July 15, 2017

The Push

Posted in Uncategorized tagged , , , , , at 5:47 am by Broken & Brave

Helping Others Push to Potential is like helping someone push on some weights…

How do you help someone reach their potential, whether it is in their fitness journey or in their overall life journey? …You must give ample encouragement, support and belief. It is powerful what can be done when you hear someone cheering you on and telling you to go for it! It makes you feel like someone’s got your back giving you supplemental strength. When the pain comes, because the pain will always come when we stretch and reach for something new, that encourage will pack power to see you through.

Whether it is the pain of a workout, charting new territories in your career or personal life, there will always be a season of growth. An example would be my personal training clients. It is my job to get them results, but they are the ones who have to achieve the results. So, I design the workout and walk them through it, but they are the ones who have to perform the movements and push themselves to a certain level of intensity. Some may not push very hard at all, just go through the motions. Others will push at a moderate intensity. Some will be afraid to try while others look at a challenge and say, “bring it on!”. Every personality, purpose and desire is different, but ALL of my clientele over the years have universally told me that their workouts go faster and they forget how hard it is because I am speaking to them and encouraging them through the entire session. Before they know it the workout is done and they have accomplished more than they could have on their own…

And so can you! You’ve got strength and potential popping out of you just like a well developed muscle. Don’t lose your hustle, push through and press in. You’re an Overcomer who IS GOING to win! ~Nicole

“He gives power to those who are tired and worn out; he offers strength to the weak. Even youths will become exhausted, and young men will fall give up. But those who wait on the Lord will find new strength. They will fly high on wings like eagles. They will run and not grow weary. They will walk and not faint.” Isaiah 40:29-31

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