Running a Bootcamp Should Not Leave You Exhausted, Burnt Out and Broke


Owning your own bootcamp business IS seriously tough.

It's isolating, scary and risky.

On the other side of the coin it can be immensely rewarding, fun and a great creative outlet. Which is why we do it in the first place.

But still, you have to wear many hats:

  • Marketer
  • Sales person
  • Copywriter
  • Web designer
  • Trainer/Coach/Instructor
  • Psychologist
  • Friend
  • Writer

And that's all just in one day.

I haven't even mentioned the juggling act that comes between working on your business and still having a personal life.

It can be really easy to find yourself just keeping your head above water. Just doing the bare minimum like responding to emails and planning sessions.

The important work that will help you leverage your time better doesn't get done because we run out of time or other stuff comes up.

Before you know it, you are stuck in an endless loop.

It's okay to ask for help.

Do you ask your clients why they come to your sessions?

Sure, at the start they probably say stuff like, 'I want to lose weight' or 'I would like to get fitter', but what about those clients who keep coming back to your bootcamp after 2, 3 or 5 years?


They come because they know that you and they rest of the bootcamp group will notice if they are gone.

We can use it too.

Completing those important tasks in your business - you know, those tasks that often don't get done because something comes up - becomes that much easier when you know someone is going to ask you about them at the end of the week.

I'm developing something to help you.

We - yes, I'm bring on help with this to make it amazing - are working hard on a brand new community of bootcamp trainers.

Or should I say Tribe.

A brand spanking new accountability program will be at the core . We will guide you through the best ways to keep accountable so that you can crush your bootcamp business dreams, no matter what they are.

Whether you are just starting your bootcamp or looking to take the next step into turning your business from a side hobby into a full time business, this is going to be the place for you.

The Tribe will also feature a monthly growth topic in which we will dive into specific aspects of running a bootcamp business. These will feature training articles and videos along with actionable tasks to take in your business.

There will be more too, but I don't want to overwhelm you just yet.

We are looking for people to be in our trial group which will begin in October. This will be a small group that will work closely with me and the rest of the team.


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And we will keep you up to date with what the program will involve.

You will also get first chance to get in our trial group.