Inside Out

They say in business that you start from the inside out. 

Meaning, don't spend time marketing to new people if your service is terrible.

Start from the inside, make that great, then you can start working on the outside, bringing in new business. 

Hopefully, you see that at Spurling. 

We aim to spend 80% of our time making the experience for our current clients the best there is, and 20% of the time trying to attract those intimidated by the typical gym so we can ultimately help them and change their life. 

Well today, I want you to take that business lesson and apply it to yourself. 

Start from the inside out. 

Try not to put the focus on how your clothes fit, what the scale says, or how you look in the mirror just yet.

But first, focus on the inside. 

What drives you?

What are your goals?

What kind of feeling are you going after?

What makes you happy?

As you start on this journey celebrate the small wins like feeling more energetic, sleeping better, feeling stronger, etc. 

That inside first approach will keep you staying positive, it will keep the momentum going, fire up that motivation, and once you have the inside locked down, then you can start tackling the outside. 

They always say it's what's on the inside that matters most, but why in fitness do we always focus on the outside?

Sure, there are certain external outcomes we want/need to do like drop pant sizes, see toned muscles, and look stronger, but we're a big believer in starting with the inside because that's what matters most. 

We always talk about taking care of yourself first so you can be at your best for others. 

Whether it's thinking about how you're progressing, or how you need to take care of yourself first to be at your best for others, think about the inside out approach.

Enjoy the weekend and I'll be back next week to keep it going strong. 

1% Better.

Dedicated to Your Success,

Doug Spurling