You work hard to get new clients–but once you have them, how do you keep them? You could talk to each of your customers and find out what they want, but an easier way to tell if you have loyal customers is to look at your key performance indicators (KPIs).
When Hunter Wolcott and his wife Rita Jenkins-Wolcott opened BolderBARRE and Fitness in Stuart, Florida, in October, they were nervous. While opening a new business is an exciting and scary time for anyone, Hunter and Rita had a unique problem: they didn’t have a single client.
We asked our friends at Fitter Faster Stronger in Dublin, Ireland, to create a workout based on rolling dice and taking chances. If you’re feeling lucky, give it a try—it may even become your new favorite.
2017 is set to be a year of new experiences—a year for me to step outside of myself and embrace the joy of simply being. What better way to start it off than by spending a 12-hour day cooped up in a fitness studio with complete strangers to practice yoga and reset, detox and rejuvenate? While that might sound awful to many, I was had at the invitation.
When it comes to fitness, luck and chance aren’t really part of the equation. Apparently, you can’t just chase rainbows and pots of gold in hopes of magically becoming fit (even though that sounds like cardio to me). It may not be as easy as we’d like, but it’s not impossible either—nothing a little hard work and dedication can’t accomplish. After all, life is about making your own luck, right?