3 Quick Off-Line Boot Camp Marketing Strategies

Posted by on January 25, 2011 at 1:41 pm

The “Empty Restaurant” Principal

Posted by on December 15, 2010 at 3:06 pm

The "Empty Restaurant" Principal

Soooo, be sure to avoid the empty restaurant syndrome like the plague.

The “Seeing Is Believing” Experiment

Posted by on November 28, 2010 at 11:29 pm

Seeing Is Believing... And What
You Believe YOU Can Achieve!

Doctors and scientists said it was impossible for a human to run a mile in less than 4 minutes.

Our bone structure was wrong.
We had inadequate lung power.
Our heart could not take the strain.

24 year old Roger Bannister wasn't listening to that crap.

What happened on May 6, 1954 at Oxford University was viewed as simply another  attempt, in a history of foolish attempts, to achieve the impossible dream.

Yet at the end of the race the stop-watches held a different view.

Roger did achieve what was thought to be impossible as he blazed across the finish line in a time of 3 minutes 59 seconds.

But that was not the most amazing part...

46 days later the record was broken again by a different runner.

And by the end of 1957, 16 more runners had achieved the "impossible"

Why did this happen?

Runners did not suddenly get "better" in those few short years.









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Top Trainer Secrets Revealed: Part-2

Posted by on November 10, 2010 at 12:34 am

Greg Carbone is one of my top coaching clients who in less than six months has...

Skyrocketed his income from $6000 a month to $144,000 per year, told his wife to quit her job, and opened another completely "automated" boot camp location.

In this video, Greg reveals his "insider" secrets to:

  • Doubling your training income
  • How to be a massive action taker
  • How to have other trainers run your boot camp
  • How he finds trainers
  • How he phased himself having to train clients
  • How he pays trainers to teach your boot camp
  • The secret to working less and making more
  • How to take your business from ordinary to extraordinary