I have to apologise.
I really do have to apologise.
The gentleman driving to work this morning in the white car, turning onto Trouts Road, from Rode Road at Bridgeman Downs – I’m sorry.
I didn’t mean to.
I was trying so hard – but still stuffed up.
So that you know – there was no car accident, denting or scraping involved.
Just me and a “Give Way to your Right” dilemma which I failed at miserably. (So glad I wasn’t in my driving test way back when!)
Give me a standard 4 way intersection and I’m ok, but throw in a curve ball with an added turning lane or bendy road and I’m completely bloody confused!
The pressure was building because the traffic was banked up behind me and as I looked left – Clear…. right…. Clear, I committed and crossed over.
It was only THEN that I noticed the man wanting to turn right shaking his head and giving me a “What are you doing” hand gesture and look.
I waved back – embarrassed.
It was a natural response, which I immediately realised was bloody stupid and it meant “I’m sorry”, but was probably interrupted to be smart-assy.
I’ve always struggled with intersections with curve-balls and prefer to be a passenger.
I like to have all the thinking DONE for me, all the guess-work taken out and no pressure of….”Which way do I go here!?!”
Tell me what to do and I’ll do it, but place me in the Driver’s seat where I have to think – I don’t like it!
You won’t get the best out of me at all!
I reckon a lot of the Clients I chat to are so similar with their health and fitness.
Figuring out what to do can be so confusing, but tell them what to do – give them a clear, concise plan that will work and it’s a no brainer.
I know that the Challengers that shredded 65.5kg of Fat in the 2 previous Challenges we had at the beginning of the year would agree.
They listened, read the Fitness Reports, followed the plan – AND they got results.