The Health Room Q&A Series
By Luke Jones. Connect with him on Twitter.
If you happen to follow the Health Room YouTube Channel, you might have seen that I’ve recently started putting out a series of question and answer videos.
If you’ve been watching them, you’ll know what they’re all about, but for those of you who haven’t had the chance to check them out yet, I thought I’d take a minute to explain.
So if you’re a subscriber of Health Room, you’ll know that when I send you the first (or maybe second?) welcome email, along with a link to your free habit changing eBook or guide, I include a question that goes something along the lines of:
If you have a minute to spare, hit the reply button and let me know: what is the one problem that you struggle with the most when it comes to developing healthy habits?
The idea is that if I feel that I have a few ideas that may help you out, I’ll get back to you with them.
Over the past few months I’ve had hundreds of amazing responses all about diet, movement, mindfulness and life in general. It really does excite me when I see that I’ve had another question come through. So thank you for that!
Initially I was replying to each question individually, but I realised there were a few slight issues with that process.
- I’ve started to get more and more questions through from you guys as the blog has continued to grow. That’s awesome, but replying with a well thought out answer does take time, so unfortunately I’m not always able to get back to you right away.
- Replying back via email helps just one person. Surely there’s a more efficient way of doing things that could maybe help more people? After all, many of you have actually been experiencing similar issues.
So I’ve decided to take things in a slightly different direction.
That’s where the Q&A series comes in.
Instead of replying directly back to you, if I think that my ideas could maybe help more people, I’ll record a quick video and throw it up on the old YouTube channel.
As well as benefiting you guys (hopefully!), I get something it of it too.
I get to take the YouTube channel a little further, get out of my comfort zone a little and build my confidence in front of the camera.
Hopefully it’s a win win for all of us 🙂
So below are the first few videos in the series. Check them out, let me know what you think, and remember – if you have a question or topic that you’d like me to cover in the future, you can either subscribe to the newsletter and drop me an email, leave a comment on YouTube, or hit me up on Twitter.
Any one is good for me!