We now arrive at the last tip in my 10 part series for you.
To recap what we have covered here is a quick summary:
– Business Tip Number 1: More money, less time. Sharing the cost of sessions with other members.
– Business Tip Number 2: Red or Blue? Peak & Off Peak prices to fill your diary.
– Business Tip Number 3: Bootcamps. Personally my Golden Goose for making P.T affordable for all.
– Business Tip Number 4: The Price of Advice. Your time is precious, charge people for it.
– Business Tip Number 5: Free Knowledge. Write a blog, send a tweet, spread your knowledge for free.
– Business Tip Number 6: Limited Space Available. Create a sense of urgency.
– Business Tip Number 7: Down Time. All work and no play make passion go away.
– Business Tip Number 8: Contracts & Direct Debits. Secure and stead cash flow.
– Business Tip Number 9: Simply Does It. Don’t baffle people with long words, there’s no need.
I hope you have been able to get some new ideas from these posts, so now it’s time for my last tip:
Business Tip Number 10: Work Together.
The life of a trainer can be one of solitude, but that does not always make for the best business. Learning to work with other P.T’s that possess skills that you do not will only help improve your annual income.
When you work with another trainer you can:
– Combine ideas
– Create new business strategies
– Reach a wider audience of members
– Improve your overall business
– Learn new training skills
– Increase your knowledge in every aspect of business
Don’t be jealous of more experienced trainers and never belittle those with less experience. Working with a more experienced P.T will make you a better P.T, while working with a less experienced P.T will help reignite your passion.
If you use all of the tips I have given you I can honestly say that you will improve your business, remember this one sentence and you won’t go far wrong – Knowledge is power, but your powerless if you don’t use it.