Wellfie Wednesday Tip #151: Share Your Successes & Failures

Happy Wellfie Wednesday! Welcome back! This week’s tip comes out of a great 3 days with Northern Arizona University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program. I (@TheFuelPhysio) was honored to be invited to speak at their Professional Development Seminar and share what I have been doing professionally and personally. But even greater of an opportunity to hear from other leaders in my profession. Hearing the things they’ve been through and the tips and tricks to continue developing both professionally and personally.

Now with that said, chances are YOU have something worth sharing. And it doesn’t matter if it is a success or a failure, honestly it’s the failures that are most beneficial to endure or hear, knowing that failure is inevitable and a part of life. But keeping with our theme of Wellfie Wednesday, think of the successes you’ve had in making small changing in your life towards living healthier. Because you never know, even something you think may be the simplest of changes, may not have crossed the mind of someone else. So please SHARE!

Thank you for all of the #WellfieWednesday support, be sure to post your pictures this week that demonstrate your active patriotism and tag the WW crew members in your post (@TheFuelPhysio, @Eric_in_AmERICa, @AaronPerezPT, @DianaKlatt) and keep the wave of healthy change going!

- WW Crew

Wellfie Wednesday Tip #106: Appreciate and Share Skills

Happy Wellfie Wednesday! Welcome back! This week is brought to you by Patrick  (@TheFuelPhysio). This week's tip is simple... appreciate the skills that others have and if you have one yourself, share it!

     This idea got me thinking of a time I truly missed out on appreciation of a skill. And its unfortunately that it takes missing out on something to realize that. It has been about 5 years now since my grandfather past away. Though long before that, I spent time here and there in his workshop. And as I got older, I still only spent time here and there, possibly with the thought that building things out of wood was just a hobby of his. He was retired after all and I could of thought at the time that maybe his days just consisted of Gunsmoke and sawdust... 

     But, no.... My grandfather had a SKILL. He could build anything from the perfectly symmetrical bird house to an actual house. Everything was precise, down to the smallest detail. Carpentry was his skilled, and ironically a skill, maybe just a hobby, that I'm trying to develop now myself. But my point is, I didn't appreciate his skill when I should have.

     Appreciate the skills and talents of those in your life and of those you look up to. Learn everything you can no mater what, because there is a chance that it may one day be your own skill to share. 

     Thank you for all of the #WellfieWednesday support, be sure to post your pictures this week and tag the WW crew members in your post (@TheFuelPhysio@Eric_in_AmERICa@AaronPerezPT@DianaKlatt) and keep the wave of healthy change going!

-WW Crew