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4 Lessons FitPros Can Learn From Candy Crush

Everyone has probably heard of Candy Crush the addictive sweet-swapping game from King. If you’re friends with me on Facebook, you’re probably sick of getting game requests (although rather than moanĀ about them you can switch it off here: How to Block Game Requests on Facebook) I was recently involved in an intense game of Candy Crush when I realised there are some comparisons between the game and how you should run your fitness business.

[How to] Block Facebook Game App Requests

Facebook is a fabulous tool for fitness professionals to use in order to contact, connect and garner clients. And playing video games can be good for your health. But are you sick of getting requests for Facebook games which you don’t play and/or are distracting? Learn how to turn them off (and stop whining about them) in this short video so you can then concentrate on running your health and fitness business.

Do you really need an autoresponder?

Autoresponders – do you really need one? What is an autoresponder? Firstly let’s look at what an autoresponder is. Most email service providers (ESPs) offer an autoresponder function although their definitions can vary:

5 Steps to Being Your Own Boss

I work with a lot of start up businesses often mums who have to run houses as well as get a business off the ground. Whilst we cover a lot of technological steps that need to be taken when starting up we also discuss how to survive being your own boss. Being your own boss can be exciting yet challenging. You can feel self-conscious, demotivated and unsure of the journey ahead. Hopefully, these five steps will help you on the path to successful self-employment.

The 7Ps of Networking

Networking is a necessity for all business owners. However not everybody is delighted at the prospect of walking into a room full of strangers to promote their business. Self doubt can set in and no matter how much you love your business there’s always the fear that others won’t. So here’s a few things to do to get the most out of any networking event.