Children’s fitness Success From The IYCA
So the IYCA International Summit is in February.
People from all over the world have already registered.
But there are still some spots open.
I decided to look through our Customer Service email database
today in order to find out what our Members are asking about
with respect to the Summit.
Here are the Top 2 questions our Customer Service department
is being asked:
1) We’re living in a slow economy and this is the Holidays. How
can I justify spending the money on registration… Not to mention
airfare and hotel costs?
Fair concern, but brutally easy answer…
In business, timing is absolutely everything.
Look at it this way.
The majority of business owners out there are cutting expenses
left and right.
They’re conserving money and holding back on spending
Not a horrible strategy in such an unstable economy.
But what’s going to happen when the economy gets better?
See, now that’s the question professionals in all walks of life
seldom ask themselves.
And that shortsighted approach is what keeps most businesses
barely scraping by for years.
Conservation of funds in times like these is essential.
Limiting spending is a necessity.
BUT, successful children’s fitness business owners have the rare gift of being
able to see 3, 4, 6 and 12 months down the line.
And here’s what’s going to happen…
As soon as the economy turns upwards (which incidentally,
most experts say will take place around March or April of 2009)
consumers are going to start getting very excited and ‘loose’
with their disposable income.
It’s human nature.
We love to spend money.
So as soon as the economy improves, YOUR consumer base
is going to want to start spending at a feverish pace.
Now, Business Owner A, who conserved all his money during
the ‘down time’, is literally going to be caught with his pants down
because as consumers start wanting to spend cash, he won’t have
the infrastructure or programs in place to take advantage of it.
Conversely, Business Owner B, who was frugal but invested
WISELY on things during the ‘down time’, will have a complete
plan of action in place and ready for when their market wants to
start handing out cash again.
Being cautious financially is one thing, but having your eyes and
ears closed to what the future is going to bring is something
altogether different and silly.
Successful business owners know that this is the PERFECT
time to invest in their business because the payout is just around
2) I’ve been to many fitness conferences in the past, how is this
one going to be any different or give me anything more than I
When Pat Rigsby says that he is going to show you EXACTLY
how to make an additional $30,000 in your current children’s fitness training
business next year, I listen.
The man literally has a Midas touch with stuff like this.
When I tell you that I’m going to show you EXACTLY how
to create profitable speed camps and clinics that will earn you
thousands of dollars and dozens upon dozens of clients, you
That’s how I’ve built every single training facility I’ve ever
owned or worked at.
I know the process and will be teaching it to you –
"done for you" style.
And that’s just a sample.
But heck, isn’t that enough?
How many conferences have you been that can promise
you an additional $30,000 profit line to your business?
I hope I’ve been clear, my friend.
And if you haven’t already…
Register now while you still can!
‘Till next time,
P.S. – Tomorrow is your last chance.
Register by Friday, December 5th and you are guaranteed a
spot in our closed door children’s fitness session –
"How to Run Profitable Speed Camps and Clinics"
Here’s your exclusive link –
Good point about we humans loving to spend money – When we want something, we’ll find a way to pay for it –
I would love to attend. I am not so much concerned with the cost as I am with having to close my practice down for a couple of days to attend. The other issue is I am a single parent with an 8 year old. My question is will you be offering this type of summit somewhere on the East Coast in the year 2009?