Archive for September, 2011

$1.5 Billion for Shoes?

$1.5 Billion for Shoes?

Posted on 17. Sep, 2011 by .

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You heard me right, Amazon paid $1.5 billion for Zappos. That was no accident, actually Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, said he felt he got a great deal. The question is why? What was he paying for? The answer was “WOW”   Hey Armando Cruz here for Super-Trainer.com and I am going to give the 10 core values that turned Zappos into a 1.5 billion dollar company and how you can apply these rules to create a tribe of happy, responsive, and committed employees that consistently creates a WOW experience for your clients.   Zappos 10 Core Values To Implement In Your Company Daily   As Tony Hsieh say, “Make WOW and everyday verb used in you vocabulary and in each client interaction.” How can you deliver a WOW in your service?   I think this speaks for itself. “If you are not moving forward your moving backwards.” So learn and embrace change to propel you biz forward.   How can you make your place weird and wacky? People, meaning employees and clients want to have fun. Don’t take yourself so serious.   Zappos is a risk-taking organization where making mistakes is encouraged.  “Only those who dare to fail greatly […]

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Focus on Service – Boot Camp Is The Product

Focus on Service – Boot Camp Is The Product

Posted on 16. Sep, 2011 by .

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I wish that I can sit here and just tell you that my success is all because of me. It’s NOT. Don’t get me wrong, when it comes to business, I am laser focused, relentless and always in pursue of excellence. Even with all these attributes I would never be where I am if I didn’t surround myself with good, genuine people. You can only go and do so much by yourself. Working, partnering and surrounding yourself with like minded individuals is the KEY to personal and business growth. This week My Boot Camp Partner Alejandra “The Boss Lady” Font talks about the most important aspect of your boot camp. [youtube njSwOeydoYE]   Alejandra “Boss Lady” Font www.TheCampBootCamp.com

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3 Tips for Ultimate Bootcamp Success

3 Tips for Ultimate Bootcamp Success

Posted on 15. Sep, 2011 by .

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Erick here, and I am currently launching my first bootcamp. I was a little nervous about opening up my own bootcamp but fortunately, Sam was able to guide me though the process. I thought this would be a good opportunity to review what I have learned thus far in my journey to Bootcamp Success. Network with experts that can assist you throughout the process. If you have been in the industry long, I am sure you know a few people who can be of assistance. Some experts you will want to consult with are a Business Coach (Sam), and a Real Estate Broker. Sam has helped me tremendously in forecasting, negotiating and managing the business. Having expert advice will make your feel more at easy and allow you to focus on providing quality service. An experienced Real Estate Broker can help you locate facility opportunities that you would have over looked and help negotiate agreements to get you moved in. Even with expert advice I would still recommend reading agreements and asking questions. We are all human and we can over look details that can have serious conciseness in the future. Learn as much as you can from these experts. […]

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11 Tips To Grow Your Fitness Business

11 Tips To Grow Your Fitness Business

Posted on 14. Sep, 2011 by .

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There are plenty of things you can do to improve your business and you’re getting a steady diet of them here at Super Trainer.  Here are 11 more to add to your toolbox of business building tactics:   1. Be Great At What You Do – If you’re a crappy trainer or coach – all the marketing advice in the world won’t make up for it.  Think about seeing a great ad for a restaurant.  It might get up in the door for one meal, but if your meal was bad, would any amount of advertising ever get you back?   2. Networking – There is nothing better than face to face marketing.  There is no postcard, e-mail or newspaper ad that can compare to talking to someone in person. Make a point of meeting several new people each day and adding them to your personal network. Get out from behind the computer and attend networking events and put yourself in more settings with people outside of your inner circle.   3. Hustle – Nothing gets done without hustle. I coach a LOT of different fitness entrepreneurs and each of them have different approaches to marketing, selling and business building, […]

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Dynamic Sales Video

Dynamic Sales Video

Posted on 13. Sep, 2011 by .

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In this video my man Michael “engineer” Duivis talks about how to deal with daily deal sites and “Dynamic Sales Video”. Michael is KILLING it with his boot camp in Norwalk California.

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