Going simple for more profits with Colin McGarty

When you talk to Colin McGarty about his business, Sea Coast Kettlebell, he makes it sound easy. Like anyone should be able to do this, but we all know that is not the case. It’s anything but easy, but Colin makes it seem that why by keeping things simple. When you have industry experts selling you complicated solutions Colin says reduce it to its simplest terms and stick with what works.

Takeaways From This Episode

  • Why he shifted to Large Group training exclusively since Covid
  • Simple systems that put his club on auto-pilot
  • Why your Social Media has to have a flow and mission.
  • Why he opened a second location
  • Managing two locations

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Resources

Seacoast Kettlebell

Things Mentioned In This Episode

  • Hero on a Mission by Donald Miller
  • Happier by Cal Ben-Shahar
  • High Ten by Martin Rooney
  • Change Maker by John Berardi PhD