Do you want to learn how to build a successful online membership program? Tune into this fascinating conversation with Accredited Practising Dietitian, Dr Kyla Smith, better known as ‘Dr Kyla’ to her 100,000+ Instagram followers. Kyla shares her impressive career journey to establishing online membership programs that aim to empower parents with the skills and confidence to support their babies, toddlers, and school-aged children to love food. She’s also on a mission to change the way we talk about food in schools. You’ll explore the importance of staying in touch with your audience and knowing the needs of your members, the benefits of growing a team with diverse skills and ways to manage being present on social media.
Dr Kyla Smith is a Paediatric Dietitian who works with parents to help them feed their families with confidence. Her range of online memberships to meet the needs of parents introducing solid foods, navigating fussy eating, packing school lunches and feeding the whole family. She’s also currently working on changing the way we talk about food in schools. Kyla has been a dietitian for 16 years and has a PhD in childhood weight management. She’s passionate about changing the way this generation of children feel about food and their bodies.
In this episode, we discuss:
- The opportunities and skills learnt from taking on varied job roles
- How to build a philosophy that supports your patients and business
- The role a business coach plays in your success
- Why reflection is important when building a successful business
- How Instagram can fuel a successful business and bank of content ideas
Click here to visit Dr Kyla’s website – Mealtimes
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