• Your mother thinks it’s suddenly a good idea to tell you about her bowel movements
• Your friends who don’t exercise regularly see you as a goody two-shoes
• Your older brothers will scoff at the idea that you might be more “hench” than they
• You will meet clients who regard you as the confessional – until you put them right and explain that your role is trainer, not amateur priest
• You will – over time – gain the ability to positively influence others when they need help
• You will learn so much about your own body that you will wonder how you ever thought you’d get through life without knowing such stuff
• You will have amazing days with incredible clients achieving wonderful heights
• You will have clients who don’t want to be there and drain you. Lose them as soon as you can. They will not benefit you
• You will occasionally meet a force within your industry, from whom you could learn plenty. Make the most of the opportunity
• You will need an open mind, to constantly assess and question the latest trends and research
• You will do well to continue to study within and around your field, follow the blog posts of the experts. One day you may have something to say yourself
• Read, read some more, and never be without a book when you have time on your hands
• Thank your lucky stars (metaphorically speaking)every day that you have the best job in the world