MR OLYMPIA MINDSET | Eye Opening Interview with FOUR Mr. Olympia Winners

MR OLYMPIA MINDSET | Eye Opening Interview with FOUR Mr. Olympia Winners

MR.OLYMPIA MINDSET! Eye Opening Interviews with 4 MR. OLYMPIA WINNERS: Ronnie Coleman 8x Champion, Phil Heath 7x Champion, Dorian Yates 6x Champion, Brandon Curry 2019 Champion and Flex Wheeler 4x Arnold Classic Champion.

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Ronnie Coleman

Coleman is an American retired professional bodybuilder. The winner of the Mr. Olympia title for eight years in a row, he is widely regarded as one of the greatest bodybuilders of all time.

Phil Heath


Heath is an American IFBB professional bodybuilder and former Mr. Olympia. He is a seven-time Mr. Olympia winner, having placed first in the competition every year from 2011 to 2017.

Dorian Yates

Yates won the Mr. Olympia title six consecutive times from 1992 to 1997. He has the fifth-highest number of Mr. Olympia awards of all time, thus ranking behind Ronnie Coleman, Lee Haney, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Phil Heath.

Brandon Curry

He is the 15th Mr Olympia. He currently holds the title of the 2019 Mr. Olympia.

Flex Wheeler

He won the Arnold Classic a then-record four times and was once described by Arnold Schwarzenegger as one of the greatest bodybuilders he had ever seen. Ronnie Coleman has stated that Wheeler was the best bodybuilder he competed against.

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How the Cofounder of Anytime Fitness Built 4,000 Locations

Most small business owners are never taught how to be a manager or a leader. As a result, they never learn to lead a team. And unless you can lead your team, you can never get the leverage required to build a big and profitable company.

On the Small Business Radio Show this week, Chuck Runyon, the Co-Founder of Anytime Fitness discusses how he grew his company to 4,000 franchise locations in 50 countries (including Antarctica). For example, Chuck discusses how mindset matters, how to seek trusted feedback and how to practice self-disclosure.  An alternative to big-box gyms, the company runs smaller, neighborhood clubs featuring convenience, affordability, quality equipment and non-intimidating facilities.

Chuck discussed the five lessons for entrepreneurs seeking to become a better leader:

1. Mindset Matters

As a first step, Chuck suggests getting in tune with your emotions. He says “no matter how you’re feeling, welcome those feelings. Question what’s causing them, and then seek to understand them. By knowing your emotions, personality, habits, and values, you’ll be better able to manage your stress, reactions, and overall decision-making.”

2. Seek Trusted Feedback

Chuck believes that all leaders need feedback to be successful. He adds that “by gathering feedback from different sources, inside and outside of the office, you’ll begin to discover behavior patterns that might impact your effectiveness. Be willing to see yourself through another person’s eyes will give you invaluable insight on how your mannerisms, emotions, and communication style affect others and your business.”

3. Practice Self-disclosure

Chuck reminds us that good leaders are not afraid to be vulnerable with their employees.  He reiterates that “being vulnerable is not a sign of weakness.  It’s an acknowledgment that nobody is perfect — and your employees will respect and appreciate you for it.  Engage in storytelling, share personal information, be silly with your staff, and have one-on-one meetings to allow for more honest conversations.  Allowing staff to get to know you on a personal level affects the way they see you. You’ll learn more about yourself and how others view you.”

4. Know your Team and Build Them Up

People quit bosses not companies. Chuck states that “seventy-nine percent of employees quit due to a lack of appreciation from their leaders. Get in the weeds with them, celebrate their wins, and be there for them if they fail. Encourage and empower them to take risks in order to continue improving and advancing. Provide opportunities for professional development such as conferences, events, and courses for personal growth. Your business is only as strong as your people.”

5. Measure your Growth

Finally, Chuck encourages small business owners to “take a moment to reflect on where you started, where you are now, and how you got there. Consider journaling, meditation, or mentorship to allow for natural reflection. If you journal, go back and read where you were a year, three years, or five years ago. Seeing how much you’ve grown will encourage you to strive for more. By measuring your growth and becoming aware of your progress and accomplishments, you can set more realistic goals to achieve as you grow yourself and your business.”

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Small Businesses Add 94,000 Jobs from December to January

The historic low unemployment and sustained job growth is continuing as 2020 begins the year with a bang. According to the January 2020 ADP Small Business Report, the private sector employment for the segment increased by 94,000 new jobs.

January 2020 ADP Small Business Report

Overall ADP is reporting a total of 291,000 jobs in January. This is almost 100K more than December’s 202K jobs. On the other hand, the franchise report was also positive, adding 45,100 jobs for the month.

The good news for small businesses is the strong economy is creating more opportunities. This includes the signing of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) by President Trump on January, 29.

The new agreement will give small businesses exporting to Canada and Mexico fewer regulations and more prospects to grow their business. Furthermore, there is more optimism regarding the trade dispute with China. The signing of Phase One by President Trump is moving the talks forward to end the trade dispute completely.

Ahu Yildirmaz, vice president and co-head of the ADP Research Institute, further explains the data in this month’s report. Yildirmaz points out, “Job creation was strong among midsized companies, though small companies enjoyed the strongest performance in the last 18 months.”

She goes on to say, “Goods producers added jobs, particularly in construction and manufacturing, while service providers experienced a large gain, led by leisure and hospitality.”

Small Business Report

The 94,000 jobs by small businesses come from companies with fewer than 49 employees. And the bulk of the jobs or 68,000 of them come from organizations with 20 – 49 employees.

As usual, the service-providing sector is responsible for creating the most jobs with 71,000. The goods-producing sector is considerably higher this month with 23,000.

Companies with 1 – 19 employees managed to generate 26,000 jobs in January, which was more by 15,000 than in December.

Small Business Report

Franchise Report

The past several months have been a boon for franchises. They have been reporting some very impressive numbers when it comes to jobs. This month was no different as the sector reports 45,100 jobs in January.

With restaurants dominating the segment, it is not surprising they are responsible for 40,400 of the jobs. Auto parts and dealers are next with 5,400 jobs and business services eked out the remaining 100 jobs.

Franchise Report

National Report

With a total of 291,000 jobs in U.S. nonfarm private sector employment in January 2020 is heading to a great start.

For January, midsized companies with 50 – 499 employees were responsible for creating the most employment with 128,000 jobs. This was also the case for December when it generated 88,000 jobs.

Small business is next with the 94,000 and large enterprises with 500+ employees are next with 69,000 jobs.

The growth in January is in part due to the leisure and hospitality sector, which managed to create 96,000 jobs. Education and healthcare as well as professional and business also made some noteworthy contributions.

Overall the service-providing sector created 273,000 while the goods-producing sector created 54,000 jobs.

National Employment January 2020

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