There’s a groundswell of people wanting to buckle down and take their business to the next level, and it’s exciting!
Here are a few of the things people have been saying…
“Oh I’m in for sure! Looking forward to it.”
“No time like the present. We have our 3rd son due on Oct 1st and I have a habit of taking on multiple challenges at the same time and doing better than when things are calm, so I figure this is the one.”
“I need a kick in the ass! Let’s do this!”
“We spoke about this and promised each other to do the challenge. We are going to figure out our schedule so we can commit 30 min each do to get organized … we are pretty excited!”
“Let’s do this! (Gulp!)”
“I can not say how hard is run a box in my country. There is no resources of any kind that will help me to run the business. I hope that I will learn a lot in the Hub Challenge.”
“Awesome, I’m looking forward to seeing what comes out of this.”
“I am up for this. I am ready.”
“I’m down for the challenge. I need it.”
“Let’s do this! I’m in for the challenge!!! 🙂 Thanks, Hub!”
“Love this idea, kind of do this anyways but would love more structure to what I’m planning to do each day.”
“I’m in for the Challenge. Totally need this.”
What would it mean to you to have accountability to FOCUS on your business for the next 30 days?
Can your business change? Absolutely.
Bruce Lee said, “The successful warrior is the average man, with laser focus.”
Change or adjust your focus, change your business.
Want to be a part of a swell of gym owners who are committing 30 minutes a day for the next 30 days (starting Monday, Oct. 3rd) to build habits and see results in their business?
This Challenge isn’t for everyone, but maybe it is for you.
As with any challenge, it won’t be easy, but it will be worth it.
Is it a PRIORITY for me to grow my business? Is the consequence of NOT growing it greater than the DISCIPLINE of developing a good habit and growing it?
If you answer yes to the above, you should consider joining us for the 30 for 30 Business Challenge.
Everybody talks about wanting their business to be different; few actually take the steps needed to change it for the better.