This week, I brought it down to basics and told you how to improve both sides of your business—operations and audience.
But what about improving yourself?
Many times, I’ve found myself to be the thing holding my business back. Because an entrepreneur can pull a business forward—or be a roadblock to its success.
More than ever before, entrepreneurs face huge levels of stress and anxiety—but they have to pretend they don’t.
Clients don’t want to hear about your business woes. Clients want to spend their time and money with people who are successful.
Instead of “faking it,” follow Colm O’Reilly’s specific advice here: “Stress, Anxiety and Entrepreneurs: How to Improve Your Mental Health.”
Take the #UNBREAKABLE55 challenge!
Read about it here. Then join the Gym Owners United Facebook group, post “I’m In!” and get to work.
Each weekday, you will:
- Review one client’s goals with them.
- Publish one piece of content online.
- Give praise to one staff member.
- Talk about your business to one new person.
- Write down one of your processes and make one tiny improvement to it.