From integrative nutritional health to business consulting, Brynn Gestewitz welcomes the opportunity to expand her health and wellness reach


Integrative nutrition health coach Brynn Gestewitz’s mission to help improve the health of the world’s population seems like a huge goal, too big for any one individual. But maybe that’s just the point. With her recent transition into business consulting for health coaches, she could begin to see her dream come true, because helping coaches succeed means more people are on the path to health and wellness.

Gestewitz is no stranger to the challenges faced by health coaches, from building credibility to marketing and cold calling. Fortunately, his rich background as the holder of a Master of Science in International Business and a Master of Business Administration from Southern New Hampshire University gave him the knowledge and tools to create business strategies to overcome these challenges.

Gestewitz was able to apply his business knowledge to his own health coaching business and secured a steady stream of clients. This led some of her colleagues to turn to her for her expertise in building sustainable businesses through solid business plans. Gestewitz, moved by her passion to help her colleagues succeed and get as many people as possible started on their path to health and wellness, slowly transformed her business into consulting, welcoming health coaches.

Currently, she provides several services, all designed to help remove the most stressful and challenging aspects of the health coaching business, increasing credibility in the field. Gestewitz can help clients with paid ad strategies, advertising, social media campaigns and publications. His methods are proving profitable as more and more of his clients get responses from potential customers.

His consulting services span one year to ensure sustainability, something most business coaches don’t offer their clients. She met many coaches who were forced to spend thousands of dollars on ineffective marketing until they found their way to Gestewitz. According to her, the problem with these business coaches is that the consulting services work in a short period of time and do not provide stability.

Since transitioning to consulting four months ago, she has already maintained steady growth in client numbers each month, projecting six-figure revenue by the end of the year, a testament to Gestewitz’s effective methods.

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