Wednesday, August 7, 2013

A Note From Your Trainer

I think i have said this before but being a trainer is a lot like being shrink. I wish I had a degree as a psychologist because I could charge A LOT more per hour. I just have to vent that it irritates me that people don't accept help and do what they are told. If you find it hard refocus and get back at it. Don't whine about the pain, we all have pain. Your human body has no more significance than my body. It all depends on what you put into it what you will get out of it. If you accept you can, then prove it to yourself. Once you see it you believe it.

You can have every and any excuse to have been held back physically, emotionally, intellectually, or spiritually. Weather its parents , friends, abuse, accident or tragedy...there are too many to list. And they are valid most of the time. I accept and understand and don't judge. I have my own demons I am still trying to work out at 41 years old. But I am trying to work them out. I am not sitting around saying it hurts, my mom made this way, I don't have enough money or no one understands me. And I have come very far in my short adult life. And I know if I did not accept responsibility for how my life is GOING, rather than blame others for how it went, I would be sitting in the bed everyday on heavy medication, old bitter and angry. And that is unacceptable to me. If you r doctor, friend, teacher, shrink, boss, neighbor or TRAINER offer help TAKE IT!

If you have been given the opportunity to turn things around in a positive direction, and if you have been offered the information to make significant lasting changes for the better, and you have a chance to move past what has been dragging you down, TAKE IT. And if you don't take it you have no one to blame but yourself. Not many people get that chance and even fewer get it twice. TAKE whats given to you and make the most of this life. You can make a difference.You don't know who is watching. So if someone offers you help don't give excuses, give results.
You are stronger than you think, and can do more than you know.
Or be so kind to let them know ahead of time you are not willing to do the work so they can move on to someone else who needs and wants the help.

1 comment:

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