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From: Christina (198.228.200.158)
Subject:         Re: Is the Institute for Integrative Nutrition a huge scam?
Date: December 14, 2013 at 9:11 am PST

In Reply to: Is the Institute for Integrative Nutrition a huge scam? posted by Lauren on July 9, 2013 at 10:34 am:

IIN does not promote themselves as being the equivalent of
getting a college degree. To be a 'health coach', you do not need
a degree or even a certification. I chose to do IIN to learn more
information and to feel like I had a piece of paper to show my
clients incase they asked (which no one ever did) IIN was an
amazing experience and I learned a ton of information. I do
generate about 50% of my income from health coaching, but
being a yoga teacher before starting this program it was easier to
find clients. They give you ALL the tools you need to be
successful in your training (and for years after), but of course
they can not find your clients for you. It takes work and effort like
any business. As far as referrals, they do offer their graduates
money, which they should, because referring someone requires
hours of answering questions, showing samples of your work,
and talking about your income. They so not charge their
graduates for any of the marketing materials. If you have any
questions, you can email me at christinaferrara@hotmail.com.

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