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Navigating Changing Tides in the Weight Loss Industry with Confidence: Embracing Trends While Anchoring to What Matters Most


Presented by Karol Clark, MSN, RN

The weight loss industry is currently weathering an upsurge in trends resulting in uncertainty and increased competition. This webinar will sort out all of the latest developments and emphasize how to turn these changes into opportunities for growth and stability in your weight loss practice. In addition, this presentation will address what practitioners should anchor to so they can confidently navigate these industry-wide shifts while remaining focused on their patients and practice.

Learning Objectives Include:

  • Identify the top five current industry trends causing concern for many weight loss practitioners
  • List the four most important questions practitioners need to ask in order to embrace the ever-changing trends affecting the weight loss industry
  • Understand six important anchoring beliefs required for effectively managing constantly changing tides while staying true to your core values


Karol Clark, MSN, RN, is a best-selling author who has a passion for helping physicians integrate effective, profitable weight loss services and retail sales into their practice while improving patient outcomes and enjoying the journey along the way. Her use of non-traditional (easy to implement) medical marketing strategies, along with her dedication to a positive ROI makes her a uniquely different and sought-after weight loss business consultant. Karol is the CEO of Weight Loss Practice Builder and the exclusive membership program for weight loss practitioners, She has more than 20 years of experience working with surgical and medical weight loss physicians and their teams helping them simplify creation of a profitable and enjoyable bariatric practice.

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