Archive for February, 2013

Ian Hart’s Testimonial

Ian Hart’s Testimonial

Posted on 18. Feb, 2013 by .

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Hey, what’s going on? It’s Ian Hart here with EarthFIT Training Back Pain Relief for Life. And I just want to say that the Weekend With Sam event was a killer. Tons of amazing content, tons of nuggets that I can take home from everything, from financial to marketing, to just being a better you. So, thank you Sam. I appreciate it. This weekend was amazing and it’s definitely going to help my business improve. So if you’re thinking about coming, I would definitely recommend come to the Weekend With Sam and it’s going to help your business and it’s going to help you individually. So come check it out.

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Benjamin Ballinger’s Testimonial

Benjamin Ballinger’s Testimonial

Posted on 16. Feb, 2013 by .

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What’s up guys? My name is Ben Ballinger, owner of Training Ground OC out of Costa Mesa, California. And I just attended Sam’s second Weekend with Sam event and it was absolutely awesome. The presentations this year were great. And one thing is that the mindset is a lot different in a lot of the stuff that’s been talked about kind of impasse in all these types of events. So I learned a lot. Got a good mindset switch and I’m ready to go back and implement a lot of stuff and make 2013 best year ever.

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Mike’s Testimonial

Mike’s Testimonial

Posted on 15. Feb, 2013 by .

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This is Mike from Lincoln, Nebraska. And this is my first Weekend With Sam event. I got to say, what a great way to start the 2013 year. Thanks Sam for putting this on. It’s been an amazing weekend, a phenomenal lineup of speakers, the top in the industry. And everybody is here just to help people out. It’s no BS, no pitches, no sales pitches at all. And everybody is just here to help each other and that’s what it’s all about. So Sam, it’s an amazing time. Thanks for putting this on and looking forward to the next one.

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Your Core Values and Turning Clients into RAVING FANS

Your Core Values and Turning Clients into RAVING FANS

Posted on 14. Feb, 2013 by .

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We’ve just wrapped up an awesome two-days at the KBL mastermind. My brain is brimming with notes and ideas that I’ll be implementing as soon as I get back to Cyprus next week. I’ve summed up some of the best notes I took from the last couple of days so that you can use them to help your business. Your Core Values & Turning Clients into RAVING FANS Every month, sit down and revise your core values, your vision of where you want to take the business and why, your customer avatar, and what you can do to make your clients into raving fans. Lay out your standards and culture before they sign up, so that they know what to expect. Tell them with confidence that you expect them to follow you on Facebook and put comments up after each workout. Pair each new client up with an Accountability Partner – one of your bootcamp veterans. Always have your group give a well done and applause to a new client after their first workout Always give a new client a check-up call the day after their first workout to see how they are and if there’s anything else you can […]

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The Future of Marketing in 2013 and Beyond

The Future of Marketing in 2013 and Beyond

Posted on 13. Feb, 2013 by .

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We’ve just wrapped up an awesome two-days at the KBL mastermind. My brain is brimming with notes and ideas that I’ll be implementing as soon as I get back to Cyprus next week. I’ve summed up some of the best notes I took from the last couple of days so that you can use them to help your business. Gaining Referrals Referrals should be your largest lead source because you have the most control over it. Instead of copying everyone else who offers the usual “refer a friend for half off”, think about NOT offering a material incentive. This may sound strange, but in reality your clients should want to talk about you and refer people to you because they CAN’T HELP BUT TALK ABOUT YOU – NOT because of an ethical bribe. Your goal is to give as much “WOW” factor that your clients can’t help but bring referrals organically. Reward them with a simple, but heartfelt ‘thank you’, and even some surprise gifts such as a $10 Starbucks card or cinema tickets (not only are these gifts way cheaper than giving a month of training away, but they will be worth more to the client because more thought […]

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