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Sep 26, 2018

"Downtime is not unproductive. What is unproductive is spending your downtime in ways that are not particularly meaningful or enjoyable to you" 

In today's episode, we welcome on Laura Vanderkam. Laura is an author who has written some excellent books and her newest release is one I loved called Off The Clock, a book all about how we can better manage our time. It's one of those books I was more than happy to read twice as I took so much away from it and in this interview, we get into where Laura's fascination about TM comes from, how she sets up and plans her day & week, what she would recommend to someone who is just starting to think about better managing their time and much more. 

  • Why time management is such a big topic nowadays.
  • If she thinks it's harder to manage nowadays.
  • What Laura still struggles with when it comes to managing her time.
  • Why she tracks her time and has done for over 3 years now.
  • What big lessons she's learnt about time management since she's been studying it.
  • How she sets up her week and day.
  • Why she thinks a good idea to try tracking your time.
  • Why stepping back and reflecting can make you feel like you have more time.
  • How to use the concept of savouring to improve your life.
     

Laura's Site

Off The Clock Book

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Sep 19, 2018

In this episode, of the podcast, we welcome on Mike James from The Endurance Physio. If you're an LTB member you'll have no doubt seen Mike commenting and posting some incredibly useful info in our FB group over the last two months. He's incredibly knowledgeable when it comes to all things endurance sports and injuries and that's exactly where we take this conversation!

  • How Mike got started with The Endurance Physio.
  • What he thinks separates the people who take part in extreme endurance.
  • How PT's can help endurance clients who get injured.
  • What most injuries come down to in endurance sports.
  • How we can encourage active management of injuries with our clients.
  • Why it's so important that you build up a referral network in your local area and how to go about doing this.
  • Are PT's skilled enough to work with endurance athletes?
  • Does what we do as trainers actually help reduce injury?
  • How do we ensure that the training we're doing doesn't interfere with their endurance training?
  • Some misconceptions around running form and stretching.

Mike's Website

Mike's FB

 

Sep 11, 2018

In today's episode, we welcome on Ryan Doris. Ryan is a world class bodybuilder and powerlifter. He is an incredibly deep thinker and we delve into a whole host of cool topics today including overwhelm, what tools he is using to help his life, how he managing being deep into bodybuilding prep and much more. 

 

Ryan's Site

IG- @thenattypro

YT- Youtube.com/thenattypro

Email- Ryan@fortiseq.com

Sep 5, 2018
"99% of sales comes way before the close. The sale will take care of itself if you take care of people" -- Elias Scarr
 
Elias is the membership director at Results Fitness, the gym which previous podcast guest Alwyn Cosgrove runs. As he is the membership director when it comes to sales and the consultation process he knows his stuff inside out. 
 
If you listen to this episode, here are a few big things I picked up:
- Comparing being an expert vs being good enough in the numerous things that personal trainers need to do.
- Creating a benefits list for getting over self-worth issues.
- Making the asking for money stage as easy as asking a friend for money for something you have paid for by focussing on building the relationship.
- Reframing objections as buying signals, which can be fixed.
 
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