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Unlock Your Business & Your Full Potential By Taking Control of Procrastination


Some people are incredibly productive.

Do you know someone like this...

...they knock off work early because they've gotten everything done on time
...they set goals and hit them more often than not.
...and they win in business, while having an active family life.

How is it that they get so much done in such little time? They don't procrastinate.

Now, just about everyone will deal with procrastination from time to time.

If you Google "stop procrastination," you'll get over 19 million results.

Procrastination is an especially big challenge for fitness entrepreneurs.

Yet most people don't understand where procrastination comes from.

Procrastination is defined as the action of postponing something, usually a task we want to avoid.

According to many social scientists, procrastination occurs when a person has a challenge with "emotional self-regulation."

When we associate boredom, anxiety, fear or frustration with a certain task, we tend to avoid doing it.

The problem is, putting...

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Why Don't You Believe in Yourself?

There is one thing I've learned from talking to hundreds of clients (and potential clients) is that a lot of them don't believe in themselves.
They say they do, but ultimately actions speak louder than words. Their actions show they're just plain scared to get started or fill themselves with all kinds of self-doubt.
Listen, I get it, I've been there.
I remember when I started my first studio with less than one handful of clients that followed me from my previous job. I didn't want to tell anyone what I was doing or "steal" clients, so I was starting from scratch. The clients that followed me hunted me down. :)
Looking back, I had to take a leap of faith. I was signing a 5-year lease and invested what little my wife and I had at only 27 years old.
Oh, and did I mention that I quit my personal training job the last week in August of 2001. It was only a few weeks later I was sitting in my living room working on opening my studio...
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