From a cardiologist with a penchant for snacks to a life coach coping with burnout, five professional advice-givers share their difficulties walking the talk
by Tracey CheungSat 4 Sep 2021 16.00 EDT
It’s easy to imagine the professionals we turn to for help are paragons of virtue. That doctors eat their apples; that personal trainers never skip leg day.
But those we charge with giving advice could very well be going through, or have gone through, the same challenges we turn to them for.
Sometimes, this dissonance has provided them with a kick in the
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