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Inside this book you will learn how to become a certified personal trainer and start your personal training business. The book include a step by step business plan and professionally written forms and policies.
Here is what you will learn from this book:
- Why get certified and how
- Important issues you should consider when getting certified
- How to stand out from every other personal trainer
- How to find your niche
- How much you should be charging your clients
- The most effective ways to market your personal training business
- How to get your clients signing up over and over again
- What to do when a potential client walks in
BONUS! Professionally Written Forms and Policies (over $80 value)
When Kevin Bailey, a black, jobless twenty-something returns to New York City from a recent hermitage in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, he finds himself both broke and homeless. Armed with a degree in criminal justice, he immediately leans on an associate and former employer for a needed job referral. This leads to a position with the Frank Givens detective agency in Midtown. Bailey is hired for various reasons, three of which are the fact that he comes cheap, he's green enough to be taught, and his boss is swamped with cases. Frank Givens tosses Bailey a case that should have been fairly routine: a New York City socialite requires dirt on her son's fianc e based on her suspicions of gold digging.
Only if they do the right thing at the right time will owners of small businesses succeed. Simple enough, but what are the factors in their psychological makeup that enable them to do it? Frese and his contributors have studied small businesses in four African countries from a psychological perspective-the first time this has been done-and report that it's the psychological aspects of their strategies, not just the strategies themselves, that contribute significantly to their success. They also prove that many of the stereotypes that seem to characterize the owners of microbusinesses are clearly incorrect. Executives, analysts, bankers, international entrepreneurs, and their academic colleagues will discover that many of the conclusions they have drawn from previous studies can not be generalized. Only by separating those that can be generalized from those that can not, can we get a true understanding of the small business entrepreneurial dynamic. Frese and his colleagues focus on South Africa, Zimbabwe, Uganda, and Zambia to produce a clear overview of the research on microbusiness and entrepreneurship in developing countries. They find that psychological strategies are closely related to entrepreneurial success, but because conditions in these countries differ widely, the particulars of certain strategies and their effectiveness may also differ. They show that a number of ideas prevalent among professionals and entrepreneurship researchers in developing countries need to be challenged. Among them, that microenterprise owners who started their companies because they were unemployed do worse than those who started for other, more positive reasons. Also, that human capital (education) represents the most important set of variables to be considered for success (it isn't), or that employing family members decreases success (it doesn't). Well written and impeccably researched, the book is an essential contribution to corporate and academic libraries, as well as to the knowledge of individuals in business, psychology, entrepreneurial and regional studies, and related fields.
This "how to" book offers a broad stroke look into an understanding of what is required in starting a business by outlining the basics such as creating a business plan, hiring the right people, having the right financial skills, marketing and internet presence, etc into 9 areas of importance. It is easy to understand and a clear and concise summation of the basics of starting a business. Common Sense is the underlying theme throughout the book while covering the different aspects involved in getting started to becoming a successful entrepreneur.
Australasian Business Statistics, 3rd edition approaches Business Statistics in a way that engages and empowers students, catering for their diverse learning styles. Through local, real world, practical activities, students gain the ability to make informed business decisions based on statistical data analysis. Black 3e simultaneously presents the most contemporary statistical issues with cutting edge business applications, making it the ideal text for a one-semester business statistics course.
This integrated resource will develop the necessary quantitative decision-making skills and analytical proficiency required to succeed in tomorrow's business world.
The text also provides insight into the practical relevance of statistics through the numerous, and interesting examples from the local region.
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