Brian King had built a successful instruction business that consisted of half hour private lessons day after day for 20+ years. He found himself exhausted and burnt out, needing a change for his business and personal lifestyle.
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Brian remembers one Friday morning packed with back to back lessons for 10 hours and having no desire to go in and teach. He had lost his passion and the desire to go out to the range and teach.
Brian made a change and built his business around his life instead of his life around his business.
Now Brian works with only junior golfers for 3 nights a week for 3-4 hours over 8-9 months a season. His finances became more stable and consistent and saw a 40% increase in revenue.
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So how can you make the change?
Step 1 – Define who you want to teach and how you want to spend your time. Brian wanted to help juniors develop skill and take them from ok to elite golfers.
He started reaching out to juniors and personally inviting them into a new kind of coaching.
Step 2 – Structure the program. Brian had experience coaching in college and juniors and wanted to create a similar team atmosphere with groups of 6 kids coming into get coaching.
Honestly, Brian was nervous about having conversations with parents and presenting this new
Step 3 – Belief in the program and change. Without belief in what he was doing it would have been easy for Brian to just keep saying yes to the private lessons that were leaving him burnt out and unfulfilled.
Don’t wait another day.