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Need help with your fitness business? Join veteran online coaches Dan Smith and Tom Blackman who have been coaching clients for over 20 years between them as they discuss how to grow your fitness business. Both Dan and Tom are mentors to other coaches and they discuss real methods that work in practice for their clients and that have worked in their own businesses.
Don't give yourself a headache you don't need Creating a website can be a huge waste of time and money. Plus, the majority of fitness coaches don’t need it when they are starting out. In this video we will show you why you don’t need a website to start making money online. But when you do need one, what you can do with it to grow your business. The post DAT.23 Should you have a website for your online coaching business? appeared first on BUILD | Business Mentoring.
Improving Client Retention in Your Fitness Business: Fix the Leaking Bucket Keep clients engaged and motivated so they continue to improve. Plug the holes which allow them to stall and lose momentum. Add variation and new challenges to keep them focussed. Getting new clients is a lot harder than retaining existing ones. Yet it’s always the new clients that coaches are focussing their efforts on. As a result, clients become demotivated, bored and disengaged.In this podcast we discuss ways to prevent that happening. Help clients continue to improve and find new motivation.The main points we cover include: Keep Workouts Exciting: Keep your clients engaged by offering a variety of workouts and exercises. Ditch the repetitive PPL 5×5, optimised stack. Make workouts interesting and enjoyable, name them, block them, add new combinations. You’ll help them stay motivated because no week is the same. Create Personalised Road Maps or Plans: Develop tailored plans for each client based on their individual needs and goals. Map out a clear path to progress and set achievable milestones along the way. Provide personalised guidance. Show them the path and then help them navigate the terrain. Foster Client Involvement: Encourage your clients to take an active role in their fitness journey. Ask them to provide input and take part in decisions about their workouts and nutrition. Involve them in the process. Increase their investment in their own progress. Build a stronger sense of accountability. Maintain Regular Communication: Stay connected with your clients through regular check-ins. Use Whatsapp, Slack, Messenger, online forms and group meetings. Provide ongoing support, answer their questions, and offer guidance whenever needed. Having a regular conversation builds rapport and shows you care about their success. Celebrate Fitness Milestones: People love seeing their hard work recognised. They also love to have their achievements shouted about. Sharing their success on your social media and in your client groups is a big win for them and you. Never Run Out Of Content Download your free content generator tool now Get The Content Factory The post 24. Keeping Your Clients For Longer appeared first on BUILD | Business Mentoring.
Dealing with imposter syndrome and self doubt It’s a real worry whenever you launch a new program.What if no one buys?What if no one gets results?In this video we discuss how to deal with the self doubt and imposter syndrome to make sure your program is a success. The post 25. What If No One Buys Your Coaching? appeared first on BUILD | Business Mentoring.
People will only buy when they know, like and trust you Focussing on short form content could be slowing down your client acquisition and negatively affecting your sales. In this podcast we discuss the relevance of the 7-11-4 principle and how to use it to grow your fitness business. Why you need to have a long content strategyHow to build trust faster with emailWhy being prolific is better than being perfect The post 26. 7 Hours 11 Interactions 4 Locations appeared first on BUILD | Business Mentoring.
Need more clients in the next 7-10 days? Do these things What we would do if we needed to get more clients fast. Which sounds kind of silly as wouldn’t we always want more clients? So wouldn’t we do these all the time? These are techniques which we apply to our coaching periodically and repeatedly. The problem is that many coaches neglect these easy wins to grow their business. The post 27. How to get more clients in a week appeared first on BUILD | Business Mentoring.
Creating short form videos that attract your ideal customers What are the best practices for Reels at the moment for online fitness coaches? Dan and Tom share what they are currently doing and what’s working for them and their clients. We cover:Scripting content for clearer messagingWays to create different types of Reels, Shorts and TikToks for Fitness ProfessionalsHooks, Intrigue, Value and Calls to ActionTrending soundsCaptionsStaying consistent The post 28. Reel Talk – Instagram Reel Strategies appeared first on BUILD | Business Mentoring.
Process procrastination Gurus seem to have a process for everything. Morning routinesLunch routinesIce bath routinesProductivity Hacks Is all that really necessary? Is overthinking and over engineering basic daily routines harming your business? In this podcast you’ll learn what processes we follow in our business and personal lives. We’ll also discuss some of the common mistakes that coaches make that slow them down rather than make them more productive The post 29. Is trying to have a process for everything slowing you down appeared first on BUILD | Business Mentoring.
A client holiday shouldn't mean a drop in income for you A big problem for fitness coaches – keeping clients when they will be away for a bit and want to cancel. Are your clients going on a holiday or just enjoying the time off work? Either way they may decide that they don’t need you for a bit. Bad Times. If you’re an online coach then clients may feel they don’t need to pay when they aren’t at home and may ask to take a break and ‘pick it up after they get back’. You know they won’t and even worse will probably undo all the good work they’ve done. How can you as a coach, both help them to enjoy holidays but also not wreck their bodies from over doing it? In this episode we discuss: How to keep clients following their plans on their holidays.The importance of growing a community so the discussion continues away from home.Making workout plans that can change easily, and how to work with your clients when they go on trips.Ideas on how to adjust your business model to be less reliant on selling ‘workouts’ and more on the long term goal The post 30. Stop Clients Cancelling For Holidays appeared first on BUILD | Business Mentoring.
Things Online Fitness Coaches Do To Repel Clients That They Don't Even Know They Are Doing You want to get more online fitness clients? But you’re not getting many leads for your coaching? Maybe you’re doing something that’s pushing them away. In this podcast, we discuss the common mistakes coaches make that repel clients, often not intentionally. We’ll provide you with practical solutions to turn things around and attract more fitness clients into your business. The post 31. How You Put People Off Working With You appeared first on BUILD | Business Mentoring.
discounts run the risk of devaluing your coaching When should you offer discounts for your coaching? Should you ever offer discounts? Discounts run the risk of devaluing your coaching price. Just like the DFS sale is always on, if you’re always offering discounts your price to value plummets. So how can you create an offer that’s priced to sell, without pricing yourself out of the online coaching market? In this podcast we discuss different ways of pricing your coaching without devaluing the benefit in your customer’s eyes The post 32. Does a Discount Mean Devaluing Your Coaching? appeared first on BUILD | Business Mentoring.
Former NFL journalist David Bradford and former Daily Beacon fantasy football analyst Daniel Scrugham break down the NFL landscape from their unique perspectives. David provides informed analysis from his journalistic experience, while Daniel combines analytics, fantasy football, and Vegas betting trends to provide a clear picture of today's NFL.
Hi my name is Aaron. For some reason I just cannot shut up and crave the need to host a podcast. My goal is to perfect my skills of not only hosting but editing and social media management. This also serves me as a diary and outlet for me to complain about my day to day.
This podcast is about different, everyday guys issues. The conversation is meant to make you laugh. But also make you think and ponder. It can be street and at the same time intellectual. Ok, who am I kidding, it’s going to be more street.
CRIMINAL MINDED MEDIA IS FOCUSED ON CREATING AND DEVELOPING, ORIGINAL “ACCESS-DRIVEN” CONTENT. Our mission is to entertain, enlighten and inform our listeners, with stories that we alone have access to, due to our sources — think ‘Deep Throat’/Watergate scandal. We are a media network that feature stories, voices and opinions that are all to be found in our current slate of productions ranging from True Crime, to Sports, to Politics, and everything else in between, that is important for you to know, feel, and ponder. Let’s face it, we’re making the world a better place…
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Dig deep into the lyrics of classic rock songs and the storytellers that created them in "Behind The Song," a podcast by The Drive's Janda Lane. Hear what was happening behind the scenes while some of the most iconic songs in rock history were being written.
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A podcast for conversations about Ohio's corn and wheat industries, and the work the checkoffs and growers association are doing on behalf of Ohio's growers.
A-ból B-be sokféleképpen lehet eljutni a városban. Megoldások, technológiák, trendek, fejlesztések, szabályozások, háttér. Közlekedési, mikromobilitási magazin, amely a városi közlekedés jelenével és jövőjével foglalkozik. Bodnár Csabával és Khell Bogdánnal.
From Skadden, The Standard Formula is a Solvency Two podcast for UK and European insurance professionals. Join us as Skadden Partner Robert Chaplin leads conversations with industry practitioners and explores Solvency Two developments that matter to you. If you’re enjoying The Standard Formula, be sure to subscribe in your favorite podcast app so you don’t miss any future episodes. Additional information about Skadden can be found at Skadden.com. The Standard Formula is a podcast by Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, and Affiliates. Skadden is recognized for its deep experience in representing insurance and reinsurance companies and their advisers on a wide variety of transactional and regulatory matters. This podcast is provided for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended and should not be construed as legal advice. This podcast is considered advertising under applicable state laws.
This is your place to hear the voice behind the pages of your favorite books. Here you’ll get a feel for the person who spent hours, weeks, months, and even years to fill the pages and build a world where you can not only use yourself but possibly find yourself as well. Our gift is a glance at the human side of writing; perhaps a morsel from the author’s childhood, insight on the character to which they are most attached, or a little on the passion that fueled the topics in the book. It’s your chance to get to know some of your favorite writers in a new light. We’ll give you a quick glimpse into their latest work and pique your interest in your next read, but we’ll also let you get to know a little about the authors themselves. As you’ll see in our episodes, we end up in some great conversations, whether they are about the historical significance of a topic, a laugh around chasing cows in the mud, or a few moments musing on travel and the best parts about visiting France. It is our goal to connect you with authors from varying genres and styles of writing and to keep in concert with our title by keeping them “Express” so you can easily work them into your weekly routine. Hosted by Shawna Rodrigues, Podcast Mentor, Owner of Authentic Connections Podcast Network, Host of The Grit Show www.thegritshow.com, and Internationally Best-Selling Author. Co-hosted by Kathleen Basi, musical composer and songwriter, feature writer, essayist, nonfiction author, and of course, storyteller.
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Ashley and Sammi have been best friends for over 20 years, and Disney fans for even longer. Their love of all things Disney, from the parks, to movies, to books and more, is one of the biggest reasons they are still close to this day. Come hang out with them as they talk about all of their favorite magical things! You just might find yourself sprinkled with your own pixie dust by the end of each show!
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