Health Service Businesses Only

        Service based businesses have great potential.  They don’t require production lines, distribution, storing, or many other costs associated with product centered businesses.  The bad news is that we still have to sell and market, pay rent, pay taxes, get insured, find clients, and much much more.   

        Iv started 2 businesses that have been highly profitable earning 6 figure wages with almost zero financial risk, loans or financial costs. I also hold degrees in Business and Communications at San Jose State University.  After my first 2 successes in the Health Industry as a self employed fitness trainer, I started helping other similar health businesses such as chiropractic, massage therapists, physical therapists, doctors, dentists, etc.

       The goal isn't just to help you increase profit margins and financial statements.  Its to help you to do everything faster, easier, smarter, and more effectively.  

       I’m highly unconventional in my approach to business, especially when I have no clear cut answer to a problem. I'm highly opinionated and 100% serious about getting results.  Although I'm often hanging quietly in the background, I can also be extremely vocal when changes need to be made.  Check out this video to pick up an overview of health service business success.

Questionnaire for Optimized Profits
  1. What is your role in the  business(managerial, entrepreneurial, technical)?
  2. What is your ultimate vision and mission for your business?
  3. Who are your most profitable clients  (age, income, gender, industry, background)?
  4. How do you tailor marketing and advertising to speak to them?  
  5. What forms of advertising are you using? (websites, mailers, yellow pages, online listings billboards, radio, tv, telemarketers, salespeople, Email, periodic newsletters, logo merchandise, facebook or social media fanpage, leadboxes, search engine strategy, referral systems)
  6. Which method is bringing in the most leads and clients for you?
  7. What sales methods do you use to convert these leads into clients?
  8. Do you use guarantees for risk reversal for first time clients? (partial or complete guarantees)
  9. Why should prospects use you compared  to your competition? 
  10. What dollar or time amount are you spending on marketing?
  11.  What assets can you leverage now?   (money, time, facilities, equipment, friends, business partnerships)
  12. Are there non competitive sectors with the same client demographics?  How can you partnership with them to share clients?
  13. How are you priced compared to competition?
  14. What might you be considered an expert at in your industry?
  15. Where are you displaying social proof and testimonials?
  16. What employees or associates exist and what are their roles and responsibilities?
  17. How do you keep workers accountable and motivated for producing maximum performance?
  18. What payment options and plans are available to clients?
  19. What is your biggest obstacle in reaching your 12 month goal?  (Competition, stress, finances, people, time). 
  20. What percentage of your clients become repeat buyers? 
  21. How have you designed your business to encourage client retention?
  22. What role does client retention currently play in your business?  Are there possibilities for growth?

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