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How to Start Your Own Health-Based Business

If you’re passionate about staying healthy, you could profit off this while living out your dreams. According to Sanford Health, millennials, the largest living generation today, are more health-conscious than previous generations, so you’ll already have several potential customers. Starting a health-based business lets you share your passion and experience with others. This could mean you can do anything from being someone’s personal trainer or yoga teacher to preparing healthy meals and snacks for customers. Whatever you’re interested in, here are some tips on how to start your business.

Craft a Plan

Start by narrowing down exactly what you want to do. You could cater to health and wellness trends by developing your own exercise/health app, offering plant-based foods, selling high-quality supplements, or selling CBD oil. You could also go the route of being a trainer or teacher. In this case, you’ll probably want to put some time into getting certified. Around this time, you should also come up with a memorable and unique name. Before you settle on a name, make sure no one else is using it. You should also have a good idea of who your ideal customer is. Once you have an idea for your business, you’ll need to work out the details. The single most important thing you can do to get your business on the right track is to put together a strong business plan. This will include everything from a description of your company to market analyses to financial projections. The more thorough you are, the better prepared you’ll be.

Spread the Word

To start building a customer base, it’s important to spread the word about your new business. One of the best ways to find customers is by putting together a strong online presence. You should start by constructing a website. Depending on what kind of business you’re starting, your website could be a place where you sell products or a way to direct customers to your in-person service or store. If you’re not skilled in website design, don’t worry — you can use a website builder or even hire someone to put together an eye-catching, functional, and engaging website for you.

Next, you’ll want to head to social media sites. There are different social media platforms that you could use to your advantage. However, when you’re first getting started, it’s easier to use just one or two. You want to make sure the site or sites you choose to use are being updated regularly. Digital Marketing Institute notes that you should keep your brand voice and tone consistent on all social media platforms. This will make your business more trustworthy.

Get Your Finances Together

As your business grows, you will want to pay close attention to your finances. If you don’t have a finance or accounting background, you may struggle with this. Reliable accounting software makes it easier for you to keep track of your billable hours and send out invoices to clients, as well as identify where you’re truly making money, so you don’t waste time doing the busy work of finance or pursuing non-lucrative projects. Many small businesses choose to register as a corporation to shield themselves from legal action and gain easier access to funding. Avoid paying fees to an attorney and use a formation service to inexpensively form your Georgia corporation.


If you’re having a hard time funding your venture, consider using crowdfunding or angel investors. As a last resort, you could sell your home and use the proceeds to bankroll your business. If you’re putting your home on the market, you’ll need new living accommodations. Fortunately, there are many apartments available in the Atlanta area to suit your needs and preferences. Look for a place with an extra room for a home office so you can run your business from home when you need to.

Starting your own health-based business can be greatly rewarding. You just have to put the time in to research what you plan to do, market your products or services, and keep a close eye on your finances. Soon, you’ll be earning money while you help people be healthy!


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