How Do My Friends & Family Join?
It all starts with a desire to help the ones we love and care about most, in our lives.
We want them to be happy and live a great life. We want them to be health, wealthy, and wise ;)
…all we want for them is the very best!
We, also, know about a great community, of like-minded folks, working hard everyday to be a better version of themselves. A place where we are offered a daily opportunity to grow and develop our character by being challenged physically, mentally… and occasionally… emotionally. A place that encourages mastery of our minds and bodies. A place that encourages virtuosity - doing the common uncommonly well - teaching skill and technique, offering opportunity for practice, trial and error, failure, discovery, and success!
This place we cherish, this community, is Iron Phoenix Athletics.
But it’s more than just the facility… or the equipment… or the workouts of the day (WOD)... it’s the people and relationships. Not everybody is deeply connected with everybody, but definitely with somebody, and that somebody is likely a person [or a few people] whom you may never had encountered outside of these walls. That somebody has likely impacted and enriched your life in some significant way. We’ve all experienced it. Now we want other folks to experience it too, but how do we introduce them to all of this?
How do we share this idea with others? How do we introduce our loved ones and close friends, the people we want to be surrounded by, to this community?
It all starts with a referral.
Tell your coach about this person, these people. Share their contact information or give them your coach’s contact info.
Our first step is to schedule a free introductory interview.
(which you can attend with them...we actually encourage it!)
We refer to this first meeting as an “interview” because it’s all about getting to know them and allowing them to get to know us. We want to find out is we are a “right fit” before they ever commit to anything. We want to ensure we can provide them with the knowledge they seek and the experience they want. If not, we want them to know that up front. We know we are not right for everyone and cannot meet everyone’s goals. They need to know that too, so we ask a lot of questions and give a lot of answers to their questions. It usually takes 30 minutes to an hour.
Our expectation is that by the end of our meeting together they are comfortable giving a solid “YES” and are ready to get enrolled! Anything else is likely a “No”...at least for now...
(Of course, we'll always be here for you when you're ready!)
*Please feel free to email any of your ideas, suggestions, or writings you would like to see added or discussed in future newsletters here: firstname.lastname@example.org