Successfully Handling Cancellations

cancelAs we all know….when a personal training client cancels it can be very frustrating for both you and the client. And for many fitness professionals it also means lots of lost revenue! Up to 40% of total weekly revenues! That doesn’t have to be the case.

We approach late cancellations in a very specific way at our studio. Our approach really works to elevate the uncomfortable feeling when you need to tell a client that they still need to pay for a session after they late cancel. It also helps you save what would have been lost revenue!

Read the latest article I wrote for PTontheNet to get ALL of the details.
Cancellations Don’t Have to Mean Lost Revenue

This is one you can’t afford to miss!

Yours in health, fitness & business,
Sherri McMillan

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