One source of growth in the multi-billion dollar fitness industry has been the use of personal fitness trainers in health clubs and in private studios. Learn how to succeed in the personal fitness business from personal trainer Alissa Harakal
Some people are content to live humdrum existence, oftentimes trapped in the lives they have to live doing the work they have to do. However, some people are taking a hold of their lives and are deciding that enough is enough: they are pursuing their passions. What’s more, many of these folks are actually making a living out of what they love most. These are the lifestyle entrepreneurs.
A successful business often starts with a gem of an idea. But to succeed in the marketplace today, given the competition and the economic realities, it typically “takes a village” to implement and nurture that idea. Learn from the dynamic women founders of lifestyle planning system Daysteps.
Instead of slowing down, a growing number of retirees are opting to start new careers – as entrepreneurs. Richard Busch, 63, owner of Glenfiddich Farm Pottery, is part of the growing number of lifestyle entrepreneurs who started businesses to support the lifestyle that they love. After a 30-year career as a highly successful magazine editor, Richard made a 180-degrees turn and quit the job in 1997 at the age of 56 to pursue his passion for pottery.