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Jennifer Magley -Jennifer Magley is an Entrepreneur, High-Performance Coach, Speaker, and Author. She is the founder and owner of “OPEN GYM INDY” Indiana’s Fitness Service where you can go to unlimited fitness classes at over 40 different gyms. A University of Florida graduate, former professional athlete, Division I head coach, and activist she has received national media coverage by USA Today, ESPN, Heart & Soul Magazine, BRIO Magazine, Active Life Magazine, The Kansas City Star, The Indianapolis Star, and IndyStyle TV among others. Jennifer is an in-demand speaker and served on the board of local nonprofits COBURN Place, The Patachou Foundation and is a 2018 Make-A-Wish Women Inspiring Strength and Hope Honoree (W.I.S.H.) in Indianapolis, IN. She is a single mother of two young boys.
How are your habits and do you struggle with change? Does the term “Work/Life Balance” leave you frustrated? Do you struggle with sales or don’t know how to communicate with prospective clients? Then THIS jam-packed episode is for you!
- How to get clear on exactly what you want, take action, and replace your bad habits with good ones.
“We all have habits. The good news is when you create good ones, you’re a slave to them.”
-A great tool for a breakthrough - The Immunity Map - and how to identify what areas of life you’re self-sabotaging.
- How to identify what excuses you might be using to keep you from living the life you really want.
“What is it that you are more committed to than actually changing?”
“You always want to give your prospective clients options.”
“Sales or having a business is not something you’re good or bad at, it’s just something we all have to keep growing at.”
Drive by Daniel H. Pink
What Got You Here Won’t Get You There by Marshall Goldsmith
The Immunity Map
Captivate: The Science of Succeeding with People by Vanessa Van Edwards
Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol S. Dweck
The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg
The War of Art: Winning the Inner Creative Battle by Steven Pressfield