Nick Habich wanted to become a Two-Brain Business mentor because he couldn’t think of anything better than leading other gym owners to success while they help clients improve their lives.
At Shark Bite Fitness and Nutrition in Cape Coral, Florida, Nick works to improve the lives of his own members through fitness, nutrition, community and camaraderie.
The original business is almost nine years old, but Nick has been through several changes over the years. First he expanded to three locations, then consolidated to two. Along the way, he went from not paying himself from the gym to achieving over $100,000 in net owner benefit and being asked to join the prestigious Two-Brain Tinker program.
With a stable business, Nick provides opportunities for four full-time staff members and serves as CEO and CMO for Athletic Recovery Services. He also owns the SWFL Sharks of the Florida Grid League. At Shark Bite, he still coaches, sells and develops staff—but only because he loves doing so.
Nick achieved dramatic results in his own business in fewer than two years, and now he wants to help others move quickly to earn their Perfect Days, too.
“My mission as a mentor is to help people build businesses they’re proud of, that sustain the lifestyles they want to live,” Nick said.
Nick’s special interests as a mentor include running multiple locations, opening and closing gyms, rebranding, and separating from partners, among other things. His mentoring style is supportive and directive, and he works hard to help entrepreneurs take action.
“I want people to understand that they’re doing a good job and deserve what they’re getting. And I want to motivate them to do more,” he said.
He continued: “My ideal client wants to get to work. They have a passion to help others, and they’re starting to realize that they also deserve to make a living, but they don’t know how to do that yet.”
Nick has a bachelor of science degree in athletic training and is a veteran of the U.S. Army. He isn’t bilingual but is comfortable communicating in Spanish.
In his spare time, Nick reads comics, plays video games, plays with his wiener dog and works out.