Community is the cornerstone of what makes a box thrive. It’s what sets you apart from the rest of the gyms out there, and with an ever-growing competitive market, a strong community is more valuable than ever before.

One of the hardest aspects of growing a gym business is maintaining a strong community while scaling the business. It is challenging to do both at the same time, but it is possible.

In part 1, we discussed the value of business coaching and why it’s critical for you to have a coach. In Part 2 of our newest series, we talk about how you can bring new members into your business while still maintaining the tribe-like feeling for your current members.

The thing is, there is no “one size fits all” approach to succeed at this. Rather, you need to analyze what matters most to your members and build an experience around that. A business coach can help you do this.

Watch this second episode of our 3-part mini-series to learn how, and leave us a comment to let us know what you’re thinking, or how these ideas work once you’ve tried them.

With gratitude,

Mike Bledsoe

In Part 2 of our series, you'll learn:

  • How to find balance between growing the business and building gym culture
  • What to consider when making key decisions and strategies around the growth of your business and culture
  • The importance of having your staff build and maintain strong relationships with your members

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