Every successful person in the world began with two simple beliefs: the future can be better than the present; and I have the power to make that happen!
Andy Martin, owner of Tri Pillar Fitness, would add, “The goal is not to be better at exercise, it’s to be better at LIFE.”
I began the interview by asking him how his business was coping with Covid-19.
I wasn’t expecting the answer he gave.
“I miss coaching in house so I’m really excited to open back up when we’re able to, but we pivoted to online Zoom meetings and haven’t really looked back,” he says.
And indeed he hasn’t looked back. That one answer meant the next four questions I had didn’t even need to be asked.
So we spent the next half hour talking about his views on working out instead.
It’s not really an approach to working out so much as an approach to life.
Be better at life, not the exercise.
Do something, every day.
Not every day has to be a personal best, nor will every day BE a personal best. There’s absolutely a time and place for spending short periods of time working out VERY hard, but not every workout has to be like that.
But get up and do something.
Because the habit is more important than any one particular workout, and if you’re not having fun at it, why bother?
So if you’re looking for a way to have a little more fun in your workouts, click here, and talk to Andy today!
Would you like to know what the secret to success really is?
Show up. Do the work. Don’t be afraid to fail.
Chris Hambrick, owner of Penny Lane Boutique, embodies that very sentiment.
Open since February of 2013 and at her current location on Stadium Drive in Clemmons since March of 2016, Chris is well versed in the reality of running an upscale boutique and gets right to the point.
“You know,” she says as we begin the interview, “In any business, the owner gets paid last.”
It takes a lot of heart to run a business during good economic times, but to be faced with the uncertainties we’re faced with today? It takes more than just heart.
You have to love what you do.
And it’s apparent that Chris loves what she does. Stop by and visit her webpage and you can see for yourself.
Like a lot of other small businesses, Chris had to make adjustments. Now offering a larger selection of her inventory online and assisting with curbside pick-up of online orders has helped her to stay open.
Let’s help her stay open
That’s why I’m asking you to click here or come visit her at 6311 Stadium Dr, Suite B in Clemmons.