Transform lives with words that move people.
If you’ve landed here, you’re at least a little like me. Someone who gives a damn about people.
Sure, I’m a dreamer…but you are too. Afterall, you started your own business just to improve people’s lives. That’s no small feat.
And I’m guessing your business is more than just how you help people, it’s also about your why.
I’m here to help you do more of what you love and less of the stuff you don’t.
Give your business a little copy cardio so you can dedicate your services to transforming your clients.
Let’s all agree to stop saying, “no cookie-cutter” in our branding. Your clients need to know exactly what you’re offering and how you’re going to change their life.
Exercising your voice will gain you clients that both need and want YOUR help. Not just any trainer.
Strong people need strong words. People who want to improve their lives probably need some harsh reality. Coupling compassion with honesty produces RESULTS.
You give the coaching cues and I give your online presence the tough love you need for success.
Rest is a crucial part of any good exercise regime. It gives people the appropriate amount of time for recovery. Recovery is essential to sustainability.
Spending more time with your clients and less time worried about back-end business hacks will allow you to expand how you want to.
When the going gets tough, the tough get going."
– Momma DeWitt
Build the business of your dreams
The Cait DeWitt way
I’m big on being healthy. Creating a long and fruitful life for me means taking care of my mental wellbeing as well as my body. And I love talking about the best ways to do it.
I understand the demands of elite level athletes – I’ve been one. After 19 years on a court, Division One (dual-sport) that led to four Pro seasons in Switzerland, 6 surgeries, 3 comeback seasons and ZERO regrets for how my career turned out. I’ve used just about every “hack” in the book – mental and physical.
I’ve always had a knack for the intangibles. Writing that makes me feel something. Quotes that motivate and speeches that elicit tears. A feeling of goosebumps when I see an athlete win something no one else thought they could. The underdogs. The believers. The tenacious ones who fight tooth and nail and still come up short. There’s a winner in everyone and a competitor in everyone.
My philosophy is to win everyday. No matter how small.