9: Getting Legally Covered in Your Business Without Being Scared or Overwhelmed with Lisa Fraley

 

Today I get to introduce you to one of my long term friends– someone I have used to protect my own health business.  She has her own amazing podcast that you need to check out if you don’t subscribe already! I am pumped for you to meet her! 

Lisa Fraley, JD is an Attorney, Legal Coach, Speaker, and #1 Best-Selling Author of Easy Legal Steps…That are Also Good for Your Soul. She’s the host of the “Legally Enlightened” podcast on iTunes and a frequent legal expert who has been featured on over 250 webinars and podcasts, including top-ranked “Entrepreneur on Fire”.  Lisa speaks at live events from British Columbia to the Bellagio.  

As a Holistic Lawyer, Lisa blends legal expertise and caring health & life coaching skills to help heart-centered entrepreneurs protect their businesses and brands with contracts, disclaimers, trademarks, and more.  She shares her “Legal Love” through DIY legal templates and 1:1 services and is known for aligning legal steps with the chakras. 

Make sure to tune in for another great episode! 

 

In today’s interview we will discuss:

  • How Lisa started her health business and why she shifted to the legal space
  • How to run a thriving and profitable business without making a claim
  • What you can say and not say when you are coaching your clients 
  • What to watch out for when you are using the word “heal”
  • How to teach and share your story 
  • Looking at your role as a health coach
  • Making sure you stay in the lane of being a health coach, not being a medical professional 
  • How to guide your clients on a path to empowerment
  • When you should encourage your clients to talk to their doctors
  • The importance of knowing what you’re allowed to do based upon where your business is based
  • What the role of a health coach is and isn’t
  • How to show your clients the process they can take towards better health
  • Making sure to come from a place of educating your clients 
  • How to set up your client intake forms based on state laws 
  • Why you need a disclaimer on your website 
  • What other forms need a disclaimer
  • What a written client agreement is and why you need one
  • How to put legal protections in place and not leave yourself vulnerable
  • The importance of auditing your website 

 

Ready to get legally protected?

These are the exact templates I use on my website and I encourage you to use as well. This is my affiliate link and by law I need to tell you!

http://bit.ly/legaltemplates1

Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

https://nutritionadvocacy.org/

http://www.holisticcouncil.org/

 

That’s all for today! See you next week. 

XO, 

Rach

 

Where to connect with Lisa: 

Lisa’s Website 

Follow Lisa on Instagram

Follow Lisa on Facebook

Check out The Legally Enlightened Podcast

Learn what needs to be in your Website Disclamer so you don’t leave your website legally naked.  Receive Chapter 1 of Lisa’s book “Easy Legal Steps….That Are Also Good For Your Soul” at lisafraley.com/book

 

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