4 Questions to Ask Before Taking on a New Client

Business, Coaching

Pre-qualifying clients is not only good for you, it's also a favor to your clients. If your gym isn't the right fit for the customer, it's likely he or she won't be successful.


Here are a few other good reasons to be choosy when it comes to clientele:


  • Limited resources: You only have so much money and time to devote to clients. You can't give it your best if you're spread too thin with customers who don't fit with your goals and vision.
  • Reputation: If your services aren't applicable, your clients will be less successful, which reflects badly on you.



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