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Monday, 02 October 2017 20:42

Orange and happy

I was fired in October of 2010.  The only reason I wasn’t walked to the door, was because I had been there for almost 6 years, helping the company go from being worth a little to over 100 million dollars.

They were classy enough to let me walk out on my own. 

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Thursday, 03 August 2017 14:25

Finding Goby

How to run a gym

 

 

Step one:  Don’t do it.  Seriously, you don’t know how difficult it is to make money in the fitness industry.  Unless of course, you are willing to do simple stuff…………………………….over and over and consistently, and never waiver.

Being a gym owner means a lot of things, and at the top of the list is being a leader.

And part of being a leader is to lay out the plan, train on the plan, and inspect that the plan is being followed.

Plan, train, inspect.

Do you have the skill set to be a good planner, trainer, and inspector?

One indicator is your color spectrum.  Find your Goby. 

What the hell am I talking about?

Head over to www.finidinggoby.com and click on “find your goby”.

Don’t pay anything. It looks like you will be paying, which does cost $29.00, BUT it is FREE right now for a limited time.

In the discount code section, type in mygoby

We live in a world full of dichotomies.  You are told, as a child that you can do anything and be anything. 

Then, as an adult, while you still hear that positivity from some folks, you hear “Not possible, you can’t do that”, from others.

Well, how about taking advice from a person who uses logic, reason, probability, realism, and a four quadrant based communication/personality tool?

I will tell you the obstacles you face when it comes to leadership, sales, management, following up, training, etc.

And then how you can overcome these obstacles.

With this $29.00 report that is free if you move your ass now and go take the assessment by following the instructions above, you get an 11 page report. 

“Reports are AWESOME Jason.  Quite in depth.  Thanks you!”

-Debbie Rosenfelt, gym owner, Seattle Washington.

What I am about to write is only to persuade people whose trust I have already gained but need a little pushing:  $29.00 is a real cost.  I will generate a lot of revenue from these reports.  Companies who hire me to enhance their communication, team build and for sales training will pay $29.00 per employee.  Many assessments cost $39.00 or $49.00.   And some of these other assessments provide you with over 20 pages of what I call “fluff” and it cracks me up because they are four quadrant based, so they should know that over 50% of folks are not going to spend time reading 22 pages, EVEN if it is about them.

So, we got Goby to 10 plus a page dedicated to tips for your health and fitness.

My point is that this is not going to be free for long, and because free has no value I want you to know you are getting a $29.00 gift, for FREE.

And the bonus is this:  If you own a gym, AND you take the assessment, you get a free 20 minute call with me to talk about your results.

Go.  Do it.

 

Keep changing lives.

Published in Blog
Wednesday, 25 January 2017 12:41

Orange salespeople and Grey's Anatomy

Take the assessment.  For real, like right now.  Stop reading and go to www.personalityandfitness.com

Follow these instructions:

Click on “Go straight to the full assessment”.  This is located to right on the video, in a green bar.

Enter username and passcode. 

Username:  promo 

Passcode:  linsepromo

Notice that these words are all lower case.

Once entered, click on “Full Assessment.”  This is located at the top of the next page.

A screen will pop up.  Enter some basic information. For promo code, enter your gym name or a version of it.  For example, if you are a Retro Fitness, type in retro.  If you are a Snap, type in Snap. 

Now, you are ready to take the assessment.  

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Tuesday, 17 January 2017 18:01

Goby Communication Unleashed

Do you want more sales?

Do you want higher retention?

Do you want to guarantee the right hires?

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