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What if you were friends with a bunch bad-ass business leaders and entrepreneurs? What would you ask them about their successes, challenges, and most valuable advice? Imagine you could learn from their experience to help you build the high-impact business you’ve always envisioned.

That’s exactly what Business for Unicorns delivers.

Join business coach and entrepreneur Michael Keeler as he speaks with inspiring leaders and entrepreneurs who believe that business is one of the best tools for making a powerful, positive impact on the world. Every episode serves up actionable advice from leaders who are walking the talk.

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Dec 20, 2021

About Molly:

Molly Kieland is the founder and coach of Fuelhouse Gym in Seattle, Washington. She is a StrongFirst Kettlebell Instructor - Level II, Strength Matters - Level 1 Kettlebell, RKC Instructor, NASM Certified Personal Trainer, and CHEK Institute Holistic Lifestyle Coach.

She believes the daily challenges of...

Dec 13, 2021

About Megan:

Megan is the co-owner of Heat Studios, a group fitness training gym in Raleigh, North Carolina.  Her journey as a fitness professional started as a yoga teacher in 2015.  She then became a personal trainer and helped her husband open Heat, while still working her corporate job.  

In 2017, Megan quit her...

Dec 6, 2021

About Charlie:

Charlie Deist is a master-level MovNat trainer, licensed captain and sailing instructor in the San Francisco Bay Area. Inspired by the "natural method" fitness philosophy of French naval officer Georges Hébert, he incorporates principles of efficient movement into his training – whether the students...

Nov 29, 2021

Mark and Pete are back!

In this episode, Mark and Pete talk about:

  • Self-evaluation
  • Planning 
  • Asking for help

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Nov 22, 2021

Michael, Mark, and Pete are back with another episode of the season. This time, they discuss the most common mistakes they see fitness business owners make.

This week, we discussed:

  • Reactive vs. proactive hiring
  • Raising prices
  • Creating standard operating procedures

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