Maximizing the health and performance goals of your clients requires several qualities. While having a model surrounding movement and other health factors are incredibly important, how often do we consider the health of ourselves in the equation? If you do not have a healthy social life, difficulty interacting with other people, and continue to improve our knowledge base, how can we achieve buy-in? The best plan will not work.
That and so much more happened in a recent podcast I did with my good friend Robbie Bourke. In this discussion, we touch on several topics:
- My background
- What are the good and not so good things that I currently see with the physical therapy and human performance professions, and what solutions I offer for the not so good things he is seeing
- How can we teach and encourage critical thinking skills?
- My model to optimize human performance
- The importance of having a social network
- My growth so far as a human being
- How I have used adversities in his life to facilitate my communication when working with clients?
- When do we stop making allowances for people’s behavior?
- My in person assessment process with a patient
- What have been the biggest lessons I’ve learned so far in my life
- How do I learn?
- What are my top resource?
- My amazing Ronald Reagan impression
- If I had only 1 year left on planet Earth – how would I spend that year and why?
- If I could invite 5 people to dinner, dead or alive, who would I invite and why?
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