Four Reasons Why Fitness Professionals Fail at Business

To start a personal training business and ensure it is successful, you need to be in a business frame of mind instead of falling prey to negative excuses.

For many years, I have watched fitness professionals try to become entrepreneurs and business owners. And for many years, I have watched them fail. The excuses are always the same: I don't like the "business" around training, I don't have time to run the business and train clients, my area just won't sustain my business, and, my favorite, I am burned out. What is unfortunate about all these excuses are that they are excuses. Before you decide to start a training bus

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