Episode: How to Move up the Ladder from Personal Trainer to Facility Manager


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How to Move up the Ladder from Personal Trainer to Facility Manager

Starting in the fitness industry, becoming a new employee, leaving your baggage at the door, moving up the ladder, floor training, personal training certifications, facility management, patience, high turnover rates, being reliable, mastery, exposing yourself to challenges and the possibility of failure, bootcamp programs, leaving a legacy, exiting gracefully, choosing your perspective, empathy, negotiating, trial periods, and being your own business 



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