Hi again Sarah,
One last suggestion for you since I noticed that you are a relatively new trainer. As you gain experience and clients, both your knowledge base and your training preferences will expand. What you love specifically now may evolve over time, so one thing to keep in mind for naming your LLC is not only going with your passion, but thinking ahead to the future. If you go too specific now,then you may weed out possible clients who may be a good fit for you.
Last, you will likely develop a following based on you and your training and not your LLC name. 🙂
It’s a fun process so enjoy–and keep us posted.
Hello Sarah Cullinan,
You may be able to avoid more registration fees by using your name, then you don’t have the fictitious name registration fee. No worries, you can always update your name and logo if need be; this is where using your name would prevent that scenario. You will find more ideas here:
Have fun brainstorming,
Natalie aka NAPS 2 B Fit.
Without having more specifics… I would suggest considering who you want as clients.
Who is your perfect client?
What do they do? eat? play? etc.
Then come up with a name that you believe captures that audience.
I agree with Christine and Harris about being authentic to who you are.
Good luck. I know it is stressful, but also soooooo exciting.