How often do you read the contracts that your coaches, doctors, fitness professionals and wellness providers have you sign?  Or if you are an entrepreneur, wellness or fitness professional do you have and use contracts that you have personally reviewed and created with legal counsel?  No matter which side of the field you stand on it’s important to have clarity as to what you are signing up for when you agree to work with someone.  Knowing what type of relationship you’re getting into or creating is crucial to creating quality business relationships.  Cory Sterling is a lawyer and founder of the legal firm Conscious Counsel.  He and his team specialize in helping heart centered health, wellness and fitness professionals. In this episode of The Health Fix Podcast, Dr. Jannine Krause interviews Cory Sterling on the importance of using contracts to define working relationships and prevent miscommunications that lead to legal issues. 

What You’ll Learn In This Episode:

  •   How contracts improve relationships between 2 parties to ensure expectations are met
  • Why it is so important to read contracts with coaching, fitness and wellness services
  • Why 24 hours to think through contracts is crucial for creating quality relationships with clients
  • How to clarify and negotiate details in a contract with a coach or wellness provider if you have questions
  • How legal documents simply facilitate communication between 2 parties

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