Nov 19, 2018
Ellen Latham is a perfect
example of “never say never”. She took a vision she had in her
mind, and a love of helping people become happy and healthy, and
created a billion dollar business. Today, she shares her journey of
going from a single mom fired from her job, to opening her own
fitness center, to creating Orangetheory Fitness, a company that
changed the fitness industry and created a colorful new category.
She also shares some top level fitness insight, how she overcomes
moments of self doubt, and why she will never give up a delicious
bowl of spaghetti.
What You’ll Hear in This Episode:
- Ellen’s background in fitness and health, and
the impact her parents had on her winning mindset.
even Ellen has mornings she doesn’t want to get up and workout.
Find out how she gets out of bed to rise and conquer.
- Ellen’s very own fitness regime, eating plan,
and the different modalities and moderations she does to switch it
fateful day Ellen got let go from her job, and the details she
still remembers decades later.
her father instilled his sports psychology of momentum shifting to
be resilient, grateful and proactive.
societal shift in mindset and mentorship of women in business over
the recent generations that Ellen has witnessed.
Ellen made the giant leap from giving one on one lessons, opening a
pilates studio and opening “Ellen’s Ultimate Workout”.
way Ellen brought in cutting edge science to design workouts that
get proven results in an entire new category.
Ellen turned away her first offer to franchise!
lessons Ellen learned in not being able to “Ellen-ize” every
studio, and the need to create design templates that could be
asking for help and support is a display of strength, not a sign
wonderful and unique culture that Orangetheory creates in every
studio, with every person.
importance of mixing human contact with modern technology in
business, and how Orangetheory balances both.
women shouldn’t be afraid of weight lifting!
- What’s next for Orangetheory, and Ellen both
personally and professionally.
- Ellen’s advice for female entrepreneurs looking
to truly live their best life: believe in your potential, find your
purpose, stick with your people.
- “Create your “why”, and you gain clarity and
Italian, so carbs are something we will never give up.”
- “Focus on what you do have and your talents,
know your worth.”
I hear a problem, I look for solutions. That’s just who I
have to believe in your potential one thousand
advantage of the colorful thinking of women. It will add to your
going to leave a legacy of changing and improving the
find great happiness when you find your purpose in
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