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Friday, 15 April 2016 09:24

The simple system to change lives

The formula is simple.  But first it starts with membership sales.

Sell x amount of memberships per month.  The X is determined by a couple of things.  What type of gym are you?  What type of marketer are you?  How many memberships do you need?  How many can you handle?  How many do you lose each month?

Let’s say you are a 10000 square foot gym with 1200 members.  Right now, you have 23 of them working with a trainer.  You lose 400 memberships per year, and add about the same.  This has been going on for a couple of years, since the low dues asshole opened down the street.

Wednesday, 13 April 2016 08:01

You can call me pompous........

You can call me pompous and arrogant but I still will want to help you change more lives.  Not because I like you, because once you call me pompous and arrogant, I no longer think much of you, but I still want you to change more lives. 

Because if you change more lives, you may become a smarter person.  A better person.  The kind of person who understands that if you call somebody pompous and arrogant, you may just be saying more about yourself than you are about them.

Now, there is nothing wrong with being honest, direct and saying what you feel.  But then we would have to establish your definition of pompous and your definition of arrogant.  And I am not certain but somewhat confident that I could get you to agree that while some people may agree with your definition, they may not agree that it is an apt description of the person you are referring to.  And some people may agree.

You can call me pompous and arrogant but I still want to help you change more lives.  Not because you don’t know what you are doing.  But because I know many things you don’t know.

If I have not established that, then I can call you obtuse.

Keep changing lives. 

Friday, 08 April 2016 11:53

3 questions for Jason

Yeah, I am asking myself questions.  Sue me.  Wait, don’t.  Even though it would be frivolous, I don’t want to waste even one second dealing with a lawsuit.