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Carl Ficks

Wellness to Thrive

Overview:

I teach that fitness and wellbeing are the cornerstones of success. I am a marathoner, endurance cyclist and former 30+ year trial lawyer who brings hard-won wisdom, real world experience and actionable strategies to my work. I've been a frequent guest on leadership, business and legal podcasts, and a sought-after trainer for companies and professional associations.

Bio:

Carl R. Ficks, Jr. helps busy professionals, and their teams, thrive with fitness. He’s a marathoner, endurance cyclist and former 30+ year trial lawyer who brings hard-won wisdom, real world experience and actionable strategies to his work. The founder of No Surrender, LLC, Carl teaches that fitness and wellbeing are the cornerstones of success. He’s a frequent guest on leadership, business and legal podcasts, and a sought-after trainer for companies and professional associations. His “Friday Ficks” newspaper column provides strategies, tools and inspiration to stay resourceful and resilient, regardless of the circumstances. When not cycling thousands of miles or chasing the next audacious fitness goal, Carl enjoys traveling far and wide with his wife and two daughters. (www.carlficks.com)

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Suggested topics:

Fitness goal setting

Instituting a plan for your goal(s)

Carrying through with the plan

How to have fun doing it

Savoring, reflecting and reassessing

Suggested QUESTIONS:

What wellness practices mattered to you during your career as a lawyer?

How did you find time to exercise while balancing a busy law practice with family and community responsibilities?

Is prioritizing your wellness selfish?

What prompted you to formally leave the law in 2021 and start No Surrender?

What wellness opportunities do you see for the folks you are looking to support through No Surrender?

What wellness opportunities, if any, were revealed during the pandemic?

What if someone has never exercised before - can you help that person?

Where's the value in hiring a coach?

Is there a happy medium between running marathons/cycling 100 miles and doing nothing?

Are there accountability hacks that you can share with the audience?