The Importance of Teamwork in Business
If you’re an entrepreneur, then you know: You’re not an island – no matter how much time you spend trying to operate like one. It’s one of the toughest lessons for business owners to learn. As visionaries with big missions, we can’t accomplish all of our dreams without the right team of people to help us get there. That’s why this conversation about building, growing and retaining a strong team is so crucial. Amanda Benson-Tilch, host of The Ask Amanda Show, sits down with industry-leading fitness coach and consultant Rachel Cosgrove, who co-owns Results Fitness and Results University in Santa Clarita. They discuss key decisions that helped Rachel build two successful teams. They also share their secrets to success in this comprehensive team-building guide that covers everything from hiring the right person, to growing and keeping them. Links & Resources from the Episode
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Rachel Cosgrove – Fitness Coach & Consultant For over 20 years, Rachel Cosgrove has been the co-owner/operator of Results Fitness, a gym she owns with her husband, Alwyn Cosgrove. Rachel also works full time in their second business Results University, a business consulting firm where they help entrepreneurs create successful businesses.
The Ask Amanda Show On any given day, small business owners and entrepreneurs spend most of their time putting out fires, solving problems and asking themselves questions like: “How do I brand this? How do I reach more people online? Why can’t I break through my revenue ceiling and reach the next level of business?” This is why Amanda Benson-Tilch created The Ask Amanda Show.