Thank you so much for your interest in my work and Girls Gone Strong. I am honored that you value my experience and want my advice.
That said, I receive hundreds of inquiries weekly via email, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and other social media about the path I took to create my career, and how I built the Girls Gone Strong community and brand.
In my heart, I would love to help everyone who reaches out to me. My focus is on building Girls Gone Strong into a movement that reaches and helps as many women as possible. Between building Girls Gone Strong and being responsible for creating content for multiple platforms, in addition to my personal and family obligations, responding to all of these requests is not possible.
In addition, I am not an expert in the field of building a brand or business online. It’s not what I am passionate about, and I don’t offer these services or coach others on how to do it.
I’ve worked day and night for almost a decade to lay the foundation to build Girls Gone Strong. If you’re interested in learning more about my journey, you can read this article, but please know that your path will not be the same as mine.
I’m not the right person to ask for advice in building your fitness business or brand. However, I have two amazing friends who are!
If you’re a trainer or in-person fitness professional, and you’re interested in building your business (and possibly making some income on the side by training clients online or building your blog) Jon Goodman’s The Personal Trainer Development Center is your spot. I highly recommend his books Ignite The Fire, and The Personal Trainer Pocketbook. He covers everything from how to be better at your job, to how to build your business, and he is brilliant.
If you’re interested in focusing more on your online business, my good friend Jill Coleman will show you the way. She runs an incredible coaching club called Best of You. She covers everything: finding your voice, building your brand, how to use social media to grow your brand, creating products online, and more.
In short, I’m beyond flattered that you want to learn from me, and I’m happy to point you in the right direction by referring you to the people who can best help you.
Thank you so much for understanding, and best of luck.