Launching a product can be stressful.
We put hours upon hours of work into each new training, series, and program. When it comes time for launch week, waiting to see if the product soars or sinks can be a nerve-wracking experience.
Sure, there are lessons to be learned no matter what happens, but coaches, what if you could confidently turn those successful limited time offers into open enrollment systems that consistently bring in $3,000 or $5,000 or $20,000?
Today I have Rose Radford joining me today to talk all about implementing evergreen systems using your high ticket programs because each time we close our program down and follow the Open Cart model, we are potentially losing money. Rose and I dive deep into the contact sport that sales can be and unpack how making your services evergreen will be not only attractive to potential clients but also make things easier on yourself.
Rose talks with me all about:
- What a customer journey is like for her...
It is undeniable that our personal journeys are constantly being influenced by experiences dating all the way back to our childhood, and they are constantly being refocused and redirected by what we experience as adults.
Such is the case with Justin Janoska, who I am thrilled to introduce you to on today's new episode of the PT Profit Podcast if you are not already familiar with his work.
If you're a return listener, then you know I love unpacking the invisible components of business, training, care, and health & wellness, and Justin and I dive deep into both big T and little T traumas today. Justin talks me through his work with his company, the Autoimmune Revolution, and how such trauma can translate into autoimmune disorders. Justin unpacks the various ways exposure plays a part in shaping our proclivity to these conditions in modern day and how that exposure starts while we are still in the womb.
This is a deep episode that really peels back how outside influence...
If you're listening to this podcast, then you probably already understand that coaching is a diverse and meaningful field whose impact is constantly underestimated. The transformation provided by fitness coaches might often be the initial focus, but the personal benefits of that transformation that crop up in other areas of your clients' lives are plentiful.
Coaches, it is vital to recognize the support you give your clients not just in their fitness trajectory but also how they take those lessons into their real life.
How many of you go through leading a workout, training, or appointment and end up realizing, "Oh, wow, we talked about a lot!" during the session?
Today I have Lindsey Heiserman with me here to talk me through her fitness journey, what led her into counseling, and how that has translated into coaching. Lindsey is not only a Certified Personal Trainer (CPT-NASM) but also holds a Master's in Psychotherapy, and we take a deep dive into the nuances that the personal...
Coaches, I know it's Fitness Thursday, but let's mix things up a bit.
I'm coming at you again with another Marketing ep today because it's launch week, and I am so pumped heading into '22 that I wanted to recap the good, the bad, and the ugly of '21 today.
Chances are, if you're listening to this podcast, you are a well-educated and fiercely driven trainer or clinician who strives to build your personal business and client list. My goal is to help my clients and my listeners not make my missteps and help you all overcome my obstacles before you even have to face them yourself.
Today I'm encouraging you to take a moment, reflect on the past year, and recalibrate so that you can make 2022 your business's breakthrough year.
Today I dive into:
- The importance of being present.
- Persevering through fear and discomfort to push your business to the next level.
- Being enough.
PT Profit Formula closes its doors today. Are you in yet? Visit www.ptprofitformula.com and...
The grind of training and the constant noise of how we "should" be doing things can bog us down as coaches and clinicians. We can lose our way and diverge from the mission we set out on.
Without keeping our authenticity intact, staying on message becomes increasingly difficult, and coaches, our clients are with us for a reason. Staying true to yourself and to them will help you continue to provide the quality service they are seeking.
Thankfully today I have my friend and PT Profit Formula member Semaj Hunter joining me to talk about cutting through all of that to remain authentic. We have a fantastic conversation about remembering who we really are and the importance of treating human beings like humans.
We also discuss why your individuality is worth compensating. As you build your business and market what sets you apart, you should not be afraid to charge for those special s only you can bring your clients.
In addition to fitness, Semaj is a passionate traveller, and we...
Price. Cost. They can be scary words. A wide belief (or fear) among entrepreneurs, especially earlier in their careers, is that the more things cost, the harder it is to tell.
An increase in cost? Forget about it! Why would you want to scare off your existing clients.
No. No, no, no! Let's reset that mindset ASAP, coaches.
Coaches, today I have master of sales Jen Gitomer joining me to unpack all of that and more. Essentially born a saleswoman, Jen talks to me all about the complex relationship between price, value, yourself, and your business. It is so important that the customer believes they will be better off by working with you, and how can they do that if you do not believe in the value of your services to begin with?
I ask Jen to start off at the beginning for new entrepreneurs, and we dive into a way you can build that belief in yourself to appreciate your value and set your price accordingly. Once you decide on the price, Jen walks us through exactly why you should not...
Coaches, it is my pleasure and my privilege to introduce you to the passionate and kind-hearted Mike Guevara. Coach Mike G serves the competitive playing field that is the NBA. During our conversation, he dives into his athletic background and experience moving into the world of professional sports. If I've got any aspiring pro basketball players listening, then this episode is definitely for you because Mike and I discuss the process of being drafted into the NBA.
Coach Mike G exudes qualities that all great personal trainers should have: compassion, kindness, and overall caring nature. During our talk, he talks to me about client-trainer relationships and how things such as trust and compliance need to be earned. It is important to meet your clients where they are at when they are celebrating and in pain.
We also went into early specialization and accessibility. We all know that not every one has access to high-level sports clubs and teams growing up. Mike and I talk about...
Coaches, today we are back in the first of many brand new PT Profit Podcast episodes. We're continuing to hunt around for the best guests, the best topics, and the newest tips and tricks of the trade with the goal of inspiring and educating. You're not going to want to miss me dive into four lessons to help jumpstart your biz and send it into the stratosphere, making 2022 your breakthrough year.
This coming year, I'm taking big strides and expanding my company, and my business plans were the inspiration for this episode. As I take stock of my past achievements, hurdles and setbacks, I'm bringing you that information because I don't want you to struggle. I want you and your business to take a quantum leap forward.
Today I'm veering away from both the dogmatic and bro marketing extremes and diving into four tangible actions that you can take.
In today's episode, you'll hear me:
- Unpack goal setting and how to gauge the reality of your goal.
- Address the...
Today we have the brilliant Richelle "Ricki" Stevenson, founder of the Barre and Beyond, joining us! Ricki and her research team are looking at injury prevention and how we define "injury." Their goal is to ultimately bridge the gap between artistic leadership, dancers, and medical providers.
Ricki shares with us:
- The importance of symbiotic cross-training.
- Ways to navigate the nuanced conversation of pain vs discomfort.
- How readily available medical access is changing the overall trajectory and longevity of dance careers.
...and so much more! Richelle
If you are a dancer, dance medical provider, or otherwise work with dancers, email Ricki to see how you might be able to help her and her research team. You can find her contact info at her social media pages and Linktree in the section below.
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About Today's Guest
Richelle "Ricki" Stevenson is a licensed...