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Is more always more? Is it always better?
Every trainer in the history of ever will be able to fully relate to this. We’re constantly overwhelmed with information overload, suffering from paralysis by analysis. We learn more, and add it to our already full to the brim schedule, or apply newfound knowledge to plug gaps in our programmes.
Are we just trying to plug a hole in a sinking ship with a cork? Bryan Krahn lays down some huge truths about how, like our clients, we too can be guilty of focusing on the tiny, less significant details of our lives and work, and in the process glaze over the ‘big rocks’.
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