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Fast Tracks Insight Interview
An interview with Rich Fettke
Why increased effort and longer hours aren't the answer -- and what is.
"Extreme success is about expanding success into all areas of your life. It's about breaking the old rules that talk about struggle and doing it on our own. That just doesn't work anymore. It's about finding your way to what you want with greater ease and greater joy."
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Rich Fettke is a top success coach, extreme sports athlete, author, and speaker. A former CEO of a large health club franchise, Rich has over 20 years experience in business and has been featured in USA Today, the Wall Street Journal, Self and Entrepreneur Magazine. He has also been a guest on every major TV network and on dozens of radio programs. Rich's clientele includes IBM, Prudential, Century 21, Morgan Stanley and the United States Army. Rich has competed in the ESPN X-Games and is a record-holding bungee jumper, licensed skydiver, and an experienced rock climber.