There’s a thin line between understanding something in theory and KNOWING something because you’ve experienced it. And it’s super-important to know the difference, especially when you’re working to help change people’s lives.
Today, I’m sharing with you the difference between understanding & knowing, and why I believe it’s difficult to teach something you truly don’t know.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE
- My story of going from understanding a health consequence, in theory, to actually knowing it through real-life experience.
- Why I don’t think it’s a good idea to teach something just based on theory (this is why we’re required to have an internship experience, y’all).
- Why you shouldn’t charge premium rates if you’re not yet confident in your ability to provide the results to match
- My opinion on mindset work and why not everyone should be teaching it without having the theoretical understanding of the science and personal transformation of there own to back it up.
FEATURED ON THE SHOW
The “Charge What You’re Worth” private mentoring program
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