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- You must first learn to listen for others to listen to you
- JD Busch is the Chief Energy Office
- His company resulted from an accident he had and through his recovery he discovered this technology
- Pulse Performance is EMS Personal Training
- EMS (Electrical Muscle Stimulation) suit targets all layers of muscles at once to build and restore lean muscle mass
“Leave Your Mark” is a saying that JD Busch adopted early on in his career. It not only spoke to his passion for continually evolving but also inspire others to follow their path to success. Over the years, he has learned that the power of controlling one’s attitude towards life is truly the most significant and impactful way to reach one’s goals. His relentless drive has brought him the success to build a business from the ground up in the development of many franchise brands. JD was involved in an accident in 2020. As a hard-working entrepreneur, JD already knew there are no shortcuts in life, especially his recovery. After reading and researching different methods of rehabilitation and training, JD came across Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS). Widely known across Europe, this unique tech-driven fitness solution seemed to be exactly what JD was looking for. After multiple sessions, JD made major strides in his recovery and a drastic reduction in chronic pain. His muscles were reactivated and strong; his traumatic accident was now in the rearview mirror. In 2021, JD started Pulse Performance, a 30-minute tech-driven fitness solution. EMS fitness and rehab workouts transformed JD’s life for the better, a place he thought he may never be after his accident. Known for taking things up a notch, JD integrated specific aspects to the Pulse Performance workout including stellar customer service, complementary BMI screenings, stretching programs, infrared fat loss, and a nutrition plan, all personalized for the clientele.
The Listening Guide
Create a listening culture that elevates the employee experience with The Listening Guide.
Through this guide, Heather uncovers how you can ensure those you lead feel heard by taking 3 approaches to listening inside an organization.
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