Link in my bio 👉🏼 @successdiaries
Checkout the Forbes article of my buddy @workwiththecoach and read his story of how he grew a following of 1.7Million followers!
Read the article at the link in my bio.
Ako ti želiš biti pobjednik, a ne gubitnik, ne smiješ nikada stati jer pobjednici nikada ne staju nego samo idu naprijed. Nikada ne odustaju i rade svaki dan na svojim ciljevima. Ti budi kao oni. Budi pobjednik! Dobro jutro i sve najbolje danas želi ti tvoj @jobbstr ❤️😊
Here's a bull's eye hit-tip from @marketplacefeb ----------
When you invest in improving your quality, your business will have no choice but to grow. While some people might want the inexpensive, there will always be a cohort that prefers higher quality and they will be more than willing to pay for it. Invest time into finding those people and give them your best.
Do you complain of being 'bored'? Maybe if you're bored, you just aren't spending your time doing things that excite you and you aren't pursuing your goals. Find your purpose, define your vision, set goals, and go make it happen! Boredom has no place in that paradigm.
Time to wind down after a busy week. What better way to do that on my non-training day than get my hair freshened up!💇 .
Testing out a new colour today - time to start thinking about what I really love so we can colour my extensions 🤗I'd kill for thick, luscious locks again! We'll see how this pans out. The team here kick ass so I am not at all worried about changing it up. Be sure to check out my SnapChat - TezShredz for more! ❤#GettinMyHairDid
Every now and then clients remind me how much I love my job. 💯
Everyone likes a good #flashbackfriday photo. Or at least it's good for me.
So i realised that today's exactly 52 weeks since my trial session in #teamV 😳 so I decided to have a wee look back to the way I had come so far. What can a person do in a year? Well, one can do 177 full #stairmaster sessions and countless reps on a squat rack. But one can also get out of their shell and that is the most important bit. I hadn't really imagine wearing something like I could this morning.
It has been tough ride so far but given me much more than I could ever imagine. I already mentioned a few times about life being completely overhauled (I'm writing this at 5:30am and that's a massive change in itself) but there is so much more than that - great people on the same journey, best way to unwind after a long day and get me through tough moments. Am I where I want to be? Hell no. For a while now, though, it's not about just the body journey anymore. It has taught me so much more than how to correctly lift dumbbells 💪🏻👌🏻
Big shout out to @vwilson_pt for helping me to get where I'm now, dealing with my moments of ridiculous detailing and perfectionism and keeping my focus right. Here's to all other years to come! 💃🏻👌🏻
Listen to the guru @luke.online tell is about this in his own words
How you start matters – more than you think.
Yes you could just wing it!
Most entrepreneurs will tell you ‘It doesn’t matter where you start as long as you start” and I know that’s true - but it is also ‘how’ you start that matters.
You need to know: What to do, What not to do, and when to do it.
. “On a wing and a prayer” is no recipe for success.
Find out how, when and why at: http://arthurluke.link/how
🔥This one's a killer, I love using it to finish off back and legs... solid unilateral work paired with isometric leg hold 🔥
Sit back in your invisible chair and try to keep your torso upright 😝... use a light weight and feel your quads light up 🎄😆
In magazine issue 40, we interviewed Kenneth "Hap" Klopp, Founder of the North Face.
Discover how he Built The North Face Into a Beloved Worldwide Brand.
In the late 1960s, when Kenneth "Hap" Klopp traded in his corporate aspirations for the life of an entrepreneur, the support network for such endeavors was not nearly what it is today. But Klopp knew he had what it took to run a successful company, and he was right.
After taking over from co-founders Douglas and Susie Tompkins in 1968, Hap Klopp spent the following 20 years as CEO using pre-Internet disruption and brand-building wizardry to turn The North Face into a global outdoor gear brand. Under his leadership, the company played a role in the growth of the outdoor recreation industry itself, and his journey as an entrepreneur is full of timeless wisdom that only comes from decades in the trenches.
Klopp got his start when he took over the family business, following the death of his father, while finishing his undergraduate degree at Stanford. He then went on to complete his MBA while orchestrating the sale of the company. After graduation, he went out to interview for positions, only to find that no one was willing to hire him. .
Hap’s focus was on consumer goods, marketing, sales and branding, which landed him an interview at Proctor and Gamble. During the course of the interview, he was introduced to the corporate mores that have pushed so many of us to pursue the life of an entrepreneur. In short, P&G expected each employee to wear a white shirt and tie every day, to refrain from the use of nicknames and to dutifully mind their post until an opportunity for advancement was presented. It was settled, Klopp was not cut out to work for anyone else. “I didn’t want any part of it…I didn’t fit into to it.” .
As we know, it’s not enough to simply want to break free from the corporate world—you must have a plan or at least a product. Klopp decided to pursue his passion for the great outdoors and acquired The North Face, at the time just two stores in Northern California beloved by a devoted niche of climbers & otherwise outdoorsy folks.