From coaching clients online, now a Founder and CEO of his own very large and successful coaching business company. Helping 500,000 people reach their goals and became multiple seven-figure businesses with over 22 FTEs. (Yuri Elkaim)Jun 10, 2022
In this episode, I interview Yuri Elkaim, Founder and CEO of Healthpreneur, based in Toronto, Canada. Yuri has set up his own business to help health & fitness professionals grow and build better coaching businesses online.
From coaching clients online, Yuri decided to pursue bigger opportunities. Healthpreneue was established in 2015 and has been running for over 7 years. Became a world-class coach and helped 500,000 people with over 22 FTEs.
Yuri has said that growing a business requires the ability to play in the game long enough. So he says, “We all want results quicker, but if we can lengthen our time horizons and hit the goal, we will receive fundamental growth.”
This Cast Covers:
- Helping health professionals grow their business online.
- Helping health professionals bridge the gap between their expertise and the people they want to serve.
- Providing a four-step acquisition model based on paid traffic to a webinar.
- Having its 90% of revenue for the past six years.
- Opened up with health coaches, nutritionists, dieticians, and a lot more natural practitioners.
- Giving practical bits of advice in growing a small business.
- With the phenomenal growth of 15 million ranks for over 6 years.
- Learning how to improve and correct bad habits in business.
- Built multiple seven-figure businesses and served over a half million people since 2006.
- Helping entrepreneurs on creating a healthy community on their business team.
“The gravity of your situation is what it takes to achieve the next level.” —Yuri Elkaim
“Making progress forward is a success.” —Yuri Elkaim
“Being able to write words that move people to action is equally important.” —Yuri ElkIaim
“Our people are our biggest asset.” —Yuri Elkaim
“There’s time to put in the work and also a time to work out to get a sweat.” —Yuri Elkaim