About

Joleen Bingham

Joleen Bingham is passionate about inspiring clients to create successful businesses that support the lives they want to lead.

As the CEO of 13 Stripes, Joleen has achieved functional retirement before the age of 40.  She is now committed to helping others improve their businesses and create amazing lives for themselves and their families outside those businesses.

When she and husband Leighton purchased 13 Stripes CrossFit in 2016, she had just given birth to their second child, and Leighton missed much of the first three weeks of the infant’s life working at the gym in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Given the stress on their marriage, the Binghams contacted Chris Cooper and started with Two-Brain Business in 2017.

After quadrupling their revenue, they opened a second location—13 Stripes Fitness—in nearby Dillsburg. Applying what they had learned, they achieved profitability in just three months, with personal training providing 70 percent of their revenue.  

Joleen specializes in working with gym owners who are just starting up, those who want to build their personal training revenue, and those who have reached the point in their journey where they are asking “what’s next?”

As a parent of three who has been overwhelmed, over-stressed and overworked before, Joleen also loves working with parents and adults who are overwhelmed by trying to make their businesses successful while still working other jobs. 

A Tinker Coach, Joleen loves helping entrepreneurs reach the next level of success. She helps these clients build their wealth and leadership skills so they can enjoy their lives now and for years to come. 

In addition to numerous fitness credentials, Joleen holds a bachelor of science degree and a master’s degree in instruction. She was a science and gifted-education teacher for 12 years and is highly skilled in helping people learn new things.

In her spare time—provided by her successful gym—Joleen enjoys reading, playing with her children and traveling.

“Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful.” - Albert Schweitzer

the definition of insanity is

Trying the Same Thing Over and Over Again
And Expecting Different Results

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