show episodes
 
Loading …
show series
 
What does it take to Franchise your gym concept? How much does it cost to buy into a franchise? What are the pros of cons of franchising? Micah Logan answers all of these questions as he takes thru his journey of franchising his gym concept MELD. Key Takeaways from the episode Why would you want to franchise? How do you franchise? What is a brand m…
 
As a small business owner how do you compete in today’s highly competitive landscape? The answer? Delivering outstanding customer service and an outstanding customer experience. You can boost sales, increase customer satisfaction and loyalty by crushing the competition with service. Key Takeaways from the episode Why focus on customer service? It s…
 
Grey hounds, Chihuahuas and pole dancing. What do they have to do with selling. Leslie Lyons makes sense of the riddle that is selling and is telling you that your business is not growing because you are afraid of selling. Key Takeaways from the episode Black women pole dancing Leslie’s 4 P’s of Sales Why sales is really leadership How to get over …
 
Getting in front of your local press will give you free marketing and create authority in you and your brand. How do you get in front of your local media and make this happen? We tell you on this episode of the podcast with Mickie Kennedy. Key Takeaways from the episode How to get in front of your local media Why would you need a press release The …
 
Are you tired of seeing the influencers beat the real fit pros? Sean Garner has made it his mission to turn that around by educating real fit pros about the online training business. He has helped many fit pros rise above and get what they deserve for their skill set. Key Takeaways from the episode What role will online coaching play going forward …
 
You dreamed of financial freedom when you started your business, but how many of you are actually achieving it? What if you’re not? How do you turn it around? What if you are. How do you make your money work for you? I talk to Jackson Millan, the Wealth Mentor, who has helped hundreds of fit pros to achieve their financial freedom. Key Takeaways fr…
 
Getting lots of leads can be intoxicating, but unless you have a sales system to convert them to members your business will not see any revenue from all those leads. Erik’s sales system is specific to the fitness industry and has helped thousands of clubs increase their monthly revenue. Key Takeaways from the episode Sometimes the most disciplined …
 
A lot of gym owners miss the boat when it comes to their marketing. Meaning, they are not clear in their marketing messaging in what they do, who they do it for and where they do it. Justin Brown has helped hundreds of business distill down their message so that it can be heard. Key Takeaways from the episode If people don’t know about your busines…
 
Whether you're a brick and mortar, online or both, as a fitness business it is more crucial than ever to do your digital marketing right. It’s a simple matter of survival. It can be confusing and like hitting a moving target. Andrew Seeley shares information that will make it simple for you to do your digital marketing right. Key Takeaways from the…
 
That sounds insane if your business is struggling. You think, the first thing I need are ads, but maybe you should consider fixing the holes in the boat instead of bailing more water. That is the advice Chris Cooper got from his mentor and it is the same advice he gives today to the gyms he mentors. Key Takeaways from the episode The two skills set…
 
Cancer survivor, Navy veteran, Fitness model, Inventor, Business owner, Physical Therapist, Personal Trainer. Sean Finnegan is all these things. He shares how all these experiences changed him for the better and how he was inspired to come up with his patented system for strength training anywhere and minimum equipment. He thinks it’s a model that …
 
Do you have a high staff turn over, poor culture, unhappy employees or a poor performing team? Maybe you’re a bad leader. We’ve all been there when you start running your business it’s great when you’re a one person show. Everything seems to run smoothly. When you start adding a team the wheels can start to fall off quickly. When you have a team yo…
 
Sometimes the answer to our problems is a mind set shift or change of perspective. We try to find some answers for the US Fitness market by comparing it to some of the international markets. What the markets are getting right and wrong. Jack Thomas hosts the Fitness Business Asia podcast and owns 3 Fitness Studios in Bangkok Thailand. We sit down t…
 
We all start with one client, but how do you grow that into a business. Use your own clients as marketing machines for you. That is exactly what Joanne and Sam did and grew their PT clinic from 1 to 250 clients is a short time. They share how they did it and so much more in this episode. Key Takeaways from the episode How they go from 1 patient to …
 
Business to business networking can create valuable long term relationships and results, but it has to done right. Dr Donahue built his business almost exclusively on B to B networking. He shares how to do it correctly. Key Takeaways from the episode What is Dr Donahue’s criteria to working with a trainer or fitness business The three R’s The break…
 
Ask four people what is branding and you will get four different answers. Do you know what your brand is? Who your brand is for? What does your brand promise? These are questions only you can answer. Justin helps you answer these questions and how to turn the answers into more revenue for your business. Key Takeaways from the episode What exactly i…
 
How do you manage all of the duties of running a small business. It can be overwhelming and things can fall between the cracks that can cost you in many ways. Lisa has built a system for her success around the muv books. She shares her insights on this episode. Key Takeaways from the episode How to prioritize your day for optimum productivity Are y…
 
Politicians and Public Health Officials are not going to advocate for your business. You have to advocate for your business. You have to create consequences for the decisions makers. Only then will they be motivated to make decisions that will help your business. Ted Theodoropolus shares how he is doing this and how you can too. Key Takeaways from …
 
We’ve all heard of TRX, Bosu, and Stick Mobility. These are brands that created their own category of fitness. What if you could do that? Mark Chavez thinks you can and tells you how on this episode. Key Takeaways from the episode Is this an entirely new fitness category? Doing something that only you can do. Mark breaks down a business model for a…
 
Every fitness business owner wants their clients to eat healthy. What better way than selling them healthy prepared meals right? Why doesn’t it work. Why don’t they buy them? And what will get them to buy into them. Jillian Tedesco runs a multi-million dollar prepared healthy food business. She shares her experience why they don’t work and gyms and…
 
You ask any business owner how’s their business and they tell you. Great! But is it really? We discuss the things business owners are afraid to let anyone know and how it’s killing them and their business. Ben Ivey’s dad was a successful business owner or so he thought until he killed himself. This launched Ben on a quest to help avoid other entrep…
 
We want our clients to want their goals as much as we want it for them, but most of the time it seems like they don’t. But that’s just it, They DO! We just have to do a better job at leading them. Scott and Janine have had success in using behavioral science to improve their clients results and level of satisfaction. They share what has been workin…
 
Just and I discuss Covid and the Fitness Industry, but mostly importantly we find out how important it is to reach out to others in your situation. Only another business owner can understand what you are going thru. It’s a conversation that may help save your business and sanity. Key Takeaways from the episode What happens to outdoor training when …
 
I’m a personal trainer, why are we talking about selling? Because if you don’t sell you will not have any clients. But it doesn’t have to be something sketchy if it is done correctly. Ryan McKenzie shares his method of selling that doesn’t even feel like selling because true selling is about helping people and solving a problem for them. If you can…
 
This was fun to get questions straight our listeners. We got a couple of glasses of wine in Thom and fired questions at him and prepared for the firehouse of information. Key Takeaways from the episode How do we get new clients and reconfigure your business to prepare for the current fitness market. What is the future of Team Training? Do you need …
 
There are so many components to operating a profitable business. It can be confusing and frustrating. It can make your business inefficient and cost you money. Don’t you wish you could simplify it? Josh McKinney shares how he did it with his businesses and he is happier because of it. Josh runs two profitable gyms, an online business and a podcast.…
 
Stop being pissed off and focus on how your business can be successful in the current market. The reality is COVID isn’t going anywhere any time soon. This is our normal. You need to evolve you business to thrive now. Thomas shares what he thinks you need to do to survive and thrive. Key Takeaways from the episode Acceptance of the current situatio…
 
When you open a business your weaknesses become your business’s too. If you’re unorganized, always late, unapproachable, etc. If you want your business to thrive you have to improve yourself as an owner. Wayne Hawkins has been a trainer for 20 years and opened his own business a December 2018. He tells us how he has improved as an owner. Key Takeaw…
 
This is not the business you closed. You’ve lost clients, some may never come back. The barriers to get new clients to come in have never been higher than right now. You can’t hit the resume button and expect to get your business back. You have to restructure your business to survive and thrive in this new market. Shannon Weinstein has used her con…
 
She is my General Manager, my right hand. That is what she does. It is not who she is. She is a spark that got lit early by her experience at Disney. It has grown into a flame that she has brought to my business. She tells us why we could all use a little Disney in our businesses. Key Takeaways from the episode Why you need a little Disney in your …
 
Social Media ads are getting more expensive and producing fewer results. It’s time to look to your website for increasing you revenue. CT Kaupp is uniquely qualified to produce a website that does the job you want. Get more people in your door with less friction. He tells you what you need to know of this episode. Key Takeaways from the episode Kno…
 
Are you thinking about opening a second location. What do you need to know? How are you going to run multiple locations? When do you know you're ready for a second location? John and Heather Maio opened their second location 2 years ago and both are successful. They lay out the plan that help them answer the questions above and create two profitabl…
 
Are you working 60+ hours a week just to keep the lights on. Do you have enough saved to pay your taxes? Is your gym losing you money? John Briggs shares what he wrote in his book, Profit First for Micro gyms. How to eliminate expenses, identify profitable areas and help get you to a better place financially. Key Takeaways from the episode Are you …
 
Are you and your clients sick of hearing about COVID. Wouldn’t you just like to workout, sweat, talk to people , have fun and forget about COVID for a little bit? According to Rick Mayo, who has been open for two weeks in Atlanta, that’s exactly what they want. And that’s just one of the paradigm shifts he’s made since reopening. We discuss them al…
 
When we reopen it will be the least amount of competition any of us may ever see. Are you ready to capitalize on that opportunity? Chris Warens shares his approach to leadership, team building and customer service to take care of his business and get it ready to grow when he reopens. Key Takeaways from the episode The impact of leadership on your b…
 
We’re in it now what? What comes next, will my clients come back, what do I need to change about the way I deliver service, how has the market and my clients changed? So many questions. Thomas Plummer takes his 40 plus years in the fitness industry and shares what he thinks you should be doing to come out of this stronger than before. He lays out h…
 
The fitness owners who are working hard right now to stand out will be the one’s coming out of this stronger. Sean Greeley shares a step by step plan on how to do just that with some good news and some cold water in the face. Key Takeaways from the episode How your business should be operating during COVID-19 crisis Why small independent operators …
 
You’ve transitioned over to virtual and on-line services to keep your current clients. Why can’t you add New Clients? Kate Laird has added 30 New Members during COVID-19 and she shares how she did it. Key Takeaways from the episode How to stratify your On-line memberships How you can add members during COVID-19 The importance and impact of curating…
 
Are you bringing business to your training or acting like a trainer in your business? The top business performers use the same key business principals, regardless of the industry. The most profitable training studios are run by people who think like business people, not by ones who think like trainers. Mike lays out a plan for you to shift your thi…
 
Your mindset, level of discipline and leadership can play a direct role in the success or failure of your business. These are things you need to pay attention to and improve. Justin Tamsett shares 7 Strategies that can help you improve these areas. He’s learned these in his 31 years in the Fitness Industry and he shares them with us on this episode…
 
There are opportunities. You have to see them and ACT on them now. If you do, you may come out of this in better shape than before. Key Takeaways from the episode The importance of Leadership right now. How she successfully transitioned her members to On-Line Customer Experience What do your members need more than Fitness right now? What is Paden’s…
 
Does your software fit your business or are you fitting your business to the software. When was the last time you reevaluated your operating software. We challenge you to overcome the fear of change and take a hard look at your software to see if it is the right fit for your business now and moving forward Dan Uyemura is a software engineer who bec…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login