From Resolutions to Results

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If you want to take 2015 by storm, it’s going to take some inspiration. That’s why we’ve called upon five people who are no strangers to lofty aspirations; our esteemed Celebrity Trainers. They know what it takes to recalibrate goals, fine-tune focus, and turn New Year’s resolutions into big-time results.

So get ready to train your brain and catapult your business to new heights!

Chalene Johnson

What are some of your goals for 2015?
To help people see the value of Personal Development. When we work on ourselves from the inside out, the outside is so much easier! I also want to continue helping people develop their businesses and learn social media.

What’s your best advice for sticking to New Year’s resolutions?
Pick a resolution that matches your current priorities; then make it a public promise.

Autumn Calabrese

What’s your best advice for sticking to New Year’s resolutions?
You should be working on goals all year—no matter what. Having smaller goals gives you a chance to celebrate the little steps that it takes to achieve that bigger goal.

Sagi Kalev

What are some of your goals for 2015?
To keep growing as a teacher and as a student. I also want to make an impact on the way children are eating in schools, and to do something that’s never been done before!

What’s your best advice for sticking to New Year’s resolutions?
You have to create goals, declare them and share them with someone who can help hold you accountable. You have to be crystal clear about your vision, because a man or woman without a vision is lost. Look at the previous year and ask yourself what can you do this year to become a better person than last year.

Leandro Carvalho

What are some of your goals for 2015?
I want to move my fitness studio in NYC to a bigger and better facility.

What’s your best advice for sticking to New Year’s resolutions?
Everyone knows themselves better than anybody else, so just be true to yourself, and you can always find things you can do better.

Shaun T

What are some of your goals for 2015?
To space out my obligations and events so I don’t get too worn out and tired by the end of the year. I want to make sure I have enough energy left over.