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CREATE a Path to Extraordinary Achievement - Part 1

by Bobby Cappuccio |   Date Released : 18 Apr 2006
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Bobby Cappuccio

About the author: Bobby Cappuccio

Bobby Cappuccio has held various positions in the fitness industry, including personal trainer, fitness manager, Membership Sales Consultant, Area Director and Corporate Director of Training and Development. Bobby's passion is to help people create a more empowering self-perception by exercising their ability to affect change in their life through health and fitness.

As an international speaker and Former Director of Professional Development for NASM, Bobby has developed and inspired thousands of trainers, managers and industry leaders to facilitate remarkable change in both their lives and their business.

Bobby has been invited to speak and/or consult on subjects including business development, sales and communication skills for many of the most prominent health club chains in the fitness industry.

He has been a contributing author for some of the fitness industry's most widely-read textbooks as well as multiple professional development-based videos. His articles frequently appear in popular fitness publications and he is a highly sought-after speaker at leading industry conferences.

Bobby is currently aligned with leading organizations in the health and fitness industry, including FitPro, PTontheNet and the PT Academy Global.

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randles-blyth, dave | 23 May 2012, 10:50 AM

Really enjoyed this article, you have inspired me to begin to rediscover some of these concepts and re-focus on my passions in life. Thank you. Dave RB

Webb, Tim | 19 Apr 2011, 20:07 PM

I thought this was a very well written article, and has helped change the way in which I think. I will definitely be surrounding myself around those giants, and creating what I hope to be a better life for not only just me, but others I will come across.

Magedera, Carl | 20 Mar 2010, 21:36 PM

If knowledge were enough "than" librarians would rule the world? Lots of buzz words in this article and little substance. There is wisdom overload in this article, maybe better to have focussed on one theme and developed that.

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