Success leaves clues.

You just have to be aware enough and focused to see them.

There’s no better way than to inquire and learn from people that have been there and done that and achieved what you want to achieve. Especially when you know they have gone through the struggles, the stress, the lows and doubt just like you.

I’ve been there at every level of my business, and am going through resistance again as I’m buying commercial buildings for Vigor Ground and building an industry affecting online coaching program.

New levels new devils.

That’s why it’s crucial to connect and learn from mentors, experts and authorities that have created success for them-selves as well as others in the areas you want, whether it’s from books, courses and most effectively coaching/masterminds/mentoring.

Weeks ago I drove out to Richmond, BC just north of the border in Canada to visit my friend and someone’s whose story needed to be shared to show what is possible with commitment, effort, the right support and implementation of mindsets and skill-sets combining personal development and break-through with focused marketing, sales, automation and fulfillment strategies.


That sounded like a mouth full.

Imagine it being read by Morgan Freeman – exactly, even better.

Andrea Lawson own Balance In Motion and is part of our Pack Fitness Business Mentorship Coaching. She’s taken BIM from a $130k a year company with losses while working all day and having very little time for herself to 12 months later coming in at close to $350k while doubling her salary, making a big profit in the company and working less to really improve her quality of life (while building up her awesome team).

Her facility is less than 2,500 square feet and you can pretty much see the whole gym without the offices and bathrooms in the above picture. It’s important to realize that with the right positioning, expert status, results, referrals and ascension in the business you can create huge growth even with a smaller space (since one of the objections is “my space is only _______”).

It’s not just and ad or lead generation campaign that does it or a new website or the “secret sauce”, it’s a number of puzzle pieces put together.

Here are her 3 biggest lessons that were crucial in her own and Balance In Motion’s transformation in 2015 (listen in as success leaves clues – you’ll be surprised what they are, it’s not what most people think):


Think of your fitness business just like you would look at a client who came in to see you to help them transform their body.

If you just address training and nutrition from the X’s and O’s standpoint, you’ll have success with very few people.


Because there are multiple factors such as training, nutrition, mindset, accountability, movement, cognitive behavior change, environment (people, places, etc.), sleep/stress, emotional eating, lifestyle, etc. that will matter in a successful long term transformation.

As a coach you it’s helping the client put the right piece of the puzzle together at the right time.

Telling someone to eat “xyz” without finding why they eat it, when, how, and based on that information creating a strategy to move on step closer to the goal – is putting a band aid on a shotgun wound that will end up bleeding out sooner or later.

Your fitness business is the same from a standpoint of piecing the right pieces of the puzzle together; mindset, positioning, content, marketing, sales, team building, systems, on-boarding, scaling, bottle-necks, results training, etc.

Honestly assess where you need help and improve skill-sets or mindsets then attack it and keep moving forward.

If you have a fitness business with at least 30 clients and are looking to grow significantly in the coming year and are committed to it (not just interested) then apply for a Discovery Call with Steve and myself HERE.

If you’re not ready for our Pack Fitness Business Mastermind like Andrea then don’t miss out on the on the Pack Fitness Business Syndicate – an elite monthly magazine for fitness entrepreneurs (that will include a monthly webinar) covering actionable strategies in Marketing, Sales, Automation, Fulfillment, Coaching (Training and Nutrition) – the doors open on January 1st and there will only be 100 spaces available (the only way to be on the notification list is through the page by clicking on the banner below):


My Life


This post may seem slightly scatter brained, but it isn’t always easy to face certain things we have been through. I hope reading it will help you realize that our past does not dictate our future.

People see where I am now and they say… “Must be nice.”

But they don’t know what I have been through to get here. They also don’t know what I’m putting myself through right now to take my life to a whole new level.

The Beginning:

My name is Steve Krebs. I was born in Rome Hospital at 7am, on April 20th 1979 to Richard and Janice Krebs. I have three siblings, Erica, Elizabeth, and Josh.

Growing up we didn’t have much, but it was always enough. I live in a rural area. I grew up a country boy, not exactly the first thing that comes to mind when you hear that I’m from New York. But I grew up in farm country.

I live in a suburb of Utica, NY, which was ranked one of the top ten worst places to own a business in the United States in 2011.

My father, Rick, owned his own Auto Body Shop and my mother, Janice, was a stay-at-home mom.

I learned my hustle from my parents. My dad would leave before I got up in the morning, and get home when it was dark outside. His work ethic is matched by no one I have ever met. His idea of fun is going out in the woods and cutting down trees. To him every activity/job is a competition, and he doesn’t like to lose. He owns and operates a body shop to this day; to him retirement would be worse than death. Inactivity is poison. He is a beast, and is half the reason I am who I am today.

My mother stayed at home with us and she is the best mom ever, but she hustled as well. She sold Avon. Sounds silly, but she beasted that shit. It is how she paid for our Christmas presents, activities, and more. I remember her cutting coupons, and being thrifty. Always putting her children before herself. She still does all of this today. Plus she worked as a teacher’s assistant for 20 years after we had grown. She just retired, and is now finding her next “activity.”

My family is my reason for being. They are all I need to motivate me. They are my WHY.

Like I said, when we were younger we didn’t have it all, but we had enough. As I got older, my father’s business started to grow. All of his hard work started to pay off, so we moved into a new house, and got more “stuff.” And the funny part is, this is when things started to fall apart.

The Struggle:

My parents have been divorced for over ten years now. It wasn’t pretty. Things have just recently become better. No matter what age you are, that shit hurts. Experiencing a tumultuous relationship is difficult for all children. It forms our expectations of what a relationship should be like. I have struggled with relationships my whole life as a result of this.

My parents have always been supportive of me, but I know, at times, they doubted me. The doubt came from my past behavior. At one point I was in a bad place. I drank too much, and I only cared about myself. I didn’t work hard, I was lazy, and I really didn’t give a shit. I suffered from anxiety, depression, and I was overweight for a good portion of my life. My head was stuck way up my ass. At one point in high school I weighed 295 pounds. I had no belief in myself, and thought I had to become a cog in the wheel to survive.

I struggled…yet here I am.

My father put his business of 30+ years on the line to secure an SBA loan so I could open my gym. I don’t tell many people that. If it weren’t for him, I don’t know where I would be or what I would be doing. I will be forever grateful to both of my parents; they have made me what I am today, and what I will be in the future.

I opened the doors of my fitness business in 2007. In the first year I almost went out of business. My life was full of negative people (I had a girlfriend who was VERY bad for me), and it affected every aspect of my life. The minute I rid my life of negativity, my business took off.

The Rise:

My business has grown every year since I opened because I am not too proud to ask for help. I have been in almost every coaching/mastermind group in the industry. I read every day. I spend more money on education each year than most people will in a lifetime.

I surround myself with only positive people who take action and live the code.

Steel sharpens steel.

I met Luka in a mastermind group run by Pat Rigsby and Nick Berry. This dude is my brother from another mother, and we have had each other’s backs since day 1. We push each other to get better, and our businesses have tripled since we started pushing each other for more.

That is what the pack is…a brotherhood based on loyalty, respect, integrity, and hustle.

This wasn’t easy to put into words, hopefully it will inspire someone who is going through something similar to pull themselves from the depths and strive for greatness.

Steve Krebs

Warriors Lead From The Front

On Being A Warrior…

Out of every one hundred men, ten shouldn’t even be there,
Eighty are just targets,
Nine are real fighters, and we are lucky to have them,
For they make the battle.
Ah, but the one,
One is a warrior,
And he will bring the others back.
– Heraclitus


I believe in those words so much that not only do they cover the wall at my gym, but I am having the tattoo on my rib cage completed real soon as well.

What does it mean to you?

I actually want you to think about what it makes you think about and feel when you read it.

What it means to me is purpose, heart, being relentless, never giving up, and inspiring.

Stay with me for a bit….

I see more and more of fitness being about manipulation, whether through price, promotions, fear, peer pressure, aspirations, or novelty.

Now, I’m not saying I do not use some of these things in the marketing of Vigor Ground Fitness and Performance, as it is a means to get people to experience what we are about. But the underlying message of our WHY is what will always prove that even that style of “marketing” is applied for the right reasons. More and more I see fitness professionals falling into the trap that they cannot be successful without the latest sales and marketing techniques, SEO strategies, and anything else new that will generate revenue fast. These strategies work and they generate revenue through sales and bring people in the door, but they won’t keep them there.

We need to remember WHY we got into fitness in the first place. What is our why? Then, when you figure that out and can actually answer it, can you say that you are living it, breathing it?

In the book “Start with Why” by Simon Sinek, he talks about something called the Celery Test. Essentially it describes how we take advice from different people that have had success in (or outside) of our industry, whether we get it from info products, or coaching conferences/seminars. Because of their success, we feel like we should also implement these strategies into our businesses, as it will do the same for us. So we work on the HOW and the WHAT.

In the Celery Test example (exchange the “foods” with strategies you hear all the time), others tell us that we need M&Ms in our company, some say we should get Oreos, some say that almond milk is the answer, and others say that celery is the ultimate solution. So you buy into all of it and go shopping for food, spend a bunch of time and money, and arrive at checkout with all of these “foods.” The problem is, that if someone were to try to figure out what you are about, they couldn’t tell because you have all these different foods in front of you. You didn’t ask yourself the WHY before you went to the grocery store. Because if your WHY is to live a healthy lifestyle and be fit, then what would be in front of you would be the celery and the almond milk. And when you told people your beliefs, it would be hard to take you seriously if you have M&Ms and Oreos in front of you.

I hope that sheds some light on the Celery Test. More importantly, have you looked deep inside to find your WHY? If you know your WHY, then are you doing WHAT proves those beliefs or are you presenting all types of different foods at the counter?

When you consistently do the WHAT and HOW that proves your WHY, you will attract people that believe the same, and you will also build loyalty rather than just manipulating people and working on the “quick fix.”

This brings me back to the quote on Being A Warrior and inspiring.

When you do the HOW and the WHAT that speaks to your WHY on a consistent basis, you inspire rather than manipulate.

The true warrior inspires the others to come back (or begin!) with his actions, beliefs, heart, and dedication!

Are you consistently speaking your WHY through HOW and WHAT you do? Are you living it and breathing it in a way that inspires people and connects them to your business?

I’m far from perfect and I make mistakes but I live my WHY on a daily basis.

I believe in the fitness lifestyle, training hard, and eating right, not only because of what it does for you physically but also what it does for your mindset, your social life, and building a bond with a community. Because I believe in that, I eat healthy and in alignment with my goals and I train 5-6 days a week, in a way that I preach and believe in.











I believe in constant never-ending growth and improvement, and that we do not find happiness in the achievement of our goals but in moving toward them (the journey). I implement this in my life by making sure that the Luka Hocevar whose head hits the pillow at night is different, better, than the Luka Hocevar that got up this morning (even if in the smallest of ways). As long as I am growing and/or pursuing growth, I am adding to my happiness.

A big part of my growth and a big WHY in my life, includes helping others to grow as well. I work on this by sharing my knowledge and skill, my story and experiences in a way that helps others to change for the better and live their greatest versions of what they envision their lives being.

So I am relentless about always learning by reading, studying, experimenting, attending masterminds and conferences, and by coaching. I travel around the world to become the best I can at my skills and connect with people that are better than me, or more fulfilled in some area of life.

The only way I can help others if I help myself to become better at all the things I am teaching/coaching, and if I live them myself.

That is why we built Vigor Ground. In the dictionary, Vigor is defined as:

  1. Physical or mental strength, energy, or force.
  2. The capacity for natural growth and survival
  3. Strong feeling; enthusiasm or intensity.

That is why, at Vigor Ground, it is our mission to help people grow physically and mentally, and with it, become better, happier people who enjoy and embrace life.









I believe in building from the ground up, putting in time, blood, sweat, and tears to put together a TEAM that will look in the same direction as me and understand that the vision is bigger than all of us. Understand that you are only as strong as your weakest link, so we always strive to improve and grow together. Since fulfilling our potential is the goal, I no longer compare us to the competition; I don’t even compare ourselves to greatness. Rather I choose to compare us to “the unicorn” – that perfection that doesn’t exist. This makes the journey the challenge, and continuous growth a habit.








I choose to have a close relationship with my team and to care about them beyond what happens in the business. I care about what happens in their lives. Even though gurus in books say it’s not the best way for business;,it is who I am and it’s our way.  I lead while being imperfect, and I learn and grow and fail forward when I make mistakes. Because Vigor Ground is me, it’s us and it’s the only way we will make this vision be authentic.

I believe in being a Go Giver and using my skills and gifts to give to others that are less fortunate and in need. More importantly, I like inspiring others to see that they can make a change too. When many, many small ripples combine, they can create a wave that creates a big change. Our boot camps for a cause started ripples, which are now continuing by other members taking action, not to mention fitness professionals that have observed what we are doing. At Vigor, we want to continue doing more and more as there should be no limit to making a change for others/the world, which is why we will be connecting with a cause even when every new member signs up, as it will mean that our growth will also be a catalyst for making a bigger change for others.











I believe in Vigor Ground not only being a place where we deliver the best real world results and transformations, anywhere, but in going far beyond that and creating a community where our family (yes, it is our VG family!) knows we are there to help, support, inspire, and cheer on their goals and dreams. It’s a place of no judgment, positive atmosphere, and electric energy, where everyone wants members of the family to do better! Vigor Ground is not just about body transformations; it’s about life transformations.


I believe in “Memento Mori,” remembering my mortality, and because of it, choosing to live every day to the fullest, whether it be changing lives, doing something significant that creates positive change in myself or others, living my dreams and creating experiences (over getting “things”) like traveling, learning, ticking things of my bucket/life list, thinking bigger so I can make even more of an impact on this world. You leave this earth with what you etched into history, what you will be remembered for, and the memories of your life. Make sure you smile bigger than ever when you are lying there looking back on your life, because it was grand!

Understand that every day is not sunshine and rainbows, and that there are bad days and sad days, and living through them is a part of life, and we have to accept them and know that, without those, all the great experiences and feelings wouldn’t be what they are. Also remember the toughest times make us who we are, and without them we might not be able to reach higher.

Luka standing in front of a racecar.



















I believe in studying and learning from others, but at the end of the day, in treading my own path and not following. I realize I’ll never be happy living someone else’s dream. We have to fight for our dreams to become a reality, go through a lot of hardship and learn to become comfortable with the uncomfortable many times. But to say it is worth it is beyond an understatement, as living the life of quiet desperation, the life of “what if” and “if only I could,” is being alive…but it’s not living.

I hope you see and feel my thoughts. My beliefs are my WHY and I show them through HOW and WHAT I do, what the Vigor Ground team does. We are not perfect, but people feel our WHY, our mission and vision, what we are about. We just need to get even better at speaking the message through the biggest megaphone.

If you haven’t found your WHY, then stop everything and dig deep, because it’s what will fuel everything you do, and it should be the foundation of every message that comes out about your business. Don’t just be about features, price, novelty, etc. Be about something more, something bigger. Speak your WHY through HOW and WHAT!!!

What are your beliefs (core values)? Write them out and put them up in your office so that whenever you market, start new programs or partnerships, grow your team, or think about the next step in your business, you will always keep in mind what your WHY is. This will make such a huge difference in your business and your life!

Make sure to lead from the front, be the warrior that brings the others back!

And remember, every day is important!

Don’t Network. Connect.

How to Really Network Connect and Build Relationships

You’ve heard this before: “It’s not what you know, but who you know.”

You’ve also heard that you should surround yourself with people you aspire to be like, that are successful in areas of life you are striving to reach, whether in business, finances, wisdom, freedom, lifestyle, relationships, or anything else for that matter.

I actually agree with those statements.

The missing link is not just knowing someone but rather creating a connection and building a relationship.

The picture I get when I think of networking is when someone asked you to come to a business networking event and everyone there hands out their business cards to others and tells you what they do. It’s rushed and not very genuine, as you can feel the “what’s in it for me” aura, and people are more interested in talking about themselves than in listening to others.

Connecting and building relationships happens over time, and it takes a lot more than just giving out a business card or holding a five-minute conversation with someone. When you meet a mentor, a possible joint venture partner, a person of influence in your community, or anyone else, you have to remember that they meet a lot of people and if you do the same thing as everyone else, the chances of them remembering you are not that great.

I feel too many people focus on trying to close the deal (whatever it may be in that situation, even if it’s just to try and impress the person and have him or her like and acknowledge you) the first time they meet someone, when they should be focused on building a relationship.

Buy them lunch, or a drink, and ask them about something they are passionate about that you are also interested in. If you know what they do and you admire them for it, then compliment it and let them know you’ve read it or seen it. Most successful people are very approachable and they are also appreciative when they know you are interested in what they do and have purchased their product. Wouldn’t you be if it were you on the other end?

Above all, be yourself and be genuine, as it’s not worth putting on an act; people can see through the bullshit. Honestly, if you can’t be yourself, who will you be? If someone doesn’t like you for you then maybe it’s not the right company, or you need to check yourself (but that’s a discussion for another article).

There are so many opportunities to start building connections and relationships with other people, whether it’s people you admire and look up to, clients, potential partners, people of influence, or anyone else you really want to connect with.

Over the years I have taken a lot of notes on what I have done to build relationships with people, especially in the fitness industry – but also outside of it. This can truly apply to anyone, and although the thoughts may be a little scattered, I promise you there is advice that will help you.

20 Tips to Really Connecting and Building Relationships

1. No matter what happens, it is most important to be real (genuine), be yourself, and always approach the situation from a perspective of adding value to the other person’s life, while not expecting anything else in return. If you follow just this first point you will already be on a good path to creating great relationships over time.

2. Send the person you would like to connect with an e-mail, thanking them for what they do and letting them know about a product or service of theirs you used, your opinion on it, and ask if there is any way you can help promote it.

3. You can never go wrong by gifting someone a book, whether you are meeting them for the first time (if you have a book and you gift it at a first time meeting, then I’m okay with that being your business card), or it’s someone you admire, a client, or a team member, and you thought they would like it and benefit from it.

**I would much rather have someone gift me a used book that cost $3 than give me a $100 gift card, as one is generic, while the other took some thought and will benefit me when I read it.

Since we’re talking about gifting books, gift yourself this, a great book on connecting and building relationships…

book cover never eat alone

4. When you read articles and posts of people you admire and follow, leave a comment on their blog, or on Facebook. Be interested and interactive, as they will recognize that you are passionate about the subject as well as their work, and it easier to connect to them in person once you get an opportunity to meet them.

5. When you have an opportunity, donate time or money to the person’s worthwhile cause. If it is in your community, then you can even lead a charity campaign for the cause. We do this a lot with our “Saturday boot camps for a cause.” I would reach out to a local person of influence after finding out which cause they are associated with, and let him or her know that we will be raising funds for the cause, and that you would love it if they could come and participate as you know that they are a supporter of that cause.

6. Invite a client out to lunch, or for coffee or a drink, just to talk to them and get to know them better and see if there is anything you can do for them.

7. Always keep a notepad handy so you can note what people are interested in and passionate about. After you spend time with them, you can send them a card letting them know you appreciate their time and that you just wanted to thank them with a small gift (which would be something they like from the notes you took). More than anything this shows appreciation for the person’s time as well as the fact that you were present and listening.

8. Whenever I meet people for the first time, I will always send a thank you card thanking them for their time and letting them know it was a pleasure to get to know them.

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9. After seminars, always stick around; people go to restaurants and bars and that is where the real connection begins, and where you have an opportunity to get to know people better. Buy a round, or maybe two, and you’ll put a smile on many people’s faces (or a headache if it goes all night…this too has benefits).

Photo of the guys out for a drink

10. Create a get-together where you can invite people to a more relaxed setting: a BBQ, bowling, or a movie night with food at your place. This is something I would do for some of your best clients – get to know them better, and have them bring a friend along.

11. If the person has a product and you admire his or her work, ask if you could do an interview with him or her for your site, promoting the product to your clients, especially when you know it would benefit them. Always keep it real, though, and be a part of things you believe in.

12. Come prepared to events, masterminds, and seminars. Know who will be there and whom you may want to meet and connect with. Have you read their books or bought any of their programs? Have you commented on their blogs or their Facebook pages? Have you connected?! If not, then do it before you meet them. Show them you appreciate what they do.

13. When people do speak to you, always try to understand what they really mean. Also, always let the speaker be the star. This is important with anyone you communicate with, but even more so when you are dealing with your clients.

14. When you see that someone you look up to, or want to meet and connect with, has a problem that needs solving, take the time to find a solution or recommend what worked for you. Remember that even though you may not be as successful financially or career-wise (or in any other area, for the matter), you have advice in other areas that may help them out (that’s why they asked for it). Just the act of taking time to help will be appreciated and build a connection.

15. When you attend events, ALWAYS go and meet people you want to. Everyone started somewhere and was nervous when greeting mentors. Being audacious in networking has some similarities with dating (pitfalls and fears), but without it you will never be able to connect and create powerful relationships. It’s safe sticking to the people we know but building a power circle of trusted people means you have to be out there a little bit. Don’t forget to have a notepad with you and write out all the people you met at the end of the day, as you can later get their information (just do some research) and follow up with them to continue building the relationship.

16. Invite a mentor to your gym to do an in-staff training or seminar that will benefit them. Pay for their time and show you really appreciate what they do. Not only will you and your team or staff get a ton of great information, you will also be able to spend a lot of time building the relationship outside of just “business.”

Speaking at Vigor GroundGroup photoat Vigor Ground


17. Since most people have a phobia when it comes to speaking, and this doesn’t necessarily mean in front of hundreds of people, but even when approaching someone they look up to, it’s crucial that you work on getting better at it.

Here are some tips to improve speaking and approaching people you are afraid to:

  • If you’re not ready to take the leap and become the master connector, then be around a friend or colleague that naturally engages with people and learn from them as well as have them introduce you to others. This is a lot easier and less stressful :)
  • Learn to speak. Join Toastmasters Club or anywhere that will give you a chance to practice in a non-intimidating environment, maybe with an instructor that will guide and push you. Since this is one of the most crucial skills that will help you in many areas of life, I recommend you put it high on your to do list…and thank me later.
  • Be part of something you connect to, maybe a hobby (cars, sports, etc.) as it is much easier to get to know people that way, and the possibilities of reaching out and making new contacts will grow. As you’re in that situation, work on growing and becoming a leader (practice at it, YES, practice at becoming a leader).
  • Set a real goal of meeting X number of people per week. How about we start with just one? Doesn’t matter where or how. It could be at the gym or the bar; it could be a new team member. It will get easier and easier with practice and you will also get ore comfortable with the idea of rejection (rejection will happen, and it’s okay…well, somewhat). Remember the saying “Fail, fail again. Fail better.” I’m not sure who said it, but it was someone smart.And remember, you actually have to do it!

18. This is more specific, yet really important. Acknowledge your team, and let them know; show them you care for them as much as you care for yourself. The hardest part of business is managing people. If you want to create a business that works for you, grows, and continues to keep the quality, vision, and community, it starts with your team. This is where the core of the connection and relationships happen, regardless of how you decide to run your business.

Do you show genuine concern for the lives of your team outside of work? Have you made an effort to make them part of the vision, the leadership? I know much has been written about being a ruthless leader, but in this day and age, mean guys finish last. My philosophy is to inspire love and admiration, as well as help people see their full potential.

This goes to connecting right at the core, where you work: your business!

19. When you are at events, dinners, or seminars, have something to say, and say it with passion. When you speak, be sincere, and have something to offer. This is not difficult when there is something that you are passionate about, and you feel strongly about it. Be yourself and don’t try to agree with people because of who they are or because you look up to them. People respect valuable additions to a conversation, especially when you are sincere, transparent about it, and they can see that it what you truly believe in.

20. While you may think it’s important to meet as many people as possible when you attend events, I’d rather spend more time with less people and really get to know them and connect with them. And how can you rush through a conversation where you are building a connection and relationship and expect people to have respect for you and remember you?

Remember, you are only as good as what you give!

21. Yes, I lied, there are 21 tips; do something about it!

This one is important and takes me back to when I was growing up in the industry and there were people I looked up to that wouldn’t give me the time of day or made smart ass remarks if I made a comment in a conversation. That made me feel little and would take away my confidence for speaking. I vowed not to do that to anyone regardless of where they are in their career. So never treat those under you poorly, treat people up or down the ladder with respect.

There are many more tips on connecting and building relationships and I hope these gave you ideas, or, even more importantly, they made a point that you need to put yourself out there and start connecting with clients, mentors, employees, joint ventures, and people of influence. Always be real, transparent, and sincere. Speak with passion while working on providing value and giving. You will be amazed at the relationships you can build over time and how they will influence your business, and, even more importantly, your life.

You can download our lunch and learn networking sheet. Use this to write down who is in your network. Add their information, and reach out. Set up meetings, lunch, or coffee or a drink.

Give yourself a goal to reach out to at least one person a day for the next 28 days, whether it is sending a thank you card, inviting them to lunch, doing an interview for your blog, or just thanking them for doing what they do. See what happens after the 28 days, and let us know.

But there is one piece of knowledge that is crucial to making the above advice actually work:

Actually do this shit!

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