Basketball training as an industry is expanding at an unbelievable pace. More players and parents are taking the sport seriously as a path to get college paid for, and as a result more money than ever is being spent on player development. Opportunities are far from scarce.
Dealing with cancelations and clients late to for their payments is never fun. You not only usually lose money, but it’s also a waste your time and quite frequently can add stress to your life. Let’s talk about how to deal with this and even better, set up a system to put the control back in your hands.
Setting your price point depends on a range of factors, the most important being the level of value you bring to the table. Yes, other factors such as location, time, type of session, and time of year can play a part, but value is first and foremost. Usually as your value and skill as a trainer goes up, so does demand, and thus, so does price. Now of course, this isn’t a direct relationship, and we all know some subpar trainers charging an arm and a leg, but it is a good rule of thumb: as value and results go up, price you can charge goes up as well. That’s exactly what this whole platform will help you do as a trainer/coach, increase your knowledge and value so you, in turn, become more valuable to the market.