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Cultivate your business and find your tribe

Limited spots available

Small group virtual mastermind starts July 2020.

Hey nutrition professional! Do you want to grow your private practice, consulting work, or develop a course? Join us in The Greenhouse for twice monthly small group mastermind sessions to help you build your business, regroup, or take your private practice to the next level. Suggested pre-req: At least 1 year of clinical practice in an outpatient setting.

Grow your business with bi-weekly group strategy sessions

75-minute content-packed virtual meetings

Spark growth through regular accountability

Establish goals and keep yourself on track

Strategize challenges and opportunities with a mentor and your peers

Brainstorm tools to reduce clinician burnout

Manage those “problem” clients with ease

Take the fear out of coordinating care with other providers

Nurture your referral network to support continued growth

Refine your elevator pitch

Create referral relationships to provide opportunities for continued growth

Bring structure to managing professional relationships

Practice your professional public speaking skills

Each participant is assigned a meeting at which they present a 10-minute webinar on a topic of their choice

Enjoy a safe, and supportive space to refine your voice

BONUSES!

Get access to a private Slack channel for support between sessions. Slack is a lovely, professionally-appropriate alternative to Facebook groups for structured, continuous communication between meetings.

You also get access to Practice Incubator, a 12-week online course that teaches you how to start your own private practice, complete with legal and client forms, marketing and networking ideas and education, and even organization tactics. A $499 value – included as a bonus for signing up for Greenhouse.

Our July 2020 cohort is filling up fast

6 Monthly Payments

Monthly fee, USD

Single Payment 20% Discount

One-time fee, USD

Frequently Asked Questions

What is The Greenhouse?

The Greenhouse is a virtual (sessions are conducted on Zoom) accountability group for early and mid-career nutrition professionals who want to grow their business.

How often will we meet?

Our group meets live twice monthly for 6 months. The schedule is: Tuesdays, 8 a.m. PST / 10 a.m. CST / 11 a.m. EST starting in July 2020, dates TBD. Participants are also enrolled on a private Slack channel – so that you can directly ask questions and support other group members.

What will I get from participating?

This program is designed to help you grow your business, stay on track, and smooth out any roadblocks. We will work together as a small group (max 6 participants) to craft and achieve goals. Each week, we will help you hone your elevator pitch and networking acumen, set and review goals, celebrate successes, and practice your presentation skills. Each participant will have the opportunity to present on a topic of their choice to the group during one session.

Am I a good match for The Greenhouse?

The Greenhouse is designed for nutrition professionals who want to grow their private practice. If you haven’t yet started your private practice, The Practice Incubator likely is a better match for you at this time. In The Greenhouse, we will dive deep into helping achieve sustainable growth that fits your lifestyle.

Cultivate your business and find your tribe

Greenhouse grow sessions

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