“Leverage your first career as a point of differentiation. You have unique skills and experience as a second career dietitian. Take time to think through how these can apply to current and future work as a nutrition professional.”
The Best Secrets On How To Have A Successful Dietetic Career – Part II. Read on to learn more how you can become exactly who you want to be in your career by having an open mind, being flexible, and staying authentic.
Becoming an influencer, a person who has the ability to influence more than 10,000 people to follow their recommendations or buy specific products, is important in order to grow your dietetic business…
Private practice for dietitians isn’t just about having an office anymore to counsel or coach clients. Private practice insinuates that one works for his/her self in a practice. This practice can have multiple job ventures and options beyond just the standard counseling services. Here are some different opportunities for private practice dietitians to get that extra paycheck while enjoying a flexible, self-made schedule.
Newsletters are valuable marketing tools. Sending newsletters to your readers is a great way to maintain relationships, share important content, and promote your services or products. Your newsletter can further enhance your expertise and increase your income. Writing the right content within your newsletter is imperative so that you get the intended message and action across to your viewers.
Writing an e-book is different that writing a regular paperback or hardcover book. An e-book can directly link to websites so the author can further guide the reader to more sales of other products and/or services. Since the e-book is in electronic format, it is also easily accessible on all electronic devices such as computers, PCs, Macs, tablets, smartphones, and any other type of electronic reading device. With these added benefits, here are 7 must-know tips to write an e-book. – Sarah
“Registered Dietitians are uniquely qualified to translate nutrition science into smart strategies and help people make their own, well-informed nutrition decisions based on facts, not fear. Effective communication skills not only help promote better nutrition, they also promote the dietetics profession and your own career by boosting your visibility, influence, and success.”