Vision is much bigger than a business plan. That’s what Jeremy Thiel believes and what he’s living out every day as he builds his fitness empire.
When Jeremy moved to Austin, TX when he was 20 years old his vision was the only thing he had. He believed
Jeremy always believed he would do something BIG. When he moved to Austin, TX at 20 years old with a dream of impacting peoples’ lives through fitness, it was his belief that motivated him.
Starting something from scratch is tough! So what is it that makes some people succeed while other people struggle?
Jeremy Thiel is on the show today and clearly lives out two keys to success better than anyone.
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From a young age Jeremy has always believed he was destined for something BIG. This belief fueled a relentless pursuit of greatness and carried him over any obstacles that came his way.
Throughout this interview there’s an underlying thread of Jeremy’s crystal clear vision for what he’s building. Listen for it in between the lines of how he handled challenges, his perspective on business and life, and the actions that he took.
“Vision is much bigger than a business plan. It’s crucial, and it allows people to grab hold of something that propels them into the future.”
– Jeremy Thiel
Jeremy is the founder of CrossFit Central (3 locations) and Relentless Bootcamps (13 locations) in Austin, TX
When Jeremy moved to Austin, TX at 20 years old he didn’t know anyone. With advice he learned in a John Maxwell book he quickly set out to build a powerful network that launched his fitness business.
Rapid Fire Questions
One thing holding him back:
Key success characteristic:
He kept showing up. Even when he didn’t want to or he wasn’t clear on his vision he kept showing up
- Business book: Good to Great by Jim Collins
- Personal development: The Slight Edge: Turning Simple Disciplines into Massive Success and Happiness by Jeff Olsen