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The Bad Exit: When You Should Not Sell Your Gym

Want out? If you sell at the wrong time, you won't get any ROI on your years of hard work, and you'll be miserable.
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How to Maximize Gym Value—Fast

Seven steps to make your gym far more valuable in about six months—whether you're planning to sell it or hold onto it.
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The Big Exit: Selling Your Gym the Right Way

When a gym owner sells a business, it’s often because they’re burned out and broke. Here's how to win on the way out.
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Is It Time to Sell Your Gym? (Do This First)

If you're looking to exit, here's the very best way to maximize the sale value of your gym. (Don't worry: it only takes six months.)
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Social Media Sins of the Small Fitness Business

Avoid mistakes and get in the good books with your followers by doing just three things that take about 5 minutes a day.
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From Facebook to 8 Figures: Mike Doehla’s Marketing Approach

Using mostly unconventional marketing methods, Mike Doehla built a nutrition company that sold to Anytime Fitness for eight figures.
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