How to be a Popular and Successful Fitness Authority by Bret Contreras
Here is a great quote from this article:
" You’ll be in charge of training clients/athletes, training any trainers/coaches, staying up on the science, writing and editing blogposts and articles, filming and editing videos, promoting yourself and responding on social media, creating products, sending out newsletters, creating presentations, speaking at seminars, and more. The greater popularity you attain, the greater the criticism and expectations. People will essentially expect you to be a top notch strength coach with a mastery of biomechanics and physiology while regularly pumping out tons of free content that is error free and well presented and formatted. You’ll need to be tech-savvy and have good writing and speaking skills, in addition to good instincts concerning what’s important and relevant to the field and what’s not."
As I close in on my first full year as a strength coach I can take a lot from this. Hopefully you can too!
Three Lessons for Entrepreneurs From the Kansas City Royals by Rohit Arora
This article is good because it takes me back to the 2014 Royals' playoff run. It's got some good tips for business owners as well.