FBBC World Conference Wisdom for Those Starting a Boot Camp

This year’s Fit Body Boot Camp World Conference was no surprise; it was dynamic, packed with practical information, exciting, motivating and inspiring.

If you weren’t able to make it to the Fit Body Boot Camp World Conference, I want to share with you some of the things that you would have taken away from the conference and used to go back to your fitness boot camps pumped, informed and focused. If you’re just starting a boot camp, these points should be printed out and taped somewhere that you can see them regularly.

Find a mentor or coach or more successful friend and then ask and learn.

Screen Shot 2014-08-18 at 7.34.30 PMDon’t try to figure everything out on your own, especially if you’re just starting a boot camp. Successful people, especially Fit Body Boot Camp top earners, are happy to share what they know with people who are willing to listen.

Whether you need to learn how to become a fitness marketing powerhouse or how to find, hire and train your staff, ask questions and then listen to what people who have already mastered these things have to teach you. You’ll save years of trouble and financial struggle just by taking advantage of other people’s experience.

Do at least one thing every day to move yourself closer to your goals.

Every day that you stand still is a day wasted. Don’t tell yourself that you’ll work on making the most of the three best sales funnels at some point. Work on one of them today. Don’t tell yourself that you’ll come up with a fitness info product once you’re making more money. Start brainstorming ideas this week. Don’t decide that you’ll give those windshield flyers another week to pay off, try another strategy right now. Have a list of goals and then list out some steps to reach those goals, then do at least one of those things every single day.

Let your systems run your business or your business will run you.

Screen Shot 2014-10-18 at 10.19.28 PMThere are two main reasons that Fit Body Boot Camp franchises come with done-for-you marketing and operations systems. #1 – They’ve been proven to work already, so they’re a no-brainer. #2 – The less time boot camp owners spend running the business, the more time they’ll have to build it.

These reasons are especially important for people who are just starting a boot camp. Don’t waste a year reinventing the wheel on everything about marketing and operating your boot camp. That’s thousands of hours you could have invested in getting and keeping more clients.

Here’s an analogy for you; if someone gave you a brand new car and told you that the best engineers had designed the engine and the transmission to work beautifully for years to come, would you immediately take the engine and transmission out and start building your own? Of course not. So don’t do it with your boot camp, either.

Next year, do what you have to do to clear your schedule for a couple of days and make it to the FBBC World Conference. Until then, follow these principles from the people who left this year’s conference prepared to make well over six figures this year.

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