It’s taken Two-Brain Business years and tens of thousands of one-on-one phone calls with entrepreneurs to map the path to wealth—real wealth. You haven’t heard about this map before because it didn’t exist. Now it does.
Bo Buser didn’t realize the gym he purchased was dying until after the sale was closed. Here’s how he saved it.
Good business mentors know how to help entrepreneurs get results. They start with a goal, then map the path backward from Point B to Point A. After they’ve mapped the process, great mentors prescribe the fastest path to get to the goal.
Lindsey Valenzuela is a four-time CrossFit Games athlete and one of the famous “Valley Girls” of CrossFit. She and Sean Woodland reflect on her competitive career as well as her transition to parenthood.
Good fitness coaches know how to help clients reach their goals. Great coaches prescribe the fastest path to those goals. Here’s how to take your training practice from good to great.
The reason our Incubator program is so effective is that it addresses the huge problems you’re facing but breaks them down into small battles you can win. Here’s how it works.
In this episode of Two-Brain Radio, Amy Milyard shares how she learned to handle the business side of gym ownership and to market and sell, recently turning a $64 ad campaign into $3,000 in front-end sales.
Some coaches might want more money, opportunity, consistency or equity. But no one wants the same thing forever. The best way to help your coaches build a career is to mentor them to success.
The training process for coaches doesn’t end. Despite what your certificate says, your duty as a coach is to find methods that will help your clients reach their goals. Because every client has different goals, we’ll never run out of methods to explore.
As a client moves from fitness to sickness, a trainer’s expertise is diminished. We are not doctors. We are not physical therapists. We are not dietitians. But we want to help. The best way? Partner with true experts.