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My Departure from Fitocracy's Day-To-Day Role

"Love ya, brah," I said hugging Brian as we stepped out of our interview with Bloomberg TV.

This was arguably the coolest coverage we've been fortunate enough to do as founders, and yet this wasn't without a tinge of sadness.

That's because this might be the last time that we appear in the media together.

I made the decision to withdraw from my daily role at Fitocracy. Effective immediately I will no longer be an employee of the company that I started three years ago with my college best friend.

I started off as Fitocracy's CTO (we're all glad that phase is over) with a limited understanding of fitness (I'd only coached half a dozen clients) and zero understanding of the fitness space. Since then, I moved into the role of Chief Growth Officer where I oversaw analytics and helped forge a number of partnerships including one with the Great Oak himself, Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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After work I went to get some dinner with Doug and Steve. Doug is one of the engineers at Smiley Media, who you will be hearing about soon due to some incredible plans we have set in motion. Steve, as you may remember owns Smiley Media. Jonah joined us later for drinks and fish tacos (for those of us who don't drink) at Saba, a generically trendy bar downtown. The draw was that its windows look down onto Cedar Street, where the Spasmodics were playing. The Spasmodics are a band who probably deserve some description, but I don't care enough to go into it.

When we were at Saba, I saw some incredibly hot girls. I know that may not seem noteworthy to a lot of readers, but I don't see a ton of hot girls on a regular basis for some reason. That should change.

Anyway, we all decided to go back to my place to watch Lost. Steve, Doug, and Jonah took Jonah's car, and I took mine.

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