In this episode, I talk about how crucial support and managing our emotions are when it comes to finding success in business. I underline how vital it is to have coaches and mentors in our lives to give us that much-needed boost and to point out the things we might not be able to see by ourselves. I also discuss the perils of getting stuck in the "valley of despair" and basing our decisions on our emotions. I open up about my own journey and share the valuable lessons I've picked up throughout my experiences. I'd love to hear your takeaways. Send me a message @bsimpsonfitness!
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In this episode, I will discuss the paradoxes of success and how to integrate them into your business. I will share 10 seemingly contradictory experiences that I have observed in my own coaching containers and in the fitness industry. I emphasize the importance of taking action, measuring performance, and caring about everything and nothing at the same time. I will also discuss the illusion of time, the power of a polished brand, the balance between working less and working efficiently, and the importance of creating content that is both valuable and personal. Finally, I will conclude by discussing the decision to delegate, automate, or delete tasks in order to maximize resources and achieve success.
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Logan Dube, Director of Education for the Pain-Free Performance Specialist Certification, discusses their journey from athlete to trainer and educator. The certification serves both new and experienced trainers, focusing on addressing pain and helping clients navigate their fitness goals. Logan emphasizes the importance of understanding pain as information and empowering clients to take an active role in their fitness journey. The certification covers screening, assessing, coaching, cueing, and programming movement, with a focus on individualized approaches. Logan also highlights the role of effective coaching in helping clients learn and progress in their fitness journey. Connect with Logan on Instagram at @logan.3dfit and learn more about the certification at getppsc.com.
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John Sheridan, owner of Burley Strength gym in Canberra, Australia, shares his journey from powerlifter to coach. He emphasizes the importance of creating an inclusive environment and offering a third gender division in competitions. John also organizes novice competitions to introduce people to powerlifting and discusses the positive impact of training on his own life. He highlights the value of coaching and the need to be adaptable and empathetic to clients' goals and needs. John reflects on the transition from athlete to coach and discusses his current training for a 24-hour mountain bike race. Follow John on Instagram for updates on his training and journey.
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John is the owner & head coach at Burley Strength. He has been...
You've likely heard of Fit2Fat2Fit over the years and the reason being is that he's gained a substantial amount of weight over a short period of time and lost it all on purpose not only once, but TWICE! First in his 30's and then in his 40's to gain deeper understanding of other people's experiences. Drew Manning joins us on the podcast to talk about the insights these life experiences gave him. Being able to understand the emotional aspects that can make weight loss difficult better equipped him to teach people how to love themselves instead of starting their journey out of self hate. You're going to love this episode!
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Drew Manning is a NY Times Best Selling Author of the book, Fit2Fat2Fit and is best known for his Fit2Fat2Fit.com experiment that went viral online. He's been featured on shows like Good Morning America, The View and many more....
Knowing when to pivot in life is key to having a rewarding career in any industry. In this episode, Steph shares a little about how she made the shift from working as a teacher in the classroom to working as a coach online. She also talks about what helped guide her to working specifically with women over 40. You're going to find that there are a lot of key talking points to listen to if you are someone who works with women or is looking to better your health as an athlete.
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Steph Gaudreau helps women athletes over 40 fuel themselves better so they get stronger, increase their energy, and perform better in the gym.
She’s a Nutritional...
Joining me today is Dr. Mike DeMille of Divergence Physical Therapy and Wellness. Mike shares with me his experiences on how a sports injury led him to wanting to enter the world of physical therapy himself. Mike talks to me all about the Postural Restoration Institute (PRI) and receiving your PRC certification. We also dive into how to simplify complex concepts and the implementation involved. Our conversation covers how that applies to FitPros, athletes of varying levels, and even in regards to our gen-pop clients.
You'll hear Mike and I discuss:
- Who can get PRC certified.
- When to expect a client result.
- One of the most important things that separates a successful coach from the rest.
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Mike DeMille is a Postural Restoration Certified practitioner who treats patients dealing with chronic pain and progresses his patients back to an active lifestyle...
"It all comes down to what works will for you in terms of your learning style."
In this episode, I will go through the types of guidance that you can find to help you grow as an entrepreneur. There are many different types offered by a variety of coaches that range from financial to spiritual.
1. The pros and cons between various types of avenues of learning, including 1-on-1 coaching, DIY, and a Mastermind.
2. Three key qualities that a successful person has.
3. Tips on how much money you should consider allocating toward your educational growth.
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"Every person that comes into Rhapsody, whether they're a member or not ... I think I can say, hands down, they would say, 'Man, they are probably the most welcoming community that I've been a part of.' And that's purposeful."
In today's episode of the PT Profit Podcast, I had the privilege of speaking with Alan Shaw of Rhapsody Fitness in Charleston, SC. We talk all about the pure humanity of fitness and the sense of belonging that can be fostered. Given a lot of what's been going on in the world over the past year, it was so fantastic to talk to Alan about an organization that fully embraces that and strives to better their community.
We get into sales. We get into training. We discuss staffing, clients, and what it would take for Rhapsody to expand. And we talk about attitude, outreach and truly seeing each other and supporting each other as human beings.
You'll hear Alan and I discuss:
- How important authenticity is from the front desk to...