This is such a common question. And yet, it is rarely answered completely.
This question asks about so much, and its response is more or less always- its good, its ok, could be better. But think about that question for a little while.
There are always highlights and low lights of weeks, sometimes you may get the best, other weeks you get the alternative. But when the week could be better, how do you assure that you will have better weeks?
One thing that you can do to assure that your next week is make attempts to engage in reflective thought. With reflective thought, you can move forwards. Sometimes it is easy to see and other times it is hard to see where we went "wrong" or point at what happened.
John Dewey is the man that coined reflective thought and I studied him while completing my dissertation in the facilitation of critical thinking.
Dewey believed that human beings learn through a 'hands-on' approach. This places Dewey in the educational philosophy of pragmatism. Pragmatists believe that reality must be experienced. From Dewey's educational point of view, this means that students must interact with their environment in order to adapt and learn.---------- this can get transferred right into WELLNESS!
Tribe gives clients a HANDS ON APPROACH to their own fitness and wellness. Through the Macro Boot Camp, clients learn how to think reflectively and move forwards from all food burdens.
If you want to become more reflective in thought, here is a list of things to add into your day: -journal writing- a daily account of the days most notable highlights or low lights -self analysis- logging and tracking macros or habits -further inquiry- when we talk we do this and when you ask questions.
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