Luke is an international level Powerlifter and personal trainer - I was so PUMPED for him to take the self-guided course because I knew the investment would take him to the next level, both in his business and personally. He was able to use some down time during the COVID-19 shutdown to complete the course and is seeing immediate benefits with his clients. He also used the course content for some small tweaks in his own nutrition taking him to world-record levels of strength (I won't take full credit here because I didn't actually lift the weight, but I feel at least partially responsible hah).
This course was created to take people with a basic understanding of nutrition and human performance and give them the tools and strategies they need to run a fully functioning nutrition...
In times of chaos, we question everything.
How do I work in this uncertainty?
Am I truly living my life like I want to?
How will I provide for my family?
I’ve been lucky enough to develop the skills and have the support to create a career that I love.
Everyday I get to educate and help others improve in ways I’m very passionate about.
But it’s even more fulfilling, when you can do this AND provide for your family.
Talking income is something I’ve shied away from in the past - it’s a bit taboo, but it’s important to highlight how you can turn your passion into a career, while still providing for your family.
The first time I made $10,000 in a month was April 2016. It’s been a full 4-years since then, but I’ve gained a lot of insight into how this is possible and how to repeat it.
Here are three things I’ve found to be COMPLETE GAME CHANGERS when it comes to levelling up your business...
Looking back on this Easter Monday, I'm realizing I've worked a lot of holidays and basically in non-traditional ways, like from home, but also the truck, hotel room, coffee shop, and currently the garage, since 2015.
Setting yourself up for success in these scenarios is more than just "Should I shower today?"
Here's what I've discovered works best when trying to work from home:
Just because you don't have a task master, doesn't mean you are off the hook! To be productive, set a routine around when you will work and what that will look like. Be specific.
I like to tick off a lot of small around the house tasks before I start - helps build momentum and start the day off right.
Structure is the antidote to chaos.
2) Set boundaries.
A routine to start is essential, but a routine to stop is just as important. It's easy for your work to spill into everything - before you know it you are working from the couch all the time and free time doesn't exist.