Super to have you joining our Team GREAT to see you jumping right into our message boards!
One angle to consider is that most of us are driven by perfectionistic tendencies. How many times do we disappoint ourselves by setting such high standards that are unattainable...so we fail and beat ourselves up yet some more.
We are all imperfectly perfect...some of us just may not know this yet! It sounds to me as though you can offer a more balanced perspective toward improving one's health and wellness.
The other point is that there are as many different paths toward improving our health and wellness as there are people. The only one who can find and develop a plan that suits us to a "T" is ourselves! As a personal trainer I would see you in the role as being a major catalyst to a person's journey toward better health; providing general nudges in the right direction and facilitating a person's own discovery of a specific plan of what works for themselves.
GL with your efforts and c'mon back...hoping you can share some of your PT strategies to rev up us Health Pros even MORE! :-)
Co-Team Leader for All Health Pros, Binghamton Area Losers & Laid Off But Staying Strong SparkTeams
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