Striving for excellence in the Personal Training business

Hey Fitness Pros,

“Anyone need advice on making the transition from 5.12 to 5.11?”

I saw this quote today.  Climbers will understand the significance of this. 5.12 is a much harder climb than 5.11 and the message is, it’s easy to go backwards, to do what you’ve done before, to choose the easy road….but true excellence is reaching for something just a little more challenging that what you’re used to. Strive to be and do better! Set the bar high and don’t settle for anything else.

That’s the way I’ve always approached our business. We are the model for successful Personal Training businesses. We can’t settle for mediocrity and will always ask ourselves “What can we do better?”, “What now?” and “What’s the next mountain the climb?”

So I ask you the same…

Yours in health, fitness and business,

Sherri McMillan

ps.  Speaking of striving for excellence in your Personal Training business.  I filmed a 10 hour Business of Personal Training DVD series that you can purchase and watch at your leisure.  You will learn everything you need to know in terms of marketing, sales, programming, customer service, operations and systems that need to be in place to operate a million dollar personal training business.  For all of my blog readers, we are offering the DVD series at 20% off the normal price.  Click on the link below and use promo code BPT20. If you decide to purchase our Business of PT corporate systems and the license to utilize all of our business systems, we will deduct the price of the DVDs from the license.  You can’t lose!

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