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?
Learning and growth are important to me. I ask myself how I can be a little bit better today than I was yesterday, and what I can I today to improve myself physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Accomplishing these things is an ongoing intention, and there are lots of times I miss the mark, but I persist knowing the journey is worth it.
This is why I enjoy creating and teaching programs, and sharing what I’m learning with you. With the opportunities we have have to engage online, now is a great time to open the door to new possibilities.
As we get older, we sometimes begin to think it’s too late for us to grow or learn new things and that growth and change aren’t possible for us. As a result of this thinking, we inadvertently close ourselves off from exploring, having new experiences and can lose track of what’s important and valuable to us.
As I work on creating the next evolution of The Center for Movement, I’m choosing to embrace new experiences and share them with you. I have a plan for an “Agile Aging” program that will explore aspects of getting older including mindset, menopause and movement and I’d like to know a bit about how you relate to aging. Whether your 30-something or 80-something, you probably have ideas and opinions about it, so I’d like to hear from you!
Please complete this short survey and I’ll let you know soon about the Agile Aging program, what it is, and how you can sign up. This survey will be active until October 15th…please share with your friend and family, or anyone you know who has an opinion about aging!
If you’d like to connect with me directly, you can send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org. I love to connect with you and hear about your experiences with movement and how it’s impacted your life.