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170 - With Business Strategist for Health Coaches, Kendra Perry

Season 2, Ep. 170

Today we welcome Kendra Perry to the No Labels, No Limits podcast! Kendra is a former multiple 6-figure Functional Health Coach turned online business strategist for health & wellness practitioners.

She is on a mission to stop health coaches from being broke by helping them build BOOMING businesses in the next decade.

She has currently helped 300+ health coaches grow their practices, attract consistent clients and blow up their bank accounts.

She is the creator of the ground-breaking Health Coach Accelerator Method which turns scared, scattered and self-conscious coaches into confident, focused and high-performing health entrepreneurs. She is also the founder of the Profitable Groups System which teaches coaches to scale their income and impact with online group coaching programs.

Kendra has been featured in Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global, CEO Blog Nation and Authority Magazine for her expertise on sales.

When she isn’t getting fired up about business & marketing, you will find her indulging in her love of adrenaline sports in the remote mountains of beautiful British Columbia, Canada.

Kendra says, "My story will show that anyone can start a business with zero knowledge of business experience. My story will show that success is really just a series of failures and unwavering commitment and dedication."


Learn more and connect with Kendra here:

www.kendraperry.net

youtube.com/c/kendraperryNET

https://www.linkedin.com/in/kendraperryinc/

https://www.instagram.com/kendraperryinc/

https://www.facebook.com/kendraperryinc/

https://twitter.com/KendraPerryInc

@kendraperryinc

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