Dec 20, 2018
“Freedom does not come automatically; it is achieved.
And it is not gained in a single bound; it must be achieved each day.” --Rollo May
Are you afraid to take a huge leap? Begin with the first small step and leverage that momentum to multiply your progress. We would all like to skip right to the end result, but Julian Hayes II contends that the trajectory to success is messy—and requires daily action.
Julian is the founder and CEO of The Art of Fitness & Life, a private wellness and concierge practice designed to help entrepreneurs and business leaders generate more energy and build optimal health. Julian is a frequent contributor to publications including Entrepreneur, Success and Business Insider, and he writes a regular column in Inc. magazine. An expert in the realm of sleep and nutrition, Julian is on a mission to support high-achievers and time-constrained professionals in automating their health.
Today, Julian joins Emerald to share his path to entrepreneurship, discussing his decision to leave medical school and start his own company. He describes his private wellness and concierge practice and explores the idea of health as a feeling beyond the physical. Julian also offers advice for aspiring entrepreneurs on establishing multiple income streams, staying true to your values for long-term success, and focusing on the clients you are uniquely built to serve. Listen in for Julian’s insight on starting with a small step to generate momentum and reminding yourself that daily action is necessary to reach big goals!
How a year in New York introduced Julian to an alternative course
Julian’s decision to leave medical school and start his own company
How Julian combines his passions for writing and health/wellness
The extreme mentors Julian leverages to amplify his courage
Julian’s insight on starting with a small step to generate momentum
How Julian’s quote bank reminds him that the path to success is messy
Julian’s private wellness and concierge coaching practice
How Julian helps his clients generate energy for optimal health
Julian’s take on health as a feeling beyond the physical
Julian’s long-term approach to helping clients implement systems
Julian’s advice around establishing multiple income streams
Why you shouldn’t sacrifice your values for short-term financial wins
The value in focusing on the clients you are uniquely built to serve
This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.