Wilson Luna Gives Business Advice To A Personal Trainer

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  1. Wilson Luna
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  2. Josh Hayes

    Niching to a specific core group to increase your specialism and authority
    is essential for any small business to cut-through and target ideal
    client’s needs.

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  3. Rachel Osborne

    Know who your Ideal Client is, it is the company that pays the bills. You
    need to provide a solution to their biggest problem. 

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  4. Rachel Osborne

    Know who your Ideal Client is, it is the company that pays the bills. You
    need to provide a solution to their biggest problem.
    For more info: http://tiny.cc/InviteByRachel

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  5. Kimberly McKenzie

    Personal Trainers, do you have a VP? Check this out!

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  6. Jessica Mae

    Building a funnel of clients by becoming a specialist in your field!

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  7. Jessica Mae

    Building a funnel of clients! Whilst becoming a specialist in your field!
    http://www.tinyurl.comJOGEIBIZTIX

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  8. Jessica Mae

    Knowing your Ideal client and know what THEY want! – Become a specialist in
    your field!

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  9. Marnie Mowatt

    Niching to find your ideal is, solving their biggest problems and adding
    enormous value!!!! It’s not costing them anything in fact they are making
    $7000. Yes!! That is what I am looking for in my ideal client. 

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  10. Jane Camilleri

    The lessons I learned were:
    -improve and get your VP down pat.
    -make sure you know who your ideal client is.
    -make sure your client cares about their bottom line.
    -be exclusive to each area. Especially if you are the only one doing that
    service.
    -until you hear the client say “how do you do that?” You don’t have a
    business. The stronger the BP is the more you can charge.
    -Time equals money.
    -always try to affect your clients bottom line in a positive way.

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  11. Jenny Bowler

    “every time you deliver a statement, if they do not respond, it was not
    strong enough – or they’re not your client!” nice one

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  12. Kathryn Realf

    If you’d have asked me a year ago I never would have thought I would get
    excited by watching business advice, but I just can’t get enough of it
    now!! It never ceases to amaze me just how he can break down any business!!
    Love love LOVE it!! The power of niching yet again! Don’t talk to your
    ideal client in terms of what you do, but rather how it can help them, ie,
    giving them a competitive advantage or improving their bottom line! When I
    first learnt about the V.P I had no idea how powerful and important those
    few lines would be!! You need to get your ideal client asking you for more
    info, otherwise your V.P isn’t strong enough, or your talking to the wrong
    ideal client. Know the value of what you are offering, and the value
    matrix, and stop charging per hour. woop woop!

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