What’s up Healthpreneurs!  Today we’re going to talk about how to get more committed clients.  The one thing that we all want more of are people who are committed, they’re committed to the process, right?

If you want more committed clients, you need to live your life in a more committed fashion.

Listen in as I share with you what you need to do personally in order to attract committed clients who do the work, who are fun to be around.

In This Episode I discuss:

01:24 – 02:52 – A Rock Bottom Moment

02:52 – 06:21 – Getting Accountability To Push Harder

06:21 – 07:24 – You Have To Be A Committed Client

07:24 – 10:45 – Keeping Your Word

10:45 – 14:30 – Broken Promises

14:30 – 17:12 – Taking Responsibility

17:12 – 20:12 – Wrap Up With Yuri


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What You Missed

Our last episode was a deep dive episode with Matt Schifferle who has  developed a different approach when it comes to health and fitness using bodyweight training along with a very flexible approach to eating and weight management.

Over the past 10 years or so, Matt has been broadcasting his ideas writing books, making YouTube videos, etc. and from that, has created a community called The Red Delta Project which been growing steadily and gaining some traction.

Matt is looking to take his Red Delta Project to the next level, but he is having trouble getting attention to his ideas and videos and is lacking clarity in his messaging.

During my conversation with Matt, I discovered that he was using a publishing model to make money.  To build Matt’s income,  we decided to use his publishing content on the front end to bring clients in on the back end for high end coaching.

Tune in to find out how we helped Matt gain clarity by creating a “category of one” in the highly competitive fitness industry and show him how to get his first clients without an email list or website.