Live Call: 1/15/24

By |2024-01-18T18:10:23+00:00January 15th, 2024|Professionals Mentorship Program|

Professionally Handling Clients that Have a or Develop a Sense of Entitlement so it does not continue. In this video we break down the Framework I use to handling these difficult entitled situations. We dive into what entitlement really is, handling entitled past and current clients as well as 5 foundational rules I use to stay centered and grounded. Definition of Entitlement: #1- the fact of having a right to something. #2- the amount to which a person has a right.
 The amount of entitlement one has is equal to what they’ve paid for. #3- the belief that one is inherently deserving of privileges or special treatment. 5 Foundational Rules I use to keep me grounded in these tough situations of dealing with Entitled Clients #1 just because someone spends $$$ with you does not make them entitled to access to you. #2 Money is not worth your sanity or peace. #3 Do the right thing so you can sleep well at night knowing you did the right thing and you did your best. #4 You cant make everyone happy. #5 There are a lot of amazing people out there who are wonderful to work with. If you allow a bad egg to stay in the barn/your community- it’ll drive the other good ones away cause they stink. Don't let that happen.

Live Call: 10/24/22

By |2022-10-26T17:20:36+00:00October 26th, 2022|Professionals Mentorship Program|

Topics include: Gamifying your training system Increasing your client retention by ramifying your training system Filling the need to feel and see tangible progression Your system is the pathway to success Ideas for how to reward your clients and the importance of celebrating their accomplishments Creating a system so that people recognize your style and training process based on your name Branding your style of training so that it becomes a well-known household name Formalizing your process so that your program can be easily shared and the progress can be easily quantified Examples for how to celebrate and reward your clients to incentivize them to participate more in your programs

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