Today we are joined by Anatomy at 1220’s Marc Megna discussing the steps taken from being an less than average athlete, to the NFL, to owning the best gym in Miami. We start out talking about what drove him to training and what he fell in love when it came to training. He then shares with us what drove him to sports and how different people that think they only affected him athletically have driven him to be the person he is today. He then discusses how being an athlete has impacted him as a coach, and him being a coach impacted him as an entrepreneur, and discusses how they all work together to build a team. We then discuss building your team, what he looks for, and some huge green lights and red flags he looks for. He then gives some fantastic information including some different methods he has utilized to develop his staff educationally, professional, and personally. We finish off talking about leadership methods he’s utilized successfully and things he’s seen that aren’t as positive in making things move forward.
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