I received an email from one of my industry friends today asking if I could do 3 grooming & etiquette talks in Nov 09 for a primary school.

I've done talks for adults, teenagers and secondary school students. But as for primary school students, this is going to be my first time.

It should not be too much to worry about as I'll just treat it as a challenge and customise the information to their level. As good trainers, we always tailor our presentation to cater to our specific audience.  That's the importance of being client-specific. The same goes for this case. 

Having been a relief teacher for a short while at two primary schools before, I fully understand the limited attention span and hyperactiveness of children at that level. So, it's not so much the density of the content that matters, but rather how to package the content to make it interesting and arrest their attention. Lots of examples, hands-on, colours and fun activities would definitely be in the works.

Alright, I'll get down to work after my Malaysia trip. Yeah! 

 

 

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Understanding how difficult it is to walk the fitness journey alone especially as all are just starting out, I've decided to value add further to the 4 guys who are in my Train The Trainer Certification Programme. 

But first before I informed them of the good news, I told them the 'not so good' news first. Hahaha...

I swear I saw some eyeballs grow bigger when I announced during class that they were already on the 90-Day Body Challenge. Let me explain what this means. 

As budding fitness enthusiasts, you must first convince yourself that you are fully satisfied with the services yourself before you can convince your prospects. More importantly, you must go through the baptism of fire personally to experience it first-hand. Only then can you share your experience with your prospects.

After explaining the rationale to them, all agreed. 

Then, I sweetened it by telling them that I will offer them a free mentorship programme during the 90 days. Each mentor (myself & Dex, my business partner) will take 2 mentees each. 

I wish someone offered me this when I first started on my long and arduous fitness journey from stick-thin to lean toned me today. If there was, I would not have walked the long winding road and wasted precious time & money.

Looking forward to being a good mentor. Watch this space :)

 

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