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Tobias Robert William Pearce  Founder & CEO @sweat πŸ’§ . Co-Creator of the 'BBG' programs - @kayla_itsines πŸ˜˜πŸ’ . Educate. Innovate. Motivate. .

http://www.sweat.com/

Big thanks to @theprojecttv for coming down to visit us at our office in Adelaide, and for an awesome segment on TV tonight. πŸ™Œ #sweat

Here. We. Go! 60kg (132lb) dumbbell each hand for 7 clean reps and almost lines up perfectly with 8 years since my first proper gym session! πŸ¦„πŸ’ͺ This was a hard earned personal record for me. Time to get strong and prepare for a huge 2018. #sweat

Home on Tuesday, Sydney yesterday (Wednesday) and back last night, now time for Melbourne today πŸ›« #hustle #sweat

PART 2 VIDEO: I am proud and feel very blessed to announce that last night @sweat won the Best Export Business Award in the e-commerce category at the Business SA 2017 Export Awards.

These awards celebrate international excellence and recognise the most dynamic, hard-working and innovative people and businesses among South Australians. I want to personally thank everyone for helping us, especially my amazing team and @kayla_itsines for supporting me to achieve the success we have so far, and for placing @sweat as not only one of the best businesses in Australia, but also around the world in our industry.

I was unprepared for a speech last night so please forgive the umms and aahs while I stumble through nervous words. Please turn the volume up and have a 1 minute listen.
Thank you again for all of your support and thank you @business.sa πŸ¦„

PART 1 VIDEO:
I am proud and feel very blessed to announce that last night @sweat won the Best Export Business Award in the e-commerce category at the Business SA 2017 Export Awards.

These awards celebrate international excellence and recognise the most dynamic, hard-working and innovative people and businesses among South Australians. I want to personally thank everyone for helping us, especially my amazing team and @kayla_itsines for supporting me to achieve the success we have so far, and for placing @sweat as not only one of the best businesses in Australia, but also around the world in our industry.

I was unprepared for a speech last night so please forgive the umms and aahs while I stumble through nervous words. Please turn the volume up and have a 1 minute listen.
Thank you again for all of your support and thank you @business.sa πŸ¦„

I took the time this Saturday to continue the demolition in some new building space. This 1980's glass wall had to go. Will finish this all tomorrow and hoping to see the same takedowns tomorrow night at @diamondback_fc Proud to see another Australian group succeed. If you're around grab a seat. #safetyfirst

@kayla_itsines and I got an awesome opportunity today to speak at the Appsflyer mobile Marketing event in Napa Valley, USA. 🎀 With companies like Apple, Uber and Facebook present it was an awesome environment to talk about mobile business and to meet and learn from some amazing industry leaders. Also, my jumper totally is not purple..πŸ˜…

At the UN Women event in NYC, learning so much from some very inspiring people. 🌍 I can't wait to jump on stage really soon.

Off on another trip, πŸ›«AUS --> NYCπŸ›¬πŸŽ Looking forward to the hustle of the big city. Truly excited with the opportunity I've been given. The UN Women are holding a Global Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship Forum later this week at which I will be speaking. What an absolutely phenomenal experience it will be. I'll keep you posted along the way. #staytuned

Just revisiting last week where this beautiful girl taught me how to play piano/smile a bit more! πŸ™ˆπŸ˜˜

Recently I had the pleasure of talking with female empowerment writer @michpking from @forbes πŸ’ͺ We had a great conversation about what's important in business when you're serving a female audience, how to connect with women on social media and knowing what's the right 'next move' to make with your business. πŸ€“This motivates me so much for what's coming in the next 12 months for @Sweat and I can't wait to make an even better, life changing product for you all. Time to raise the bar, again.πŸ¦„ Click the link in my bio and have a read now on @forbes
https://www.forbes.com/sites/michelleking/2017/07/10/want-to-build-a-global-business-empire-engage-and-empower-women/#148620ad60e6

Part 2: Living in a tin shed at 19 I often looked at my life thinking "I'm not lucky enough to have certain things, I can barely afford food" looking at a toy dream car I got when I was 7. I often picked it up, got motivated and thought "one day I'm gonna get one". The goal wasn't much about the car, but more so what it represented; financial sustainability & overcoming a life long struggle for independence. "Freedom"

Once starting Personal Training I had a chance to seek both financial and LIFE independence. If successful, id be able to make others healthy & feel good about themselves, get out of my shed and be "free". During Uni I used PT as an outlet & tried hard to make ends meet. In under 4 months I was busy with 2 start ups & a female boot camp.
Jumping forward a few years, I made enough money to rent. Finally after years of being isolated and homeless, without certainty, I had MY OWN HOME.
Early 2014 as the business and my teams success grew, I could now afford my dream car! Instead, I chose to invest & donate money to charity for those less fortunate, as I truly understand what this is like. This learned from my Father, a far wiser man than I.
Early 2015, my birthday came around again. I decided to buy my dream car and like a typical boy, initially I drove it in an unsafe manner. Im in a good position to set an example for young people, I should've taken this responsibility serious. Reality check, I was pulled over one night a few years ago for speeding & the Police took this to the full extent. For my naive 23 yr old behaviour, I got fined & lost my licence for 1 year. I got what I deserved, I know I shouldn't have done this & deeply regret this.
The past 2 yrs I've grown up & learnt some big lessons. These make me a better person for the future & let me commit larger, positive things to society. I'm Tobi, 25, a young & learning CEO of a global company & investments group. Now it's 2017 & I've employed almost 100 amazing people & am thankful to you for taking time out of your day to read a part of my story. I'm not perfect, but I'm doing all I can to become the best I can, positively contribute to the world & others. I'm not done..more soon

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