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Fearless Practitioners

Aug 24, 2021

Starting your own business and coming up with your niche can feel like a lot.

Fearless Practitioners - Ep. 130 - From Plants to Profit

Sometimes that means that you put the blinders on and focus on what you are passionate about and what will propel your business forward.

In this episode of the Fearless Practitioners Podcast, I talk with Ashley Kitchens and how she took her personal experience and love for plant-based eating and shifted that to her business.

Listen in as we chat about how to focus on your zone of genius and put that shiny object syndrome to the side in order to best serve your community and yourself!

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Ashley is a plant-based registered dietitian nutritionist and owner of Plant Centered Nutrition. She works with clients worldwide, helping them eat more plants and build a stronger relationship with food and themselves. She received her Masters in Public Health and Nutrition from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


  • Converting your passion into your niche.
  • Building group coaching programs.
  • Serving your community.


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