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The New Health Professional

March 20, 2014

Serious thoughtful male doctor standing against white backgroundAfter completing my “5 Adjustments” webinar, I received a slew of emails and messages from attendees, and while I covered a variety of strategies for growth, the one they most embraced was the recognition of our potential.  I drew some fire related to my comment, “Doctors Do Not Respect Personal Trainers,” but as egos quiet and reality rises to the surface, it becomes clear that our industry has a long way to go in terms of professional respect.

Fitness coachAs Personal Trainers following a slowly evolving fitness paradigm, we can be effective, but within limits.  When we start to embrace our potential to serve as members of the Allied Health Care Team, when we start to appreciate the power we have to reverse the insidious and abysmal disease trending our nation is witnessing, and when we realize we may be the missing piece of 21st century medicine, we re-think our value, and that’s a very good thing.  I hope you’re re-thinking your value now!

If you missed the webinar, you can invest an hour of your time in accessing the complete recording:

www.anymeeting.com/715-381-100/EF54DC828546

As always, I invite feedback, thoughts, and comments.

Be Better.

Note: The next Be Better program for fitness professionals begins April 17, 2014.  Interested?  Apply.

And another note: I posted my recommended reading list for Personal Trainers.  It will surprise you as it has little to do with fitness and everything to do with bettering people’s lives.  Check it out.

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