La fitness personal training sales
ASSISTANT PERSONAL TRAINING DIRECTOR (Full-Time) (Former Employee) – Ontario – 16 May 2017
Been some time since i left the company and although i learned a fair bit about human psychology, i think its definitely not for most people. No matter what kind of person you are, you will get run down very quick and the thought of leaving will happen sooner or later for everyone within their first couple months.
was promoted very fast in the company and thats something thats purely based on performance. That said, its definitely not the job that promotes a healthy dosage of work life balance. They expect you to put in the hours of an entrepreneur starting their own business. Although your technical hours of something like 8-9 ( with a break in-between), its sort of frowned upon if you leave at 9 and don't stay later, or get there for 7:50 and not earlier.
Leaving the company was something that was difficult for me considering i absolutely loved the people i worked it (liked them a little less at the time given the stress of the job) and they're some of my best friends to this day. However selling LAF personal training wasn't a product i believed in. If you have nothing else going on in your life and all you'll do is work and sleep, do it for the experience.
hours, pay if you don't hit bonus, annoying clients, annoying management.