Archive for June, 2012

Your Clients – Satisfied and Dissatisfied

Your Clients – Satisfied and Dissatisfied

Posted on 11. Jun, 2012 by .

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Hey it’s your main man 7-figure Sam here, This past weekend I flew to Connecticut for the Elite Training Workshop. My boys Pat Rigsby and Nick Berry put on an incredible event. This event was hosted at Tyler “Naturally Hardcore” English’s new state of the art facility. Tyler’s gym is RIDICULOUS….. (Tyler promised to do a blog post for you Super Trainers very soon) OK, Before I tell you a story about customer service I want to share something with you. Consider this: And finally, The number one reason why customers switch companies is that they don’t feel appreciated. Enough about the fact now let me tell you my little story ;) While attending the Elite Training Workshop I found this boutique grocery store/sandwich shop called “The Meat House”. They had the best steak sandwich that I have ever  eaten. So I told everyone about it the next day and we called to order 15 or so sandwiches. Except this time….when the order was called in, the sandwich artist taking the order immediately handed the phone off when she heard it was a large order. The second sandwich artist that came to the phone could not get the telephone to […]

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Goals, Money and Mistakes

Goals, Money and Mistakes

Posted on 11. Jun, 2012 by .

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I think you ‘Goal Set’ incorrectly. I think the process of goal setting is taught incorrectly. I think you make mistakes about what your primary versus secondary goals truly are. I don’t say any of that to sound superior or in any way authoritative; just something I’ve noticed as a powerful change in my life and my success. Almost every Fitness Professional I have ever known has entered this industry either out of sheer passion for exercise or due to an overwhelming desire to help people. And yet, almost entirely across the board, we become obsessively interested in making as much money as we possibly can. There is absolutely no shame in that whatsoever; money is not a bad thing.  Wanting money is not a bad thing. But many Fit Pros I know are also terribly broke and desperate to become wealthy (or at least financially self-sustaining). So this video tutorial is a lesson that has made all the difference in my life; and my ability to become profitable. I believe your goals are valid… I just think you may be pursuing them in the wrong way: [spoiler] OK, guys. So we’re going to talk about money as a – […]

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The No BS Fitness Networking Strategy

The No BS Fitness Networking Strategy

Posted on 10. Jun, 2012 by .

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Erik Rokeach: Hey, I’m Erik Rokeach and I’m here with the funny man himself, Mr. Steve Krebs. Steve and I have been talking a little bit and I know one of the things that he is absolutely awesome at is networking. I mean we’re here talking, chatting. Everybody knows who he is. It’s one of the big things that he just crushes on to help keep clients and bring them to the door and make them happy and deliver results. So Steve, what I want you to do before we dive into some of the cool things that you’re doing for networking, I want you to just kind of give me a real quick brief background of who you are, what you’re doing and how business is going.

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Brand Continuity

Brand Continuity

Posted on 09. Jun, 2012 by .

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Hey Super-Trainer. This is JSE with another video training lesson for you. I hope you are having a spectacular day. Check this out. This is what this lesson is all about. It’s about personal branding and brand identity and continuity. So is this shameless self-promotion? Yes, of course and they want you to do exactly the same thing and so that’s what this lesson is about.

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Blueprint to a Billion

Blueprint to a Billion

Posted on 08. Jun, 2012 by .

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The real value of this book is not the interesting stories, thorough analysis, and great suggestions.  The real value lies in what we do with what we learn.  Marshall Goldsmith is a world-renowned executive and coach, top 50 great thinkers and business leader in the past 50 years.  Execution of the 7 essentials will enable your company to achieve exponential growth.  The odds are one in 50 that an idea becomes a business, one in 20 that a funded business sees an initial public offering (IPO) and, finally, one in 20 that a public company achieves $1 billion in revenue.  Every company can invest, even overinvest, to grow.  However, not every company can create revenue growth. This book identifies the common essentials exhibited across Blueprint Companies in all industries; it is not about the lessons learned from one or even a few successful companies within one industry.  Here we want to discover the roadmap to $1 billion revenue, not $1 billion market value.  Information Technology accounted for only 18 percent of the Blueprint Companies as shown in (Fig 1.5 Pg9).  The Essentials Triangle (Fig. 1.8 Pg. 12):  Create and Sustain a Breakthrough Value Proposition-Exploit a High Growth Market Segment-Marquee Customers […]

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