Mar 19, 2019
When starting your private practice, finding your support system and community of professionals can help you achieve your dream practice. Along with the community aspect, the power of accountability in your group can truly be beneficial as you start and grow your practice.
In today's episode, Amanda Barnes shares her story of how when she was starting out, she moved to Manila. Hear all the strategies that have helped her to build a community, start and grow her practice, and become fearless in building her network in a new country.
The webinar mentioned in this episode will be airing at a later date in April - stay tuned for more details!
Amanda Barnes is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and owner of Amanda Barnes Nutrition. She has her Masters of Science in Sustainable and Resilient Food Systems. After working as a retail dietitian at both Giant Food Stores and Whole Foods Market she moved to Manila, Philippines where she started her own online practice. Amanda bridges her passion for nutrition with practical cooking tips. Her practice focuses on helping families and individuals reach their nutrition and health goals by making small changes to their diet to lead to overall healthier lifestyles, realizing everyone's needs are unique.
She also works with local food companies to develop and market recipes, and hopes to inspire people to make food choices that are healthier for our bodies and for the planet. Amanda is also the co-host of the podcast Relatively Delicious, a podcast with her chef sister talking all things food and wellness.
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