A few years ago, a friend was giving a presentation to her friends and family.
It was the first time she’d ever used a personal trainer to help with fitness, but she’d heard of many online groups offering similar services.
It wasn’t long before a friend asked what they had to do.
“Well, I mean, what if I had a gym membership?” she asked.
The response was a moment of pure amazement.
“You can change the box size?”
“Then you can just fill it with all the things you want!”
She knew right away that this was a brilliant idea.
A gym membership was one of the most commonly-used forms of access control for fitness in the world.
But the issue is that a box doesn’t actually hold the actual exercise equipment.
It just contains the gym’s logo, sign, and a small barcode.
There are a few options to change that, but one of them has a lot of drawbacks.
One option is to change what you see in the box.
The most common method is to make your gym a member, which lets you enter your gym’s address, payment information, and more.
It’s not a huge step, but it does make it easier to manage.
Another option is simply to make the box smaller.
This is a method that is easier to follow and a less-cost-effective one, but there are plenty of reasons why this isn’t a great solution.
This is an excerpt from my new book, The Power of Small Things.