Overcoming Mediocrity - Volume IICOURAGEOUS WOMEN - These stories are meant to inspire and encourage women to realize their true potential.
Tina Dunn has a passion for helping others reach their goals. She has spent twenty years in the fitness and wellness industry, transforming lives as a personal trainer and lifestyle coach. She owned and managed a weight management and fitness center for 10 years. Additionally, she holds a certificate in accounting, a National Personal Training Institute license, and a National Strength and Conditioning Association certificate, among several other certificates. Tina is Schaumburg’s Chapter Director and sits on the Executive Board for the Dynamic Professional Women’s Network.
Juggling daily responsibilities isn’t easy; over time, many women find themselves at the bottom of that list. Tina has met hundreds of women who have lost sight of themselves and their goals through the day-to-day challenges of being a wife, mother, employee or employer. She knows that, without a structured and practical daily plan, it’s easy to be overwhelmed, or even give up.
That’s why Tina began studying John Maxwell’s proven leadership methods and developed her own 7-step Rainbow Focus program to help women (and men) reach their full potential – not just in weight loss and fitness, but in all areas of their lives. She utilizes elements of the training experience to enhance her clients’ everyday productivity, development and decision-making skills, and create a more balanced lifestyle. Today, Tina is available for workshops, seminars and keynote speaking. If you are interested in discovering your passion, developing your future, overcoming your fears and honing your skills.
Somewhere Over the Rainbow
Here comes Change – whether you want it or not…
“I had to make a big change and take a leap into the unknown. The last thing I felt was Courage. But once the shock wore off, I began to realize that this new problem, like so many before in my life, was actually an opportunity in disguise. I had been thinking about making changes to my business for several years now, even studying new techniques I could add to my fitness and life coaching. This latest disruption of the status quo might be just the kick in the pants I needed to go from thinking to doing.”