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8 Tips To Help Kickstart Your Own Personal Training Business In 2024

8 Tips To Help Kickstart Your Own Personal Training Business

Making the leap to kickstart your personal training business can be exciting and rewarding. However, it requires loads of dedication, passion, and a strategic approach to get you on the right track. Core Collective recognises the unique struggles freelance fitness professionals face, such as income cap concerns, knowledge gap in kickstarting a business and a lack of a supportive community, which is why we see ourselves as a platform that breaks these limitations — providing the tools and community support needed to expand your client base, diversify your services, and maximise your earning potential. With that said, here are 8 tips and considerations to guide you through this entrepreneurial journey. 

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5 Key Insights That'll Revolutionise Your Wellness Business

The wellness industry has witnessed unprecedented growth in recent years, with an increasing focus on holistic health and well-being. The landscape of the wellness business continues to evolve, presenting new opportunities and challenges. To stay ahead in this dynamic industry, companies must adapt and embrace key insights that can revolutionise their approach. Let's explore the trends and strategies shaping the wellness business.

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Why Entrepreneurs Should Learn Design Skills

As an entrepreneur, one of the most important investments I make is in my own learning. Having spent a year running a content marketing consultancy, I’ve learned more than I ever would have imagined about my clients’ pain points, the legalities of growing a new venture, and even accounting.

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How Content Marketing Can Improve Fitness & Wellness Businesses

How is content marketing different from all the other types of marketing? It helps to think of content marketing as a smarter, more surgical discipline than traditional marketing. Traditional marketers lacked nuanced tools, so they just threw everything up against the wall and hoped something would stick. That approach basically amounted to using a blunt object instead of a scalpel to perform surgery. No matter how brilliant the campaign, if it never reached the right audience, it could only be so effective.

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