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21 Days to Independence

Become an independent personal trainer in Just 21 Days. In this course, you’ll launch out of employee personal trainer status into being a successfully employed, independent personal trainer. Your clients, your style, your passion — our proven steps. Gracefully say good-bye to being an employee. Welcome to your new, empowered role as an independent personal training professional.

Who is this for?

Personal Trainers

You: a talented, knowledgeable, caring personal trainer that wants move (partially or fully) into a career as an independent personal trainer. This systematic 21 day course is for trainers willing to invest a small amount into their future for significant long-term gains. Trainers in the 21 Days to Independence (21DI) enjoy proven exercises and tools that will satisfy clients and support success as a newly independent practitioner.

What does this course do?

21 Days to Independence eliminates the mystery behind how to leave your job as an employee personal trainer for a rewarding career as a gainfully employed, independent personal trainer. In just 21 days we put you ahead of the game with an organized proven process for a successful transition, done for you materials, interviews with industry experts and the answers you need and make the business side easy!

What’s included?

We’re excited to help you with the trials and rewards of being an independent trainer. Today is orientation day. Watch your welcome video and prep for this amazing course. Your first assignment is one of self-reflection!

Yesterday, you focused on what drew you to a career as a personal trainer and your top three small business owner concerns. Changing from employee to self-employed is both frightening and exciting. Today, we’re going to set you up to lead from a place of strength. You’ve got this!

Yesterday focused on your strengths. It can be tough for some of us to “toot our own horns” but we all have things we’re good at, qualities that inspire those around us. Seeing them in black and white helps remind us of not only of why we chose the path we’re on but can help us keep going when times get tough. Today let’s move from that strength, set powerful goals together! So smart.

“It’s the little details that are vital. Little things make big things happen.” – John Wooden 

We need to have money set aside. We all know how necessary it is to have savings in our personal life. Have you thought about a savings plan for your business? Today, it’s time to do just that. No matter how small your first step in planning and saving. It’s a step that will make big things happen.

Sometimes, discerning the difference between needs and wants is difficult. We’re told “you have to spend money to make money” but that doesn’t mean being wasteful. Today’s topic helps you figure out your Needs Versus Wants.

There has been a lot of self-reflection and planning over the past few days. Congrats! Now let’s take a look at a few legal details together. Have you’ve signed a non-solicitation or non-compete contract with your current employer? What does this mean for attracting clients? What about personal and business monies? No need to panic. Watch today’s video, Non-Solicitation and Non-Compete Understanding. We’ve got you.

Goodbyes are important. Your excitement about opening your new business may have you itching to begin your new life tomorrow, but you are a professional and that means giving your current work the respect you would like your future employees to give you (even if they were not terribly professional on their end.) Today, let’s make the best exit possible and understand the powerful payoffs to doing so.

Do you need to use someone else’s place to train your clients? Today’s video interview is with a 30-year veteran and studio owner, talking about what he looks for when an independent trainer wants to use his studio. As you’ll discover, there’s more to using someone else’s gym or studio than simply walking in and paying the fee.

The word for today is niche (adjective): denoting or relating to products, services, or interests that appeal to a small, specialized section of the population. So. Powerful.

Today let’s talk about you. Yes, you! Then, after you’ve delved deeper into who you are and what you’ve done, it’s time to uncover who your ideal client is. The more you understand these two components and how they interact in a business relationship, the happier and more successful you’ll be. It’s going to be a game changer.

 Success leads to greenbacks, banknotes, moolah. No matter how you say it, earning money and making a difference is the goal of business. To this end, pricing is a key player. Have you looked into your competition and what they are charging? Do you know if you are charging too much or worse, too little for your services? Today’s tool is a silver platter of “how to.” It’s time to find out.

Today we want to get you thinking about two integral details moving forward: Marketing and Money Basics. Where will your clients come from? Have you answered big picture money thoughts yet? Today is the day to get those seeds planted and ensure you swim and not sink in this new transition.

Time is you most precious commodity. Let’s address the importance of planning your schedule and honoring everyone’s time in your new endeavor.

Have you ever had a bad day and you just want to talk about it? Maybe you have a client who loves to over share. Are you or your client unclear about professional boundaries? Today’s topic covers healthy professional boundaries how to implement and the reasons you should have them.

What are some important documents you must have for yourself and your company (and, of course, how to get them)? Find out in today’s lesson!

There is inherent power in having processes in place when it comes to business. Missing a step or doing things out of order may not result in an immediate collapse but consistently missing the same step or too many different steps will definitely cause you a headache and affect your professional appearance. Jump in today with this DFY (done for you) template.

Running a business is more than being charming and working with clients.

(Although were thrilled you have that going for you.) The behind the scenes action takes a lot of work. Fortunately, some work is fun. Today’s project gives you 30 easy suggestions to help find, inspire and inform clients.

Building a website doesn’t happen overnight, it takes time and planning. 

But it’s important to start with something simple right away. You need a place that validates your business and showcases your offerings. Today, check off these important basics of building your own business website.

A huge part of any web presence is imagery. In fact, so many aspects of our lives we are inundated with images. You don’t need a professional photographer or videographer when starting out, if that exceeds your budget. Become a successful amateur photographer with today’s tips.

Friends and colleagues are a vital part of our life. They are part of the network of people surrounding us. We can reach out to receive help in spreading the word about our new undertaking. Let’s double check the list of those people in your life and then let them know we would like their help.

When building a successful business, should you use freebies as a way of attracting clients? People love taking advantage of a good deal or a freebie handed out to entice them into joining a club or trying a new product, but is offering your services for free really a good idea? Let’s take a look. The choice is yours.

Our goal has been to provide you with tools and guidance necessary to start your business exponentially better off than if you had tried to tackle this completely on your own. Our congratulations—and a free gift—for working through this process!

Are you ready to soar to new business heights?

Sign up now, or contact us to learn how our proven programs can help you get there.