Raising prices is scary for many personal trainers. The fear is clients might get angry and quit. Don’t be scared. Think through it and handle the change appropriately to be successful. Here’s how…
New years resolutions are all the buzz right now. How to. How not to. Is anyone else feeling the pressure? How about instead of resolutions that last an ENTIRE YEAR, we work on setting intentions that last a month, a week or even just a day!
My approach this year is simple. Partially because I'm a new mama that views a hot shower as a luxury vacation and also because of a book I recently read...
Are any of your clients leaving town for a summer vacation? This is the time of the year when people go adventuring around the world or maybe even in their own backyards! Wherever the vacation (or staycation) may be, you may notice clients cutting back on sessions because they’re spending so much time having fun in the sun. Here are a few tips to make the scheduling gaps feel smaller by using the season to your advantage.
There is no shortage of websites and social media gurus claiming to have the latest and greatest ways to market yourself and your health and fitness business to prospective customers. While many of these approaches can work well for some, they’re not for everyone, especially those who don’t want to spend a considerable amount of time online.
Most people I work with avoid this word and task like the plague. It doesn't have to be that way.
In this video I will:
*Tell you what the word is and how to overcome the anxiety it produces.
*Give you TWO alternative words to use that feel and sound better.
*Share THREE strategies to enhance your business.
Do you ever lose track of time while on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter? It happens to many of us. It’s easy to get caught up reading stories and looking at photos. It’s enjoyable. But, sometimes it causes stress too.
Follow these tips to make your time spent on social media worth your while…
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I was sitting on a stool eating my lunch and looked down at Koda. I'd never seen that look on her face before... On the stool next to me was a grey cat. My heart rate went up. I didn't know what she might do. I asked her to "leave it". She was laser focused. I decided to pet the kitty to show he was a friend. That was the wrong choice. She let out a snarl, maybe she was trying to protect me from this beast? You've got to act quick when disciplining a dog, they have a short memory. I told her "NO!". Everything was harmonious after that.
I took a deep sigh of relief and reminded myself that this is why I love traveling and working on the road.