The Feel Good Podcast Ep #10 ~ “Mixing Business and Passion While Making the World a Fitter Place” with Dustin Maher

In this episode, I had the pleasure to interview Dustin Maher, America’s Trainer to Moms and author of the book Fit Moms For life.

Only 28 years old, Dustin has already built an exceptional business by helping thousands of moms across America get fitter, reshape their body, and increase their energy level.

Despite his success, he remains extremely down-to-earth and willing to help others achieve greater success. He definitely has what I call “a teacher’s soul”, and through our talk he generously shared lots of precious tips and insights with us.

In this interview, you’ll learn:

-How to Dustin took his local fitness program and turned it into an online empire

-How to build your schedule to maximize your productivity

-How to keep a healthy balance between online and offline activities

-How to stay in great shape in only 30 minutes a day

-How Dustin eats to optimize his health and energy levels

-His best tips to enjoy life more while making the world a better place

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You can download the episode on iTunes (make sure to subscribe!)

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Thanks so much to tuning in and if you want to help your mom get in better shape, make sure to let her know about Dustin’s great website.

Cheers!
Phil

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Posted on : 13, Apr 2012

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  • Awesome interview Phil! I’ve followed Dustin for awhile now.

    So many strategies in here and wow am I blown away at how much he invests in his continued education.

    Todd

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