David Bohmiller, Founder @ Inevitabl

New stuff and showing up consistently

Published 8 months ago • 1 min read

It's been a fun week of change, as I've announced a couple of additions to my professional pursuits. Included are roles as:

  1. Co-Founder of Epicenter Training
  2. Member Board of Directors of For Those Who Would

The 1st brings me back to my fitness industry roots, and with creative, experienced, and passionate Co-Founders as our nucleus. Our mission is to Empower Personal Trainers to Thrive Independently.

The 2nd stems from my involvement in charitable giving and endurance events. Where my frequency of racing has slowed, I'm honored to have been invited, and approved, to join the Board to lend to the mission of supporting individuals prevented from participating in athletic and physical recreational activities due to debilitating injuries or chronic diseases.

I don't stress about much, though as I've considered how to show up at my best in both, I was glad to open James Clear's newsletter yesterday.

In it (read it here), as the 1st item in his "3 Ideas from Me" section, he begins:

Forget about peak performance. Would your results improve if you simply focused on being reliable in normal moments?

It's been part of my strategy in nearly everything I've done; to show up consistently, performing well at the everyday things, and collaborating well with team members.

Get the reps in on this in the day-to-day, and you'll be prepared well when the time comes for the mission critical stuff that'll require big swings from you and the team.

A Question for You...

What's one thing that's served you well when you've added changes, new roles, or new responsibilities to your plate?

If you're in email, hit reply to let me know. If you're reading this on the web, send me a message via my contact form. I'm excited to hear from you!

In health,

David Bohmiller, MBA, MS (he/him/his)
Founder, CEO and Consulting Executive
Inevitabl LLC

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