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For his first "Executive Decision" segment of the year, Cramer sat down with Rick Stollmeyer, chairman and CEO of Mindbody (MB) , the business management software provider for the fitness industry.

Stollmeyer said that just about everyone makes new year's resolutions to get and stay healthy and Mindbody helps make that happen by connecting gyms and spas to the largest audience possible. The company's platform allows customers to book classes themselves and offers dynamic pricing to ensure that every spin bike and yoga mat is occupied at the best possible prices.

Mindbody currently boasts over 6.8 million users on their platform. The company makes money from selling subscriptions to wellness centers and taking a small fee of every transaction that occurs. Stollmeyer said Mindbody was international almost from inception, but continues to invest both domestically as well as overseas.

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