Most successful gym owners are successful by relying on the things that made them a good coach in their first place. They prioritize their personal brand, stand by what they believe, and — most importantly — get people results while having fun.

There may come a time in the gym owner’s life where they’re ready to hire someone new. How can they help ensure continued success of their business if they relinquish some of the control?

It’s a scary step, for sure… if you don’t have the right people on board.

In this Q&A, we discussed how to develop other coaches. How can you help young coaches gain the wisdom they need to be successful?

If you’ve got any other tips, throw them in a comment below. I know you all have a lot of good things to say and it would be a shame if you kept all those nuggets a secret.

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