Author Archive for: Parkview Sports

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    Success Lies In Your Schedule

    There’s a misconception that when you enter into your own business that your life becomes chaotic and unpredictable.  I would agree that this is the case for the vast majority of small business owners and entrepreneurs trying to carve out a niche and take their shot at the big bad world of entrepreneurship.  I would also add that with just a littl...

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    Get Out of the Way!

    Do you know who your competition is?  Are you sure? Sound like easy questions right?  “Of course I know who my competition is, don’t be ridiculous!” you’re saying to yourself.  Think about this for a minute… The competition in the youth & adult sports training industry is at an all time high.  Drive through your town ...

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    Of Course You Can

    For some reason I find myself saying “Of course you can!” on a regular basis.  I’ve been catching myself saying it to family, friends, employees, and clients.  It has become something that flows so naturally out of my mouth now that I don’t even realize I’m saying it! This saying comes 100% directly from my father.  I̵...

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    3 Ways to Improve Profits at Your Sports Facility

    The bottom line to running a successful sports facility; or any small business for that matter, is making MONEY.  Not just enough money to cover overhead and expenses, but enough money to create a lifestyle that an owner can be proud of.  After not only being in the sports facility business for a long time but also working with sports facilities of all s...

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    Talking to a Human-The Difference Between You and Them

    We called it “The Bible” and it was 6 weeks of Excel Spreadsheets on a clip board that I carried in a bag with me everywhere.  When I first started RBI’s it was the only thing I could think of!  It was 2007 and I was 25 years old.  We would get done with lessons and go grab some dinner but you would definitely see “The Bible̶...

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