Trainer/Guru/System Challenge and Exchange :o)

  • Memo_NYC

    Posts: 105

    May 08, 2011 10:50 AM GMT
    Hi Folks.

    So, I have been thinking about not being able to afford a trainer. And I thought, what can I give someone in return for their mentorship in my body transformation.
    I can give marketing... basically.

    Here is my idea. You train/transform/mentor me through my body transformation and I in return blast it to all of my network, document it on my site, and if needed make and host a site for you.

    I have the time. I have the motivation. I need the focus and knowledge.

    I live in NYC and think this has to be a local project. Web-Cam training may be something useful in the future but not right now, not when starting back up.

    So, if this sounds like something that could benefit your business, if you are starting up or working with an established system and just need to get more clients... I think we can help each other out.

    Email me and let's discuss further.


  • Memo_NYC

    Posts: 105

    May 24, 2011 5:57 PM GMT
    Thought there would be a little more interest in this.

    If the terms are no good, let me know what would work for you.


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    May 25, 2011 3:15 AM GMT
    This is not meant to be personal, just a business point of view.

    This would absolutely work... if you're the right person. You better believe trainers are offering to pay Oprah to get her into shape. She has enough popularity to drive business assuming the results were positive.

    What do you bring to the table? Name something concrete in which you could offer that's of value greater than what their time is typically worth.

    I'd say that if you were a local celeb, sure try. Some random guy, don't waste your time.

    Getting into shape isn't something that's so extrodinary or out of anyones reach that any success would turn the strangers eye. It's simply not marketable, unless you're biggest loser fat.

    I guess it boils down to this. If you wield a lot of influence over a large audience who meets the demographics which your sponsor is seeking then you have a marketable idea. However, if you're just an average Joe, well nobody really cares about your body transformation, and where's the value in that for your sponsor?

    You're gonna have to do something extreme to get endorsements, something that would grab the average persons attention. Exercise ain't it, kiddo.