You would probably just have your gym membership revoked.
On another note, you would get by much easier in life if you were more tactful to begin with, and didn’t get fired in the first place. Pick your battles. There is a time and a place for everything.
agreed. but whats done is done. i honestly never thought theyd take it to that extreme of firing me for inappropriate footwear though.
you know what though, screw them.
id be starting off at $10-“first workout” $12-14-actual training session and $8- phone calls, prospecting
id also have to sell packages ranging from 400 to 2400 which i believe was from 8 to 48 sessions.
although for some reason i think the rate was higher.
so i figure if i sell my own sessions at $25 per session, to people already in a gym. (yea its a bit more shady and less profressional) even with 3 clients at 3x a week i could make 225 a week…thats for 9 hrs of work.
and its all tax free, in my pocket cash. add another client at that rate and bam im up to 300 a week which is full time pay for half the hours of a part-time job.
its definately easier to play with numbers than to actually make it happen but when you look at the figures it definately makes you think that its obtainable.
especially when you look at it this way; HYPOTHETICALLY if i was still at Ballys in order to make the same rate as 4x4, four clients four sessions, id have to have 4 people FIVE days a week (280@14hrx4x5day) or obv. 5 people 4 days and id STILL be making more money independently $300@25x4x3
and like i said the beauty of it is that theyre already in the gym which means i dont need my own equipment. meaning every single cent i take in is towards profit. thinking about it just makes me wanna cum in my pants.[/quote]
You are thinking like an employee, not like a business man
You need to market yourself to the gym as someone who is going attract new members through your reputation as a trainer who gets results. Charge the gym a fee for everyone who signs up based on your referral. Make it seem like they need to be in business with you
Train other “independant contractor” trainers your training system and earn residuals on the clients they train. They can also train others and earn residuals that can flow up to you.
Write a book about your training system. Give it away free to clients. This gives you instant credibility, even if you publish it yourself.
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