Beth Wittig Clayton is a health and natural weight-loss coach, and creator of Soul Body System at Mark Fisher Fitness, a 10-week mentorship where you will learn to bridge the gap between kick-ass nutrition and extreme empowerment with your body and, ultimately, with your life. Can you afford not to make this change?
The staff at MFF not only helps all of us to get 1% better every day—they work to get 1% better every year. So what are some of the MFF staff thinking about for 2015 New Year’s resolutions?
Welcome to the third edition of ASK THE WIZARD. I am here to answer all your questions about life, business, and the pursuit of awesomeness. Let’s dive into two fantastic questions you guys submitted. Don’t forget to submit YOUR question here. The Wizard knows all, so don’t be shy!
“Abs! What’s the MFF approach? I know it’s all about diet, sleep, and exercise… For the exercise what’s your most proven techniques? Especially for the magical V. (And I don’t mean vagina.)”
Whoa, it’s been a hot minute, so I want to get us back on track with some interesting articles. I have three that I’d like to share with you, so we can all get better together. I say “better” because I’m not sure that “smarter” is what we’re after.
by Bernie Mulvaney, MFF Superhero Academy Coach
Welcome to the second edition of ASK THE WIZARD.
Welcome to the very first edition of ASK THE WIZARD. I am here to answer all your questions about life, business, and the pursuit of awesomeness. Let’s get started with two splendid questions submitted to yours truly.
“Would love advice about my new healthy lifestyle and my significant other not working on the same stuff (read: we are out of synch).”
by Debbie Klaar, Ninja, Glitter Mama
How did I who was, ahem, “gym class challenged” end up working out at Mark Fisher Fitness? Or maybe the bigger question is how did I, a recovering Pro/Am ballroom dancer barely able to walk wind up here?
by Rob Fortier, Ninja and Creativity Coach
I’ve worked with lots of talented people who just weren’t having the careers they wanted, struggling with money and frustrated by their situations. Many of them, however, felt their only responsibility was to paint their hearts out, write amazing stories, or practice singing a song until it was perfect. Most of them were spending very little time doing anything else but working on their craft. While creating is a big part of the work involved in having a creative career, it’s important to keep in mind that it’s only part of the work. There are so many factors that creatives can’t control. The art buyers or publishers or casting directors are usually the ones that decide who’s going to get the paycheck, and that can be extremely frustrating if you’re the one waiting around to find out if you’ll be able to eat and cover your rent this month.
Got questions about finding balance in your life? Want some ideas for reducing stress? Looking for ideas with business and career issues? Need advice on relationships? Wondering what to feed the unicorn? Let the Wizard help you out! (TWEET THAT SHIT!) Ask the Wizard is our sexy new MFF newsletter feature, where answers are just a click away! Let the Wizard answer any and all …