Chris Smith, Author at Impulse Training

Chris Smith

Chris graduated from Walsh University with a Bachelor's Degree in Communications and a Master's Degree in Education. She joined Impulse as a client in 2013 as an overweight, out-of-shape and depressed person looking to get healthy. With consistent workouts and cleaner eating, better health poured into her life along with an 80 pound weight loss. She was asked to join the Impulse team in 2014 as a Guest Relations Coordinator. Her most important role at Impulse is making people feel at home by being able to relate to the struggles of getting your health under control. Chris's compassion and empathy for each client helps them see their potential through her own story. She has experienced all the different service options offered at Impulse, and she is able to give honest insight as to what programs would be in the best interest of each client. Her role at Impulse is continually evolving and now involves everything from finances, to marketing, to most importantly...taking care of our clients!

Impulse Training - Celebrating the Success of Others

Celebrating the Success of Others

Recently, I watched a documentary about the insanely athletic professional rock climber, Tommy Caldwell, on his journey to climbing the iconic El Capitan of Yosemite National Park. Over the years, he had perfected the handful of routes that have been climbed up the 3,000-foot slab of sheer vertical granite. However, the Dawn Wall, the first …

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Impulse Training - Use Your Words

Use Your Words

Words. They’re just made out of letters, right? Well …sure, the alphabet plays a large role in the formation of words, but it’s the meaning behind that string of letters which holds so much potential. Words are a powerful thing. They have the honor of brightening someone’s day or the daunting task of ruining someone’s …

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Impulse Training - Overcoming Addiction

Overcoming Addiction

Everyone seems to have an addiction to something. Find out some key factors in helping you overcome that addiction.

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