This is part 2 of a series of 3 posts. Here’s Part 1. After you read this, check out Part 3 (the last part in the series.)
Lessons sometimes get taught in unexpected places. You just have to be aware and willing to learn them. In Part 1 of this series, I wrote about the first three workplace lessons I’ve learned from my personal trainer:
Be productive, not just busy.
Learn to tell when something doesn’t feel right.
Work smart: push yourself but respect a healthy balance.
Here are two more workplace lessons I’ve learned from my personal trainer at the gym. Read more
Several years ago, I decided to start lifting weights as part of my workout routine. After muddling my way through it at home (and seeing minimal results), I decided to work with a professional and hired a personal trainer. I was amazed at how quickly I saw results. Years later, I still see him every few months to tweak my workout routine and push me further.
Dave, my personal trainer, used to compete in bodybuilding competitions. He knows how to get results. He also understands how much psychology is responsible for being able to push yourself. Over time, I’ve observed that much of Dave’s advice doesn’t just apply to fitness and weightlifting. The psychology and coaching he uses to push me to achieve more than I could alone can also apply to being successful in the workplace.
Here are some workplace lessons I’ve learned from my personal trainer. Read more