In this episode, Stuart welcomes on Rabin Das for an interview about how he runs his 1-2-1 nutrition-only coaching company.
-- How Rab has ended up working in public speaking and running his own nutrition consultancy.
-- What his advice would be to someone who wants to improve their public speaking.
-- How he launched his 1-2-1 nutrition coaching company.
-- What he asks in his pre-consultation form before he meets a new client.
-- How he works his check-in process.
-- How often he speaks to his clients.
-- How he prices 1-2-1 nutrition only services.
-- Do clients stick around long-term considering nutrition seems like it's got more of an endpoint?
-- How he works with clients who want training advice alongside nutrition support.
Book Mentioned - Exclusion and embrace by Miroslav Volf
Course Mentioned - Complete Human Performance Concurrent Training
Rab's social media - @dasnutrition (Instagram), Rabin Das (Facebook)