During all the interesting changes and challenges of these last 18 months or so, I’ve thought a lot about what my next business move should be.
How do I want to restructure my business without a physical studio? What type of clients would most benefit from what I offer? What programs should I offer? What’s the best use of my time? And how the heck is this all going to work with my husband leaving his job of 30 years to start a new chapter in 2 weeks?
This kind of thinking can keep me feeling stuck in a hamster wheel, spinning around and around in a vortex of indecision.
When I catch myself in the futility of this kind of thinking, it’s helpful to remember what’s most important to me.
I can’t answer the “what to do” questions for myself unless I answer the “how to be” questions. What’s important to feel and experience in life? How to I choose to spend my time? Who do I choose to spend my time with? What nourishes, nurtures and restores me? What do I value?
One of the things I value and know is important to me is learning and growth. It’s why I enjoy creating and teaching programs, and with the opportunities we have to learn online, now is the
So…I’m still working on creating the next evolution of The Center for Movement, and the next step is to hear from you.
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