A Focus on Life!

Aaron Blank / March 6, 2014

By, Aaron Blank

Time flies when you are having fun. Each day, I coach our staff and clients on focusing their time on exercising. 15 minutes a day is all it takes to get it done. The focus: social media. Spend 15 minutes a day and you’ll be better off in the end. For years, I’ve followed that philosophy but I’ve often neglected the other exercise. The one for me and my body. 

As I gain years on my life, I’m also gaining pounds. Time to flip that around. 

A few months ago, my buddy Michael Lee, owner of Express Employment Professionals in Seattle, and I went to lunch. His meal was a plate of broccoli. Mine was a plate of cauliflower. We compared notes on our diets. Mine was Ideal Protein – artificial and not life changing. (I’ve done it before, lost the weight but put it all back.) His was the XGym. And he looked fit! First time in his life according to him.

Thanks to that lunch — I’m now at the XGym. “Real results in 21 minutes, twice a week.” Combine that with a good diet and more exercise and you’ll be in good shape, they say. 30 days into the program and I’m feeling good – I’m not seeing the results yet but that takes some time. In the coming weeks, I’ll plan to update you on my progress over at the Xgym. 

So far… I’m going. And I’m fitting in a regular routine of other exercise into my day. That there is a start. 

Over at The Fearey Group, we just initiated a fitness challenge. Goal: get more of us in better shape in 2014. 

Join me in this journey. See you on the other end.

Aaron Blank, Puget Sound Business Journal's 40 under 40 recipient - 2015

Aaron Blank

CEO, Owner

Aaron has been engaged in the conversation since the late 1990s, where he discovered his love of media while working at local radio stations. After five years as a radio reporter, anchor, producer and promoter in New York and Connecticut, he and his wife, Lacey, ventured west to begin his career in PR. Soon he caught the attention of industry legend Pat Fearey and the rest is history. Two decades later, as CEO and owner of The Fearey Group, Aaron leads with tireless enthusiasm and contagious drive. He takes his breakfast at 4:30 AM and never eats lunch alone. You can find him working to connect the next business with tomorrow’s leader.

Personal philosophy: do something amazing every day!