How would you like to have two powerful tools that will help you grow income and revenue FASTER while helping your business stop bleeding money (or worse — losing money without knowing from where or why)? You won’t want to miss this one!
In this week’s in-depth feature, fitness studio and microgym financing hero John Briggs teaches you how to do all of that, step-by-step, and walks you through everything you need to look out for to boost revenue effectively, avoid going into the red (and staying trapped there), and most of all, how to grow your fitness training business fast without burning yourself out.
John created this specifically for the High Intensity Business audience.
- Why – and how – should you do financial forecasting for your business?
- How can you troubleshoot your finances if you’re not making enough revenue-wise?
- Why – and how – should you track your finances over 12 months and over 3 months?
- What expenses and metrics should you track and focus on (and why)?
- Is there a difference in how you should manage finances if you’re a startup versus a bigger business?
- …and more!
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You can check out previous episodes with John HERE
John Briggs (john @ incitetax.com), is the tax genius behind Incite Tax and Accounting, a multi-million-dollar firm (and the largest in the country), adapting Michalowicz’s Profit First concept serving micro gym owners focusing on tax and cash-flow strategies. He has been featured in CrossFit Journal, Box Pro Magazine, and on micro gym podcasts such as Two-Brain Radio, WTF Gym Talk and The 321 Podcast, and has also been sharing his expertise in fitness business events like the Gym Owner’s Growth Summit, ProfitCON and Two-Brain Summit. His book, Profit First for Microgyms, presents a step-by-step plan to help transform microgyms into a profitable business.
Make sure you check out John’s book (and get free bonuses) — Profit First for Microgyms
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