MEET TEAM C4'S
RON "BOSS" EVERLINE
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Ron "Boss" Everline has made personal fitness and entrepreneurship his life's work. He attended Northwest Missouri State University on a full athletic football scholarship in pursuit of his professional football dreams. With time, he realized that he loved the process as much as the sport and launched his company and now, well know brand Just Train Inc. where he has been fortunate to train and take on business ventures with high net worth clients in the US and UAE.
"Just train the mind and the body will follow"
OREOS / BBQ
Favorite sport to watch
Morning person or night owl?
Indoor workout or outdoor workout?
Traveler or homebody?
Leg day or arm day?
Cardio or weights?
GET TO KNOW BOSS
What advice would you give to a young person who aspires to follow in your footsteps?
There are three pinnacles that I think are important if you want to follow in my footsteps:
- Be consistent: I’m really big on being consistent in my actions. If you want to accomplish any kind of success- whether you’re a trainer, aspiring CEO, writer, etc.- the principles are always the same. You have to be willing to put in the work and be consistent.
- Never sacrifice: no matter where you are, no matter what you do, never sacrifice your integrity or your accountability. This applies not only to the people you talk to, but also to yourself. Self-accountability is very important. No matter what path you’re on, follow through on the things you say, and be an example of someone that is reliable.
- When you can’t do something, admit it: don’t leave people to wonder if you’re going to follow through. Honest communication is key. Most people can understand, for example, if you’re running 20 minutes late. Don’t say you’re around the corner if you’re going to keep people waiting
What are some of the most interesting or exciting projects you are working on now?
Right now, the biggest transition in my life is entrepreneurship. I am excited to show people the business side of me, to be able to show my growth (and lack of). I don’t know everything, but I do know a lot, and I’m willing to come to the table to listen and learn, and to be a vessel of good. I’m 36 and a new dad, and I want to let the world know that opportunities can continue to grow. I am excited about my work with C4 and Cellucor, for example. I have been working with this company for five years, but I used to dream of the day I could say I was a partner of C4 and Cellucor. It took a lot of hard work and time to make this happen, and I am excited to share the journey. I am looking forward to sharing, to learning, and for people to see me in the way of business and be an example of someone who truly preserves.
What is your favorite “Life Lesson Quote”?
“Consistency over sensational” is a quote I live by. Consistency is the thing that resonates with me the most. If you’re looking at a sports game, I would rather be the guy who plays well consistently through the whole season than the guy who plays one or two great games a year. That’s the way I look at life.