In this episode, I work through strategies for finding your ideal work, life, and YOU balance.
Often we get sucked way too deep into the work aspect and as a result, everything else suffers including the you time that we all need.
Don't forget that your happiness has to come first or the rest of your life and those around you will suffer!
Find your balance in work, your family and spend time on YOU!
In this episode, of the People Project, I talk with Stuart Brauer about his adventures in the fitness industry and what he's done to go from selling fake report cards in high school to college to the Globo gym industry to park Bootcamp operator and finally to creating his own dynamic!
What's really holding you back from being able to sell or build relationships
The cold calculated sales driven Globo gym industry
From the underground CrossFit world to the Urban MVMT philosophy
And of course being disruptive in a world where everyone is doing the same thing
Find out more about Stu: www.wtfgymtalk.com www.urbanmvmnt.com
This week I'm joined by Kristi Duarte, where we talk about religion and not in a traditional sense.
Rather we had an incredibly insightful conversation on the growth of religions, ideas that have come about to increase conversions and methods that have evolved to maximize retention.
Neither she nor I came from a heavy religious background or upbringing, but she was inspired by a story of a traveler who experienced similar stories from different parts of the world.
In this episode,
I talk with Jessica Page about her life, finding a love for fitness, opening a gym and getting married in the same year, facing 2 bankruptcies along the way and finally pulling out of it and selling her gym.
To pursue the S3 supplement success system and her new project Grind to Glory.
This is an incredibly insightful and powerful look,
Into the often hidden, emotionally taxing and depressing world of entrepreneurship and small business ownership...
In this episode of the People Project I sit down with my friend Gus and we talk through his struggles, wins and everything in between.
Starting with seeing initial success in his life, losing it all through gambling and injury, contemplating suicide and finding a way to get the drive and heart to make a commitment to pulling out of it all and living his dream!
In this episode, I sit down with Sean Pastuch from Active Life.
We talk about mistakes he made, the journey to building what he has today
and all the disasters (literally, we talk about a hurricane at one point) that happened along the way,
his road to personal development and soul searching to find out who he is and what truly makes him happy
and drives him to continue to pursue a great life!
Find out more about Sean at Activelife.com
In this episode, I sit down with Jim Crowell from OPEX Fitness again and talk about:
Finding your ideal clients
Understanding who you can and can't work with
Why people are looking to build better versions of themselves
What the why behind what people want really is
And creating a consistent experience people both want and need
and what you can do to make a great experience that scales across the board for customers and staff!
You can find more information about OPEX Fitness here: https://opexfit.com/
In this episode of the people project, I sit down and talk with Tyson Sharpe an Emotional Fitness Coach.
We talk about how you can wire your brain to overcome fear when you feel stuck
And how the quality of the action you take leads to the quality of emotion you feel.
Finally that you can plan and visualize your future from the present
In this episode, I sit down with Eli Kerr the Founder of Gnarly Nutrition.
He's an interesting guy who started in business and went the route of recreation therapy with a focus on wilderness and adventure therapy
and ultimately ended up founding a supplement company focused on whole health and nutrition products!
We talk the theory of flow, his story and how recreation therapy ended up being a major contributing factor in the way Gnarly was formed.
In this episode, of the People Project, I sit down with Jim Crowell CEO of OPEX an organization that provides the next level of education for professional coaches and gym owners.
We talk about what it takes to build a successful gym, why people tend to connect with people, what the long-term game looks like, why branding is so incredibly important, Sales and why faking the funk with your brand doesn't make any sense!
In this episode, I talk with Chris Mello about his journey from Southern California to South Dakota back to Southern California and finally back to South Dakota and why he ended up where he is at now.
Then we dive into why you need to enjoy life in the way that makes the most sense to you and always work to be the best version of you!
Finally, we dive into Chris's core concepts of:
Temperate which means discipline
Sober of Mind which means serious,
Vigilante which means determined,
Cautious which means careful
and it all comes down to humility!
Welcome to the brand new #ChansLogic People Project where I interview interesting people from all over the world and from all walks of life!
In this very first episode, I interview my good friend Heath and we talk about his journey to opening a few different gyms, transitioning out of those...
And finally opening and building out his latest facility in the dream he's always imagined!
Want to be a guest? Fill out this form > https://goo.gl/forms/WH9aquw9OMCNzIt52
In business and in our lives we often move our direction to what seems like the right place or to where we can help others or even worse to what other people think or say is the right way.
The key to getting past all of this is to understand that you need a specific purpose and a simple path to follow.
If you stray from that path it becomes incredibly difficult to become successful!
Focus on the direction that is your core competency and core belief and work to only stray away if you're successful and testing new grounds!
In this episode, we talk about why we should start focusing on being kind rather than judging people based on our own preconceived thoughts, ideas, and feelings.
Kindness starts with being empathetic and putting yourself in other people's shoes before you make judgemental calls about them or their appearance!
In this episode, we talk about the Elephant and the Rider or the two different ways people think and react to situations, information and the content we put in front of them.
The Elephant is the irrational, brash and emotional side of the brain. While the rider is the analytical, thoughtful and critical thinking side of the brain.
When dealing with people in business, marketing, politics etc we have to learn to speak to the elephant first or the rider will quickly be pushed aside and become overwhelmed.
In this episode of my podcast, I talk about something that has been on my mind lately after a great question I answered a few weeks ago. In this podcast, I go over the strategy to build and create calls to action that drive the right leads to your business and not just random leads.
It all comes down to building an effective relationship and telling the stories your best customers can't wait to tell!
I hope you like it as much as I enjoyed talking about it! Please leave a review if you listen to it!