We had the good fortune of connecting with Dionte Brooks and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Dionte, is there something that you feel is most responsible for your success?
First off one of the most humbling person you can meet. Most important factor is how hard I work for my team and clients. I have a great way of understanding on how each individual is different and knowing how to push them at a high level within their limit. Identifying weaknesses rather physical or mental and coming up with different strategies to beat them. Best thing I get I get out of it is having someone saying I did something I thought I would never do.
That’s really the success behind my brand. I make it comfortable for everyone to feel like they winning.
Alright, so for those in our community who might not be familiar with your business, can you tell us more?
Honestly, setting yourself far apart in this business is probably one the hardest thing to come realize. For the most part a squat is a squat and a push is a push-up. I feel like just keeping yourself informed & aware on new things going on.Making different connection and staying creative helps you keep growing. Consistent growth is what you look for in this business.
For me business is just another shot for me to be great and leave something behind for my family and to the people I help. Is it easy hell naw. But I love putting the work in for something I can is mines. So days when I worked for someone and didn’t want to go in I can’t feel like that no more. If the fails I fail.
The world needs to know that 4thQuarter is just not about training but the way of living your normal life. We all playing until that clock hits 0:00 and what side do you want to be on?
Shoutout is all about shouting out others who you feel deserve additional recognition and exposure. Who would you like to shoutout?
I have many people to be thankful for on this journey. One person I don’t speak about enough is my grandfather. Man took me to every game, every practice, or any where I needed to get to. But!!! He didn’t play them games, it wasn’t no joke with him. Coming this far now myself and just understanding life better and learning more about the time he was raised in I get it now. Understand the values and the difference things he was teaching me and in many ways his teaching has played big role in my character today. So shoutout to Joe,