Tips From Successful Wellness Professionals | Part 2 |

Feb 26, 2021 11:30:00 AM | wellness professionals Tips From Successful Wellness Professionals | Part 2 |

Do you want to become a successful wellness professional? See more of our tips and advice from ACHS students and alumni.

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In Tips from Successful Wellness Professionals Part 1, we shared some valuable advice from our holistic health students and graduates. In part 2, we are sharing tips from even more of our amazing students and graduates! These are things that they learned through their own experiences in starting holistic health businesses and we hope it helps you in your own journey.

1. Trust Yourself.

" Just go for it. Try things, put yourself out there. Trust yourself, be confident, and just do it! You’ll learn what your threshold is and don’t be afraid of saying 'I don’t know, let me find out'. You will be a better practitioner for it in the end. "

-Holly Woods, Certificate in Aromatherapy, Diploma in Herbalism

holly woods and husband-1Pictured: Holly Woods and her husband enjoying face masks

2. Don't be afraid to fail.

"Go full steam ahead and don’t worry if it isn’t exactly how you want. Don’t be afraid to fail."

-Jaime Cohen, Certificate in Aromatherapy

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3. Invest in your own wellbeing.

"We live in a culture that promotes hustle. I want to really hammer home this idea that as much energy as you put into your hustle, put that same amount of energy into taking care of yourself."

-Miriam Popp, AAS in Health and Wellness, Cert Wellness Consulting

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4. Don't give up.

Do not give up. If one door closes to you, just keep walking until you find that open door. Because it is there. You have to have the mindset that anything is possible- because it is. I’m living proof, and I would love to share that with anybody who would listen. "

-Jennifer Archie, Grad Cert in CAM

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Pictured: Jennifer Archie at her holistic wellness business

We are so proud of our students and alumni who have become flourishing wellness professionals! If you want to work in the holistic health field but don't know where to start, education is a wonderful first step that will set you up for success and give you the knowledge that you need.

We hope this advice will help you as you work toward your goals and dreams! And please let us know in the comments if there are any other topics you would like the ACHS Holistic Health blog to cover.

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Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent disease. This article has not been reviewed by the FDA. Always consult with your primary care physician or naturopathic doctor before making any significant changes to your health and wellness routine. 

About American College of Healthcare Sciences

ACHS Founding President Dorene Petersen with three studentsAmerican College, founded in 1978, is a fully online accredited institute of higher education specializing in holistic health. Based in Portland, OR; our goal is to make research-driven and science-based holistic health education taught by industry-leading experts accessible to anyone anywhere while still giving students a hands-on experiential learning experience like a traditional college and a strong sense of community, school pride and student bond.

This commitment to our students and graduates reflects in our current survey results that reflect 98% of our students would recommend ACHS to a friend or family member.

We believe education is the most powerful tool for changing an individual and the world around us. 

When a person enrolls as ACHS, it is vitally important that they graduate with tools they need to forge their own holistic and sustainable missions, build up their communities confidently and changing the face of healthcare with knowledge.

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