Hi, it’s Cate Stillman, and I’m here with Coach of the Month Kari Zabel. We’re so happy to have her on the show today, where we will talk about her journey through law school and a graduate degree in City Planning to practicing and then teaching yoga, all before changing her path to become a Yoga Health Coach. Tune in to hear how Kari Zabel overcame the cultural norms surrounding her to pursue her passion and become a successful wellpreneur.
What you’ll get out of tuning in:
- How to improve your capacity to get things done
- Why overcoming cultural beliefs is so important for pursuing your dharma
- How to attract clients by living what you teach
- Yoga Health Coaching: Have a Conversation
- Bryan Kest’s website
- Dana Skoglund’s website
- Code of the Extraordinary Mind by Vishen Lakhiani
- Refer a friend to Yoga Health Coaching
- Apply to be a Yoga Health Coaching podcaster
- Kari’s Website
- 5:00 – There are incredibly powerful cultural belief systems that tell us we can’t do what we want to do. Overcoming normative values and belief systems is often crucial for pursuing your dharma.
- 8:30 – The better body habits you have, the greater capacity you have to do anything you want to do. Habit evolution can help you not only feel better, but get more done in your day!
- 12:00 – Yoga Health Coaching gives you the tools you need to be able to create a health coaching business, and especially helps you get comfortable with aspects for which you might not feel you have the capacity yet.
- 16:00 – By improving body habits, you change physically and energetically, and people want to be around you more. When you live what you’re teaching, it’s not hard to sell your courses to clients because they want to go where you’re going.
- 26:00 – If you have an eating disorder, you should go to therapy, not a health coaching course. However, a health coaching course could be incredibly beneficial for anyone who has experienced disordered eating.
- “I didn’t need to live based on someone else’s idea of what I should be doing.” – Kari Zabel
- “You’re probably going to have to overcome some familial or cultural baggage.” – Cate Stillman
- “It’s really hard to continually be going against the grain.” – Kari Zabel
- “The better body habits you have, the greater capacity you have to do anything you want to do.” – Kari Zabel
- “When you live what you’re teaching and practicing, it’s not that hard to sell something.” – Kari Zabel
- “People are often steered inappropriately into career paths that don’t really fit them, or relationships that don’t really fit them.” – Cate Stillman