Erin Kelly is the Chief Strategy Officer for Brick Bodies
Craig Weber is the author of the bestselling book, Conversational Capacity: The Key To Building Successful Teams That Perform When The Pressure Is On (McGraw-Hill, 2013). An expert on the subjects of conversational capacity and adaptive learning, he helps people, teams, and organizations dramatically improve their performance by treating dialogue as a discipline.
Jeffrey Gitomer is the Author of 15 best-selling books including the Little Gold Book of YES! Attitude, Little Red Book of Sales Answers, Little Red Book of Selling and many more! He has been elected to the speaker Hall of Fame, he is the Self crowned king of sales and he is the co-host of the Sell or Die podcast.
Travis Jones is the Founder and CEO of Result Based Training (RBT) Gyms and the co-founder (alongside his wife Liv Jones) of Think Tank, Attain Digital and If Not Now Then When.
Ann Marie Barbour the co-founder of Soul Body LLC and Co-Creator of SoulBody Barre, SoulBody Barre “Unhitched” and SoulBody Power group fitness programs.
Ryan Mesanz is the Chief Technology Officer of Anytime Fitness. Ryan leads a team that includes 60 developers, designers and infrastructure engineers, so unsurprisingly our focus topic for today is technology!
Candace Sweatt is the Director of Member Services for Crunch Fitness. During the episode we discuss leveraging technology for solutions across every area of the business.
Francesca Schuler is the Chief Executive Officer at In-Shape Health Clubs, a California-based chain of over 65 full services health clubs.
Raj Sareen is an entrepreneur, scientist, and inventor who currently leads a fast-growing wellness technology start-up Styku. With a BS in Space Sciences, and an MS in Physics, Raj spent much of his academic career focused on learning about the physical world we live in and the universe above.
Paul Bowman is a passionate fitness industry professional who serves as CEO of Wexer, the global leader in the world of virtual fitness. His passion is never more evident than when discussing Wexer’s company mission: to help health club operators stay relevant in an increasingly digital world by embracing technology, rather than seeing it as a competitive threat.