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Episode 11: Mark Fisher - Deathbed Clarity


Mark Fisher

Mark Fisher is an international speaker, consultant, and entrepreneur.


Through keynotes, courses, and coaching, Mark helps training gym owners achieve financial success and personal freedom. Mark’s most popular topics include building cult-like cultures, time management, and “sales and marketing for good human beings.” He's also excellent at playing with puppies, though to date, he has not been paid for this skillset.


He is also the owner of a very unique fitness facility called Mark Fisher Fitness based out of NYC. To contact Mark Fisher or learn more about his business offerings go here.


mark@markfisherfitness.com

Mark@businessforunicorns.com

https://markfisherfitness.com

https://www.businessforunicorns.com


 

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Would you like to have Deathbed Clarity meaning would you like to see your life from lense of your deathbed but see it now while you can still do something about it?


Then you have to listen to this episode with Mark Fisher.


Mark Fisher owns two fitness businesses in NYC. The name of his business is Mark Fisher Fitness. We reached out to Mark to be on the show because Mark is not only an Overcomer but a personal development guru and business consultant. We knew he would have tons of gems to share with our audience and he did not let us down.


My favorite part of the episode is where Mark tells us about a Virtual Keynote that he just gave for FILEX on the topic of being unapologetically yourself.


Mark shares that the goal of personal development is to have deathbed clarity while you are still alive and can do something about it.


He tells us about the term Memento More which means remember you must die which is a challenge to live our best life now.


He really brings it home at the end with some actionable steps and an exercise that he calls "The Park Bench" exercise.


This episode is life changing. You gotta listen!

 

MORE ON THE EPISODE

6:36 - 8:19 - A business will reflect its owner and Mark Fisher was an actor before he got into fitness. Wait til you hear more about the fitness company that he started and how they embrace who they are.


12:31 - 13:27 - As a business owner Mark talks about his goal to create Joy and Confusion. Listen as he shares about his culture and how it is so opposite of your typical hardcore fitness.


16:52 - 18:48 - Mark Fisher discusses with us how he had to totally changed his business to make it through the pandemic and how he expects that very soon, his very successful online business will tank and he will once again have to reinvent. The best part is to hear the Overcomer attitude that he displays about the whole situation.


23:58 - 25:36 - We asked Mark what had been his life's biggest challenge besides the pandemic and he revealed some very useful information. He discusses with us his struggle to let go of acting and embrace his life as a fitness entrepreneur. He talks about the challenge of having your identity tied to what you do and what other people think of you.


27:08 - 28:39 - Powerful advice here. Mark recently gave a Virtual Keynote for FILEX and he gives a great goal for personal development which is to have deathbed clarity while you are still alive and can do something about it. #Memento More - Remember you must die.


29:14 - 29:50 - You gotta try this very powerful park bench exercise.

 

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ABOUT TRAVIS BARNES

Before Travis Barnes became a best-selling author, international presenter, founder and franchisor of Journey Fitness 333 he spent a decade of his life in prison for a nonviolent drug offense. Upon returning home to his wife and daughter he worked hard to grow himself in the fitness industry so he could buy his family a home of their own. 2 months after buying their home Tropical Storm Lee caused it to be flooded to the second floor. Approximately 1 year after the flood while still rebuilding their home and during the Christmas holiday season Travis was let go from his employment as COO for a local fitness company. After he and his wife spent 6 months as traveling trainers and while still living on an unemployment check and in a FEMA trailer, they began what is now a fitness franchise . Most recently and with the rest of the industry Travis has overcome the obstacles of the pandemic by redesigning his business. Travis has used the pandemic as an opportunity to instead of returning to business as normal, he has returned to business as better than normal. Travis is an Overcomer.


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