We’ve dubbed November the start of the “Dreaming Season”, when athletes begin to set goals for the coming year. Because of this, it’s also a crucial time for you as a coach. Here are some things to be doing in November so that you can help your athletes achieve their dreams in 2014.
Recently, we relaunched our new native iOS and Android mobile apps for your phone and tablet. Are you harnessing the power and opportunity the mobile apps provide you as a coach? If not, here are some reasons why you should download our app (besides the fact that it’s totally free).
The next few months are the most popular time of year for athletes to be looking for a new coach. But an inquiry or even a match on our Coach Matching Service is only the first step. This is a critical time for your business. You are setting up your revenue streams for the coming year. With that, how do you turn a lead into a client?
TrainingPeaks rounded up ten of the most experienced and reputable endurance coaches in the industry and asked them to provide a different kind of advice than the usual: advice on the business of coaching itself. Get their top tips on building your brand, running your business, and working with your athletes.
The challenge of any small business owner is to keep revenue coming into the business in the slowest parts of the year and for an endurance coach, this time of the year is rapidly approaching: the off-season. From owner and founder of D3 Multisport Mike Ricci, here are some ways to retain your athletes and keep them on track in the next several months.