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The Confidence Project

The Confidence Project Podcast is your no bullshit approach to creating a life you can be obsessed about.

Stop dieting, stop doubting yourself, and get ready to level up.

Jul 22, 2020

Things we cover in today's episode are:
-Why Iron Phoenix Strength Club is more expensive than other commercial gyms
- What you're actually paying for when you hire a highly educated coach/mentor
-How the commercialized fitness industry has ruined the value of fitness. Why do you have to pay a professional for any other service? You can't walk into a salon and wax your own eye-brows but you're allowed to walk into a gym and figure it out on your own?
-Group fitness classes have cheapened the industry
-Low barrier to entry to become a "trainer"- this is a problem! 
-Why I don't want to work with clients who NEED me
-Why I'm willing to let my clients struggle and fail & why that makes me a great coach

Want a peek behind the curtain about becoming a client of a small business? This episode is for you. We're covering a whole bunch of stuff you may have never considered about becoming a client of a small business. Whether or not you have zero interest in hiring a small business for your service/products- I guarantee you'll have a brand new perspective + learn some nuggets of wisdom from this episode.

Small business owners aren't too keen on letting you (the consumer) into a behind-the-scenes look into their business- mostly because being a small business owner is MESSY. If that small business is online based? Forget about it! It's hard to explain, there's a lot of moving parts, and we (fellow online business owners) have learned that eyes usually glaze over when we try to explain what we do and how we do it to someone who's not in the industry.

Today's episode will let you in peek inside the backend of just a few things regarding Iron Phoenix Strength Club 
The Barbell Collective, my online fitness program for women all over the world.

Many consumers have a misconception about what they're paying for, why they have to pay at all, why prices are what they are, and what goes into delivering said service or product.

I also cover whether or not you're a good fit for a group program, an online program, and whether or not you need to pay for 1:1 support/customization and what to consider about yourself to decide what is the best fit for you.

You can get on the waitlist for The Barbell Collective here.