Keep your eyes focused on what you want, where you want to go, and what you need to get there.
If violence and aggression control our decision making, we are often exposed to making mistakes.
Much of our fear stems from ‘the unknown’.
Because we fear it, we continue to avoid it.
Because we avoid it, we continue to fear it.
The best way to know, is to explore.
Be proud of where you’ve been, who you were, and the journey you’re on.
Are they in alignment with where you want to go?
Feedback. “Your students have all the answers.” Watch. Ask. Observe. Learn. Optimize.
Five stories hurting many gyms and a few translations to flip them around!
Learning from others is good. Casting judgement on ourselves or them, brings zero benefit.
The reality is, the more we take on, the less we are able to fully commit to each area.
When we ask for support, we allows ourselves to put our focus where we can show up the absolute best for others.
When did you first consider yourself a “coach”? Was it after a certification you passed? When someone hired you to work at their facility? The first time… Read more “‘I am a Coach!””