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Brent Gallagher

Brent GallagherBrent started West U Fitness in 2006, with a vision to create a unique space with an energized look and feel, where trainers and clients become family and the facility itself is a part of the community fabric of Houston.

Brent’s core philosophy is to live a life of purpose that inspires individuals to become better versions of themselves.

As a recognized performance coach, Brent works with some of the world’s top professional golfers, as well as other elite athletes, weekend warriors and top-level executives.

Small is the new BIG: A counterintuitive approach to healthy entrepreneurship

In today’s world, we’re faced with such overwhelming challenges that we often feel stuck and don’t know where to start. But, we can all tap into the unbelievable power within to “get going” and make a huge difference in our lives and the lives of others – just by starting small.

Big success is often achieved by the little things in life – simply going the extra inch, taking baby steps, remembering who you are, redefining success and recognizing the power of servanthood.

“Sweating the small stuff” sounds counterintuitive, but it’s actually a recipe for success. In fact, it can be one of the best weapons in your business. From energizing your team and clients, to making a good impression during an initial consult, the real secret to getting ahead is to focus your attention on the little things in life.

Pay attention to them, and you’ll be on the right road to success. Disregard them, and you can undermine your most important relationships and miss the little clues that will solve your biggest problems.

In short, the most powerful thing you can do to broaden your horizons is to focus your outlook and see the next small step you need to take to make your vision of the future a reality in today.
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