Things You Need To Know When Starting Your Online Fitness Business w/ Annie Miller
Are you looking to break into the business of fitness but are unsure how to establish yourself as a trainer or coach? Annie Miller is a fitness and business expert who helps women break into the boys club of fitness and start thriving careers in this exciting space.
Why Quick Fixes Never Work
If you are looking for clarity on your online fitness business, want a realistic breakdown of financial and social media goals when starting a new online business or just want to hear some stories about wild travel adventures this is the episode you need to listen too.
Annie dives into imposter syndrome, how to serve the client instead of just yourself and ways to present yourself on Instagram so that you are established as a professional, and so much more. Providing nuggets of gold on how to get popular on social media, why you shouldn’t give things away for free right away and why quick fixes never work in business or in fitness, Annie is the girl for you.
Have you ever considered starting an online fitness business? Share which of Annie’s tips you found the most useful or surprising in the comments on the episode page.
In This Episode
- How to break into the online fitness community with established authority (19:10)
- Ways to set yourself apart from other fitspo’s by finding your own expertise (21:40)
- Addressing the problem of ‘quick fixes’ when it comes to fitness business (37:15)
- How to become more realistic with your business goals as a new entrepreneur (38:20)
- Ideas and practical tools to help you get started on your fitness business (47:10)
“You know enough for who you are helping and that is what we are about here, that is why we are here.” (13:46)
“You need to give people something that will give them results right now, and then they will keep coming back because they want more results.” (24:53)
“Your business needs to sit well with you, you need to do whatever type of coaching that you want to do.” (32:57)
“You’re going to be motivated to work out 20% of the time. That’s why they call it the grind. Just get your ass to the gym and do the work.” (41:54)
“I do think that it’s your level of clarity and communication and consistency that kind of dictates how long it is going to take someone to throw their credit card at you.” (50:06)
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