In this episode, Jen and I talked about how a millionaire thinks compared to an entrepreneur just starting out. She walks us through her journey from working in the theatre industry to becoming a 7-figure CEO. She also explains how she prices her products.
You'll hear us discuss:
- How to come up with the right price for your offer.
- Figuring out where you place in the market.
- The mindset of a successful person.
and so much more!
I am so thrilled Jen joined me for this episode, and I can't wait for you all to hear it.
About Today's Guest
Jen Casey is a 7-Figure CEO, brain-based business coach, and host of the top-rated CEO Psyche podcast.
She is a certified Master Neuro-Linguistic Programming practitioner, Master Hypnotherapist, Master Life Coach, Master Time Techniques Facilitator, Breathwork Facilitator, and Master EFT Practitioner.
When Jen isn’t working, she can be found traveling, snuggling with her niece,...
"We are all leaders, but we can be good or bad."
Truer words, coaches.
In this episode, Tomasha teaches us that to be a good leader is to lead ourselves first and to be very clear about what we desire before trying to mentor others. To run a thriving business is to learn how to be the internal compass of our very own lives and our businesses. I had a blast recording this episode, and I hope you have as much fun listening to it.
Tomasha and I dive into:
- The differences between a CEO and a Leader.
- The three steps to becoming a good leader.
- Control, Comfort and Safety as factors of what people are looking for in a business.
About Today's Guest
Tomasha Suber is a business operations strategist teaching entrepreneurs how to scale sustainably using systems so they can confidently serve as the executive leader and be a driving force of their vision.
She's helped clients and their teams gain clarity on their backend...
Today I talk to human development expert Makhosi, the Royal Shaman. Clients call her the "mystical money mentor" who brings alignment to their businesses and lives. This episode is packed full of high concept ideas that can help us expand our horizons and build our companies in ways we do not typically think about in terms of standard business concepts.
In today's episode, Makhosi and I discuss:
- What a shaman is and how one can help an entrepreneur.
- Bringing the conceptual into the practical, everyday life.
- Intuition, charisma, and magnetism.
...and a lot more.
About Today's Guest
Makhosi Hefisah Nejeser, the Royal Shaman, is an extreme pioneer in the domain of personal development & energetic alignment. Through her groundbreaking modality, The Energetics of Euphoria, Makhosi teaches her clients and Guides to ground themselves in the feeling of bliss, calling in the State of Euphoria on a whim regardless of external...
Price is marketing, coaches. Don't forget it.
In fact, I believe in that statement so much that I have to take a moment and repeat it again when I tell you about that in this brand new marketing episode of PT Profit Podcast. I'm gearing up for another launch, and in addition to my upcoming Simple Selling Series beginning May 17th, I had planned on doing a live one-day business bootcamp. Life, however, has won out on that front, so instead of stress out about making that happen, I have decided to bring you the contents of that bootcamp as a few podcasts.
First up is this episode all about pricing. Assigning a value to your products can be stressful, so I wanted to take a moment and chat with you all 1-on-1 to unpack it all. Instead of worrying that the price you choose might exclude some people, let me walk you through how pricing is actually all about the endless possibilities to get you the life you deserve.
In today's episode, you'll hear me dive into:
- What you should...
"Every person that comes into Rhapsody, whether they're a member or not ... I think I can say, hands down, they would say, 'Man, they are probably the most welcoming community that I've been a part of.' And that's purposeful."
In today's episode of the PT Profit Podcast, I had the privilege of speaking with Alan Shaw of Rhapsody Fitness in Charleston, SC. We talk all about the pure humanity of fitness and the sense of belonging that can be fostered. Given a lot of what's been going on in the world over the past year, it was so fantastic to talk to Alan about an organization that fully embraces that and strives to better their community.
We get into sales. We get into training. We discuss staffing, clients, and what it would take for Rhapsody to expand. And we talk about attitude, outreach and truly seeing each other and supporting each other as human beings.
You'll hear Alan and I discuss:
- How important authenticity is from the front desk to coaching to...
Coaches, how well do you actually know yourself?
Knowing yourself is essential for you to become successful as a fitness business entrepreneur. We have to find ourselves from within and address the things that hold us back or stop us from stepping up to the next level.
Today I invited my good friend, Tony Award-winning Broadway producer Nick Demos, to come chat with PT Profit Podcast about spirituality, meditation, yoga, and the study of self.
In this episode, Nick shares his experience of how he went from actor/dancer to having simultaneous careers as a Broadway producer and yoga instructor…and then “blew it all up” after a moment of clarity – despite being at what some would consider a career high. Nick dove deep into his yoga practices – focusing more on the spiritual “science of self realization” aspects than he had before – and rediscovered his business with the help of yoga and meditation.
Nick and I talk...
Welcome back to another episode of PT Profit Podcast, Coaches! Today we are discussing what it takes to create an effective program for your clients.
In this episode, Strength Faction's Todd Bumgardner will share his experience in making a program. Where do you start? How do you program for a variety of skill levels? How do you take care of yourself and keep from burning out as your business gains success?
In this episode, you'll hear Todd and I discuss...
- How to create effective programs for both new and seasoned clients.
- How to create buy-in for clients.
- Both the main components and marketing for programming.
...and more! Do not miss this wide-ranging interview that covers both training and marketing.
About Today's Guest
Todd Bumgardner is a co-founder and CEO of Strength Faction, a mentorship program for fitness professionals that is dedicated to helping coaches and trainers create their own path in the fitness industry. He is also the co-owner and Director of Staff...
It is officially 2021. Happy New Year. It's my favorite time of year because if you're anything like me, you might be sitting down to set your goals for business and maybe even health.
But here's the problem, traditional goal setting doesn't work which is exactly why this episode is for you. We will be going through why most people fail on achieving goals, and we will also discuss the steps on how to achieve it.
In this episode, you'll learn/you'll discover:
1. Why goal setting doesn't work and what does.
2. Differences between grace and discipline.
3. You're probably much closer to your goals than you realize – find out why.
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On today’s episode, I was delighted to talk to Michael Keeler about what it takes to build a successful community for a brick and mortar business, from both an employee and client standpoint and how that has been critical for business in the time of Covid. Michael’s unique approach combines his hands-on experience as a business founder and CEO with expert coaching and consulting skills to help entrepreneurs reach their goals faster and with less stress. Mark Fisher Fitness has been featured in Forbes, the New York Times, The Huffington Post, and The Wall Street Journal, for making waves in the fitness industry for its unprecedented growth, industry-leading results, and unique approach to culture.
You'll hear us discuss:
In this episode from our “Best Of” Series, we take a deeper dive into Episode 5 discussing several techniques to work through Imposter Syndrome so that you can stop sabotaging yourself and start growing a thriving fitness business either in person or online. I add additional commentary using recent examples with my own business and experiences of Imposter Syndrome to really hit home the fact that it happens to all of us; it can occur no matter how successful you are, and it’s okay as long as you push through it. I help show you how.
In this episode, you’ll hear: