Thanks Nicole Farr You bring a great point. It reminds me of a study I read that most people buy Nike shoes to watch sports on TV, not to exercise.

There’s a huge difference between telling people to do something and driving change.

Changing behaviors or habits take time. You are no the right direction. It’s better to take smalls riks, get used to it and build a cadence than to try to change everything overnight. It never happens that way because people get frustrated.

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