Michelle McGlade

The Marketing Secrets of Wellness Business Owners Part 3 | Michelle McGlade

Making the Maven Episode 112: You can fill your email list with clients who want to work with you before you even talk to them! Take it from me, Michelle McGlade!


We’re on the last marketing secret! Yes! I know you have so much fear around ‘what to do,’ so hopefully this series has cleared things up for you. All three of these episodes build on each other, so be sure to re-listen to the episodes if you’re getting stuck or confused. On this week’s marketing secret, I show you how to build a nurture sequence in your email list to help build those relationships and get clients in your door before you even have a face-to-face conversation with them!

Key Insights & Aha Moments


*We’re on the last secret in this three-part series!

*Also, don’t miss out on my new freebie! The five steps to a weightless practice!

*Now, let’s finally dig into the last and final secret!

*Whether you’re doing it offline or online, at the end of the day it’s all about relationships.

*Do you have any limiting beliefs behind this?

*Grab a pen and a paper! I’m about to show you how to do a nurture sequence.

*Go back and re-listen to these three marketing secret episodes. They all build on each other!

*Did you find these episodes helpful? I have a high-touch program available that can help you keep yourself accountable and you can ask me any questions you may have! Check out the Wellness Marketing Master Class with myself, Michelle McGlade, it is in the show notes!

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