how to get more personal training clients – Becoming the Expert Seminar

After speaking with thousands of trainers around the world, it became clear that there are amazing and talented trainers everywhere with so much to offer, but no platform for which to offer it.

So these unfortunately trainers continue to struggle to get clients in their neighborhood gyms. Does waking up at 5am day after day and, after scrambling the same eggs in a pan and putting on the same pot of coffee, and dragging yourself to the gym sound familiar?

We have the best job in the world. But no job is fun if you have to work 10 hours a day to make ends meet. You study hard and get your clients amazing results, but that’s not enough.

Getting new clients is a constant struggle and it’s frustrating. Even when you do get enough clients and are training full time, most trainers find themseves wanting more — to train more people, make more money, have more control, and more of all — to have more freedom to travel, workout, or spend more time with their families.

People want to feel like they are getting the best service, the best price, the best sale, and most of all – the best trainer. People like to show off and if they believe you are the best trainer — they will want to tell everybody about you and referrals become turn-key.

However, it’s considered uncouth for a client to open up conversation talking about an awesome trainer that they want to show off. In order to become known as the best, you need to figure out a way to make it easy for people to speak about you while showing your value.

Becoming the expert starts with crating the perception that you are the utmost expert, the go-to, the best guy (or girl), for the job.

If you already do a great job, it’s time to take the steps to make sure everybody knows about. This seminar will show you how to create the perception that you are the and perception very quickly becomes reality.

The men and women who make millions selling informational products online are almost never the most knowledgeable.

And the fitness experts on TV that sell today’s new miracle weight loss gimmick is definitely not a guru.

The fitness industry was worth $17.6 billion in 2012 and most of it is going to the above 3 groups — not you.

Option #1 – Continue to be frustrated that people with less ethics, smarts, or morals are making more money and reaching more people

Option #2 – Fight fire with fire. Learn how to turn yourself into an expert so that you can reach more people, leverage your time, and make the money you deserve.

Sitting around complaining does nothing. Now’s the time. If you want to make an impact, you must learn the tricks of the trade.

The fit pros at the top are not there because they are better than you. They are there because…

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