Investment is Key with Alex White
DISCLAIMER: If you hear sirens in the background of this episode, you (probably) aren't getting pulled over - there just happened to be some police activity going on in Grandview while we recorded.
Alex White is the head strength coach at Peak Human Performance, a training center here in Columbus. Alex designed Peak to be a community for passionate, educated and experienced trainers who believe in creating an environment where anyone willing to put in the work is welcome.
In this episode, we talk about being invested in at a young age, as well as the impossible act of balancing one’s work and personal lives. Alex also highlights the importance of giving everyone on a team the freedom to make their own choices.
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