What do I get from you?

So I'm the personal trainer and you're the potential new client. I'll ask you a ton of really personal questions, chances are I'll make you cry, not because I yelled at you but because we might touch on an emotional nerve. We are of course talking about your health. Maybe why you haven't lost weight, or why you've gained weight, or why you're ashamed to look at  yourself in the mirror. Shall I go on. I'll ask about your childhood, what gym class might have been like or if you were an athlete. We'll talk about injuries, surgeries, childbirth. The big and the small of personal training is that you want to work with someone who can help you make the kind of changes you simply can't make on your own. Right? Someone to hold you accountable. No? The questions that you ask me are about pricing, hours of the day, things along those lines. But what do you actually get from me? The je ne se quoi of personal training...