People either move forward or they fall behind. We never stay the same. Things that coast or glide ultimately crash. We do not maintain our human condition, we evolve. As indoor cycling instructors in the top tier of our market nothing could be more important than grasping the above philosophy.
Now, assuming you have committed yourself to evolving as a CycleStar instructor we are left with the question of “how do we evolve?” I wish I could tell you it’s a natural progression of daily participation, but it’s not. If it was, talent would not be at a premium. Below are 3 traps that CycleStars need to watch out for, or they will stop evolving their class experience and eventually decline or regress into extinction.
Resisting Constructive Feedback.
Feedback is valuable to every successful business in the world. This is true in your classes as well. Companies spend hundreds of thousands of dollars every year to obtain feedback from their markets. When someone offers you feedback, take it serious, they are giving you the answers to the test. Please take this will grain of salt, be smart about using your feedback. For instance, don’t bend a 50 person class to satisfy one rider, rather incorporate and grow your class experience to expand more of what the people want. More simply put, don’t take things out of your class style because someone didn’t like it, get better at it.
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