Tech and systems are my absolute zone of genius. But what gets me most hyped about tech and systems is implementing them for a business I care deeply about. So I connected my skill with the industry I love more than any other–health & fitness.
Health & fitness are a huge part of my life and have been for a while. I’ve probably taken every workout class in Toronto, and at this point, I only take off my align tank when it’s date night. Not just me–right?
FitSystems is the perfect pair of
I’m an athleisure-wearing, aperol spritz drinking, fitness-loving dog momma in Toronto, Canada.
If someone told me I’d be helping health & fitness professionals transform their tech and systems five years ago, I would have believed them, and I’d be pretty damn excited about it.
For the past five years of my life, I’ve been working furiously at tech startups specializing in automation for businesses of all sizes. And for the past ten years, I’ve been obsessively exploring fitness classes of all kinds.
I've completed over 100 process and workflow audits.
I’ve advised on process improvements for over 100 businesses.
I've built nearly 100 Zaps in two years.
I’ve trained over 200 companies on how to use different tech platforms.
I’ve planned and managed 10 program launches in the past 1.5 years.
I’m known to get the dance floor started–a humble brag I’m especially proud of.
Girl, you are not alone. Running a health & fitness business ain’t easy. I’ve seen first-hand how learning how to run an online business can ruin your confidence. Not to mention the time, energy, and soul-sucking power tech has over so many people. Learning new tech isn’t for everyone–but lucky for you, I’m obsessed with it.
With the right technology, processes, and systems in place, you can save hours a week on the back-end of your business. Less headaches, less overwhelm, less long-hours, and less Google-ing your way through complex systems.
→ You want to have some fun while making power moves in business.
→ You value freedom and don’t want life to revolve around business
→ You feel excited to get the back-end operations off your plate.
→ You’re ready to invest in the right systems and processes to support long-term scalability.
→ You want to scale your business and you’re ready to trust a professional to help you.
→ You’ve been in business for at least two years and you’re really ready to get your systems and processes in place.
And I’m not talking about the outfit check you do before leaving your house. Here are a few things to ask yourself to see if we’re a good fit for each other.