The AF Project Seminars were created specifically to help fitness entrpreneurs create and implement intelligent, actionable plans to grow their businesses. Both Seminars 1.0 and 2.0 are extremely detailed, and provide real, concrete tools for increasing financial performance and personal satisfaction.
Seminars are led by founder Jon Gilson, a proven operator with more than a decade of success in business, coaching, and entrepreneurship.
Our well-regarded FREE Seminar, attended by over 700 entrepreneurs to date.
In three hours of concentrated lecture, you'll learn:
How to improve business profitability, step-by-step
How to create offers that bring in clients (without discounting)
How to retain more clients
The basics of financial accounting, metrics-based management, and problem solving.
How to match your personal financial goals to your business goals
You'll leave with action steps and the tools you need to grow your gym, as well as a solid grounding in the fundamentals of running a business.
Time Commitment: 4 hours of Seminar
Seats: 60 per venue
Teacher: Jon Gilson
Click below to see dates and locations, and to register for AF Project 1.0 Seminar:
Our Advanced Seminar. Move beyond basics with eight hours of intense lecture and practical training on improving your business.
Using your business as a live case study, we'll work together to:
Analyze and improve your sales process
Revamp your website copy, design, and calls-to-action
Learn to attract and retain more clients
Reclaim lost clients
Become a competent financial manager
Learn digital marketing and client acquisition from the ground up
This hands-on Seminar prepares you to be a leader in a very competitive market.
While this is an advanced Seminar, no prerequisites are necessary. You will be guided through the pre-work to ensure that you're ready to hit the ground running on the day of the Seminar.
Time Commitment: 8.5 hours of Seminar, 3 to 5 hours of pre-work
Seats: 25 per venue
Teacher: Jon Gilson
Click below for dates and locations, and to register for an AF Project 2.0 Seminar: