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by david vera


he’s pushed us, prodded us, broken us down and built us back up. She’s seen thousands of clients through


to achieve their personal successes. She’s the no-nonsense broad with a barrel full of brains who could probably take on an army if she weren’t so busy improving people’s lives through physical fitness. The Rage Monthly caught up with Jackie Warner to discuss the newest mantra of moxie she’s developed, plus a few tips to keep us from indulging ourselves into an early grave! With imminent plans to return to TV to feature her line of fitness/wellness products, Jackie’s empire seems to be in great shape with no signs of hitting plateau.


Thank you for your time, Jackie! The last time we spoke, 10 Pounds in 10 Days was approaching it’s release. How’s that gone so far? It was a very rocky launch! (Laughs) There were


“That’s thes the hardest par dest part convincing people vincing people


that theyt they are worthy and that they


and that they can change their fr


of r of reference about how they perceive themselves...”


their frame e about


some editing errors. My publisher did not copy edit the book appropriately and somehow the rough draft made it to the press, not the final draft. There were errors that were pretty integral to the diet and exercise portions of the program. That was a rather big embarrassment for me as a brand. We had to do a lot of customer service on my website and social media to repair my relationship with my readers. It was a difficult time for me. It still made the New York Times Bestseller List—it still sold well. But unlike my first book, which was such an incredible experience and a labor of love, this book has been a little more difficult if you know what I mean. I can imagine! I’m a copy editor myself, and I know exactly how damaging that can be. Yeah, it was crazy! Unfortunately this version of


the book was also printed in the U.K. and Australia. It was my first time publishing there, and for this to be the first book for these readers to see was a little upsetting. Many sleepless nights in March!


56 RAGE monthly | AUGUST 2012 | AUGUST 2012


JACKIE WARN


EAT


MOVE


BELIEVE


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