T Harv Eker said “a lack of money is never the problem.” As I sat in the Millionaire Mind Intensive Masterclass, I shook my head in disbelief at how clichéd this sounded. “WTF?” I thought. What I came to learn later, though, was how true this was. At the time, I wasn’t ready to accept this piece of wisdom. It didn’t make any sense to me. In this post, I’m going to share things with you that might seem unbelievable at first. To help you avoid the same mistakes as I kept making in the…
“I wish I looked like you” is the common phrase we hear. People who aspire to be fit and healthy look to us, see our bodies, and are convinced that we know the way. What they often don’t realise is that we struggle to get our shit together most of the time. And we’re so hell bent on keeping up appearances and making money that we don’t correct them. After all, in today’s fitness industry climate, it would be financially unviable to show vulnerability.
Have you now (or ever) felt angry, frustrated, limited, discouraged, ashamed, disappointed or anxious? The feelings that drain confidence. If so, I can relate. http://thefitmancollective.com/6-ways-i-developed-confidence-and-turned-my-life-around/
It’s cutthroat competition out there. An army of trainers are out there trying to rope in the same pool of potential clients. To attract these kind of clients, you need to differentiate yourself from the pack. There are lots of ways to do this. One of the most effective ways is, I’ve found, to write your own book.
They say love sets you free. If so, why do so many Personal Trainers get in their own way? Notoriously, we create “blocks” which limit our ability to have a deep, meaningful relationships. To continue to reading, please visit the blog link below.