Brevity is the soul of wit.
(and also, sanity.)
Thank you so much in your interest in contacting me. I love you, want to help you, and am all around here for you.
I try to answer each and every email (a few slip through), and I’ll get to yours as soon as I can.
However–I’m also super-duper swamped with email, and I get more frustrated with it than just about anyone on the planet. Except maybe Tim Ferriss. Cause, ya know…he wrote a book about how much he hates email.
Anyhoo, let’s talk guidelines. (Not rules, just some requests).
Einstein said, “if you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.” While he was probably talking about physics, the same principle applies to both life and fitness, and that extends to questions about either.
With that in mind, I respectfully ask that limit your email to 5-10 sentences; if you can’t summarize your issue and question into a few paragraphs, then you probably need to reassess and reword.
I am absolutely here to help, so with apologies to Jerry Maguire, I humbly ask that you help me help you by keeping your emails brief. The shorter the email, the easier it is to answer, and the more likely I am to do so–which means I can answer more, and everyone wins.
Alternatively, you could simply post your question on my Facebook Page–that way, not only will I answer it, but other people can see and benefit as well.
Thank you for respecting my time!