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Caroline Cain

Caroline Cain (BA, BSoR) Holistic Reflexologist and soon-to-be Naturopathic Nutritionist. Passionate user of nature's gifts, whole and raw foods and positive lifestyle choices.
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The secret to growing your business without comparing yourself to others (video) by Caroline Cain Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Eating Listen to audio-only version (MP3) | Subscribe to Podcast (iTunes) Wondering when your business will ever take off? If you’re tired of sitting on the sideli ... Read on »
Why trading dollars for hours might just be your quickest route to earning more (video) by Caroline Cain Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Eating Don’t trade dollars for hours Depending on how long you’ve been around in the online coaching world, you would have heard not to trade dollars for hours. And what this ... Read on »
Want a simple rule to help you grow your coaching business? (video) by Caroline Cain Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Eating Listen to audio-only version (MP3) | Subscribe to Podcast (iTunes) What if I were to give you a really simple rule for growing your business? Would that hel ... Read on »
If you’re not doing THIS, even your best marketing efforts will fail (video) by Caroline Cain Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Eating When I first started out in business I was so scared of coming across as sales-y that after getting off a call that wasn’t an immediate yes, I would leave it at that. ... Read on »
The 3 common blocks that sabotage your business success as a soulful coach (video) by Caroline Cain Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Eating There was a time when I would weigh up – unconsciously even, if I could buy lunch out or needed to make my own, if I could afford to go out for a meal with friends, checki ... Read on »
How to shine online even if you’re a sensitive or introvert entrepreneur by Caroline Cain Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Eating When you’re sensitive and/or an introvert it can feel like a monumental task to put yourself out there and allow yourself to shine online. If you’re anything like I wa ... Read on »
Real life stories from the slums of Sri Lanka by Caroline Cain Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Eating My friend Boo with some of the children living in this slum Nine years ago I hiked to Mount Everest Basecamp with my friends Ro, Claire, Jo and Kat to raise money fo ... Read on »
Do THIS to be seen by your ideal clients + Client Success Story by Caroline Cain Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Eating “I’m attracting lots of new clients. Clients who are smart, successful and kind. Clients who share my values, ethics and compulsion to help. Clients with sharp minds, clear ... Read on »
How To Get Noticed On Pinterest: 5 Top Tips + Client Testimonial by Caroline Cain Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Eating I’m Issy – and I’m an interior design coach who’s passion in life is helping everyone to create their dream home, no matter what their budget and interior design experienc ... Read on »
Client Success Story: Melissa Mayer by Caroline Cain Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Eating “I’m back from an intensive with a client… OMG!!!! I LOVE MY JOB!!! Caroline, I’m more and more aligned with my work, i can feel it, I was really good and I love my cli ... Read on »
3 Ways to Share Your Unique Personal Brand As A Coach by Caroline Cain Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Eating   Why you need a unique personal brand as a coach Exploring your unique brand identity is one sure way to kick competition and comparison in the behind. There ... Read on »
How To Instantly Increase Your Expert Status With Brand Photos (visual guide) by Caroline Cain Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Eating Brand Photo-Journey Of A Successful Lifestyle Business Have you noticed that having professional photos as part of your online branding is all the rage these day ... Read on »
Why I Changed Direction In My Business (And Maybe You Should Too) by Caroline Cain Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Eating Did you feel it? When you told people about your heart-centered plans to create change in the world…that there was hesitation, that moment of “Oh, that sounds lovel ... Read on »
Stop the blame game: why working during holidays is a good sign by Caroline Cain Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Eating   Lifestyle Business One of my colleagues and mastermind buddies wrote a newsletter the other day about how she worked on her holiday and this got me thinking… ... Read on »
How To Have Total Confidence In What You Offer by Caroline Cain Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Eating When you doubt the value you offer Do you ever have moments like this…you’re on Facebook and you see a fabulous offer really similar to what you do. The wording i ... Read on »
Where To Find Your Next Client by Caroline Cain Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Eating You know what I’m really enjoying these days? Markets. The markets here in Sydney are really high end, quality. And you know what I’ve noticed as a wonderful positiv ... Read on »
Get Rid of Fraud-Syndrome Once And For All by Caroline Cain Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Eating More clients have written to me this week about feeling like a fraud than ever before. This is something that comes up when you’re just starting as well as it does whe ... Read on »
Get Rid of Fraud-Syndrome Once And For All by Caroline Cain Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Eating You know that feeling when you think you’re going to ‘get found out’. That if you put your offer out there someone is going to say – or most likely just think that you are ... Read on »
3 Lessons In How To Set Up A Sustainable Coaching Business by Caroline Cain Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Eating You know the tale of the Three Little Pigs? I didn’t like it as a child for many reasons so never bought it for my daughter, but it’s just appeared in our household as a g ... Read on »
The Flip-flopper’s Guide To Success by Caroline Cain Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Eating One of my fears around growing a successful business (once I understood that having such a fear was actually possible) was that I’d have to change when I became ‘that ... Read on »