Realistic Career Option – Coaching Youth Basketball

Youth basketball coaches are everywhere. Why? They love doing what they do! If it were up to them, they would engage coaching as a full-time career. The problem is they don’t know how to make this work.

I’m an out-of-the-box thinker. Anything is possible. No one should have to do something simply because that’s where the money is! As they say, do what you’re passionate about, and you’ll never work day in your life.

My desire is to create a resource that shows coaches how to run basketball camps as a legitimate career. The problem is many coaches don’t think it’s realistic. If this mental hurdle isn’t overcome, they’ll be stuck doing something that’s less than desirable.

In order to help coaches, an open mind is a must. Unfortunately, this is easier said than done. If a coach is comfortable with their “9-to-5” job, and someone presents  to them this opportunity, it may fall on deaf ears.

I pondered, what’s the best way to explain this opportunity to coaches.

Then one day, the answer hit me! Use the personal trainer model, with a few tweaks. Instead of working with 1 kid per hour, work with 20. Instead of charging $100/hour for 1 kid, charge $25/hour for 20 kids. By modeling your business this way, revenues would be $500/hour ($25/hour * 20 kids), as opposed to $100/hour (for 1 kid).

Now, run 8 sessions weekly. Your gross revenues would be $4,000 per week, as opposed to $800. That’s it! The answer to becoming a full-time youth basketball coach is to run basketball camps!

To show youth basketball coaches how this can become a reality, I’ve rolled out a masterclass entitled, “How to Earn a 6-Figure Income Running Basketball Camps Without Owning a Gym or Having Any Prior Experience”.

This masterclass is the exact same blueprint I’ve used to generate revenues in excess of 1.5 million dollars over 12 years. I’m now able to provide for my family by coaching youth sports via running basketball camps!