Having mentors is key to success and expediting the learning curve in all areas of life. If you ask any great leaders that have left a legacy, we promise they will tell you they had mentors. In this episode, we were interviewed by Rob Nunnery on the Fail On Podcast Show. We talked about the importance of having mentors, how mentors have been key to our success and changed our mindset, why we feel too many people are playing small, and much more.
You could be having the worst day and all you need to do is get a good laugh in to change your mood. In this episode we interviewed the one and only Jack Vale, an iconic Youtube prankster, comedian, and family man. In this interview Jack talks about why humor, comedy, and laughing everyday are a necessary daily ingredient, why it's important to stand out, how he got into pranking people, and much more.
Have you ever wanted to be Deeply in Love, in a Rocking Relationship, and have Soulful Sex? In this episode we brought back the talented and beautiful Melissa Ambrosini to our show to talk about her new book "Open Wide" where she discusses how to acquire deep love, how to improve your relationships with your significant other, why sex is so important in a relationship, and much much more.
In this solo round episode we go DEEP and talk about our wins and losses from the past year, what we learned from those losses, and why failing is ok. We also talk about our vision for 2018 and goals and why it's so important to stick to your Vision.
In today's episode we are sharing an interview we did with Mike Arce on his show GSD where he asked us How To Grow an Online Personal Training Business.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
-How we went from charging clients $150-$1,000
-Our #1 Focus in our online training business
-What sets the Dynamic Duo apart from other trainers
-The exact questions we ask during a sales process
-Our ninja marketing tips to get more clients
-And a TON more
In today's society many business owners are looking for instant gratification, nobody wants to play the long game to success. In this episode we talk with John Leslie Brown, the son of the Legendary Motivational Speaker Les Brown about How To Build a 100-Year Plan and why it's so important for business owners to have a long term vision.
Sanja Hatter, a Wife, Mother, Entrepreneur, and the Co-Founder of Thrive Make Money Matter talks about how she Developed More Confidence in herself by taking action on her fears. Sanja also goes more in depth on her first time speaking at her own conference to over 1k people, her first bikini contest and how that gave her more confidence, and how she balances out all that she does while being a wife and super mom.
In Episode 85 we discuss The Biggest Issues in Fitness and Why Coaches are failing Today. This original interview was done by our friend Juma Iraki of Iraki Nutrition Podcast where he interviewed us. We also discuss in this episode how to get away from black and white thinking in fitness, how to develop relationships with clients, and how to level up using The New Era of Fitness.
Dan Fleyshman, an Investor, Philanthropist, Author, Speaker, and Entrepreneur discusses how to set-up your business today for under $1,000 dollars and why getting started is half the battle. Dan also shares his amazing story, why having humility as a business owner is key, why saying "NO" more often is a good thing, his mission to give back to his charities, and much more.
Are you a Personal Trainer that is tired of trading time for dollars, feels like your on an island, don't have a vision, but want to get started as an Online Fitness Coach and help more people? In this episode we are sharing our 2 part video we did and sharing our 5 Ways To Get Started as an Online Fitness Coach.
In episode 83 we had the pleasure of interviewing Caryn Nicole Paolini, an IFBB Pro Bikini Competitor, Coach, and Entrepreneur about How Fitness Saved Her Life. Caryn really went in depth in this episode about how she left her career being a School Psychologist to a Fitness Entrepreneur, her experience with competing and tips for competitors, how she is helping build a school for orphans, and much more.
Dr. Bill Campbell and Associate Exercise Science professor at USF talks about how he went from a career in Sales to Bodybuilding Researcher and Academia. Bill also talks about the importance of family, his core values, daily routine, and his vision for his program at the University of South Florida.
In this solo round episode we revisit and share our entire story. We talk about how we got through the dark times of losing our father at age 17, lost our grandmother 3 months after, how our mother turned to alcoholism, how we masked our pain by building our business, and how our coaches helped us see the light. We also share 6 actions steps on how we overcame our adversity and much more.
James Swanwick, the CEO and Founder of "The Swannie Blue Blocker Glasses" talks about how to accelerate your learning curve by hiring mentors and how certain mentors like Tai Lopez changed his life and business. James also talks about why he left his ESPN Sports Anchor job, how his sleep glasses can improve your sleep quality, his daily routine, and much more.
Mike Arce, host of the GSD Show, founder of Loud Rumor, a Social Media Marketing Wiz, and Entrepreneur talks about how he went from being a personal trainer to creating a seven figure social media marketing agency. Mike also discusses how to shift and make changes as a business owner, the getting shit done attitude, why fear is just an illusion, and why he had to change as a person.
Do you ever feel like you are playing small as a coach and business owner? We know we used to when we first started our business. In this episode we breakdown 3 Tips to Holding Yourself Accountable as a Coach and Business Owner. We also discuss why having coaches can take your business to the next level, expedite your learning curve, how to acquire a growth mindset, and much much more.
In episode 77 Felicia Romero, a fitness enthusiast and entrepreneur shares her story about overcoming body dysmorphia, anxiety, depression, and following her heart. Felicia also talks about the importance of speaking your truth, being your authentic self, and how to work smarter, not harder as a business owner.
Ever wonder How to be in Alignment with your Passion and Purpose in Life? In episode 76, Jeff Nippard a health enthusiast, coach, and youtuber talks about why he chose his current path in life instead of pursuing Dental school. Jeff also discusses why he enjoys creating Youtube videos, what his passion and purpose are, and his vision going forward.
Fitness should no longer be looked at as black and white, under a microscope, and be held on a pedestal. In this episode Sohee Lee, an author, speaker, coach, and entrepreneur talks about the importance of being both mentally and physically fit in today's fitness era, her new book "Eat, Lift, and Thrive", and how she overcame her eating disorder plus much more.