After working with my personal trainer for less than two months, I was surprised when she told me that she was leaving. Not just leaving my health club but leaving personal training altogether. She said that she just could not pay her bills with what she was making. I felt for her. Early morning hours, then lulls during the day with perhaps a client or two in the evening make for an uneven paycheck and an uneven lifestyle. “Selling” herself to get new clients was ...
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