When The Barre Code first opened its doors in River North eight years ago, there was something different about it from the start. Here’s what co-founder/co-CEO Jillian Lorenz told me at a special live recording of #WeGotGoals at the Hotel Moxy in Chicago. Read the full post—and listen to the episode—at aSweatLife.com.
Try this functional, decorative approach to honor your accomplishments. Read the full article for Runner’s World.
When you can’t pound the pavement, log your miles in the pool instead. Read the full article for Runner’s World.
On Episode 62 of #WeGotGoals, we spend a host-ful episode talking about failure and how certain failures have ultimately led our guests (and us) to success. Listen to the full episode on aSweatLife.com.
Goals drive nearly everything Nicole Bernard Dawes, founder and CEO of Late July Snacks, does. And she’s not afraid to lay them all on the line. Listen to her episode of #WeGotGoals for aSweatLife.com.
Chef Josh Katt, the founder and CEO of Kitchfix, isn’t a goal guy. But don’t take that to mean he’s achieved less than other guests we’ve had on the show. Listen to the episode on aSweatLife.com.
The local entrepreneurs behind Coco5, Protein20, and KRā capitalize on a serious thirst for natural, nutritious drinks. Read the full story for Chicago Magazine.
Peter Rahal, co-founder and CEO of RXBAR, didn’t set out to build a multi-million-dollar company — but despite humble beginnings in his parents’ basement, that’s exactly what happened. Listen to the full episode at aSweatLife.com.
When we first took the #WeGotGoals concept to an audio format in April, we already knew we were onto something compelling. We’d already had some of these conversations for aSweatLife.com, pulling back the curtain on the goal-setting techniques of some of the most successful individuals in Chicago (and beyond). Transmitting their voices directly to your earbuds could only add to the depth and power of their insights. I’ve been co-hosting and editing the show from the beginning, and I’m blown away by what we’ve learned—and shared with you, our listeners—along the way. Read the full article for aSweatLife.com