Cultivating relationships may be one of the hardest things about being a coach. We must constantly manage the relationship with our clients, our bosses and our loved ones, all with some finesse. Our guest today, Zeb Pascual, is a great example of someone who is an expert at maintaining relationships, even as his own titles changed.

Zeb is a coach, self-proclaimed nerd, CrossFitter, Vibram five finger enthusiast, cell phone flipper, CrossFit Coach, entrepreneur, servant of strength and health, chocolate lover, musical theatre enthusiast, competitive rope climber, runner, swimmer, softball player, nurse, and kidney transplant survivor.

Zeb was an early adopter of CrossFit and what began as him being a fulltime coach eventually turned into him opening up his own facility CrossFit Nerd, and nowadays he is back being a full-time CrossFit Coach at Spry Society in Culver City. He is the founder and host of the podcast The Pascual Project, which seeks to explore the nature and importance of physical vitality and longevity, entrepreneurship and economic freedom, command and leadership, and all the shenanigans in between.

We cover:

  • Why relationships are the most important thing in your business
  • How to be a leader even if you’re not an extrovert
  • How to masterfully create, maintain and manage relationships
  • The 4 beliefs that are pivotal for all businesses
  • Why compassion is a waste of time
  • What the future of health and fitness in Western Civilization
  • and more!

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Ep 56: Zeb Pascual - from Coach to Business Owner and Back to Coach

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