Are you a group fitness lover? Finding yourself in the front row? Passionately hooked to your favorite classes? Does group exercise keep you adhering to your exercise regimen because you are addicted? Find yourself laughing and having FUN? If you answered “Yes” to these questions, then you, yes YOU, should teach! Every instructor started as a member and then found themselves on stage. All you need is a little help, guidance, support, information, education and a little push. And boom! You will be getting paid to do what you already LOVE! Not to mention getting to lead and inspire others to love exercising too. Let’s get started on the basics of your guide to becoming a fitness instructor.
How to Overcome Fear in Sales
Fear is an unpleasant emotion that something or someone is going to cause you pain or is a threat.
One big worry when talking about your product to people, is that they will think you are trying to sell them something. Well…you are! Let that worry go. Continue reading
Goals can be scary! Especially, if they are BIG!
So how do we breakdown our goals so that they aren’t so Big and Hairy?
When writing out your goals, it is a good idea to have bench marks and break them down into bite size pieces.
In poverty and other misfortunes of life, true friends are a sure refuge. They keep the young out of mischief; they comfort and aid the old in their weakness, and they incite those in the prime of life to noble deeds. ~ Aristotle
Numerous studies have shown that friendships can vastly improve the quality of life, regardless of ones circumstances. Friendship has been identified as more important to a successful marriage than physical intimacy. Additionally, having a friend in the workplace leads to greater job satisfaction.
Ever feel like you don’t have time for a Daily Devotion with God? No one is perfect and I am guilty of feeling like this myself from time to time. Or, perhaps spending time with God simply slipped your mind for a week, month, or even years… It happens. What’s important is what we do once we realize we’re missing out on one of the most beautiful joys of life – spending time with our creator and getting filled, renewed and strengthened to face whatever may come at us each day.
If you’re anything like me, the thought of sitting in silence for any length of time is down-right scary. I remember the first time I experienced quiet time. It was the most unnatural thing! I remember sitting on a large rock at Bible Camp and thinking, “Ok… how long do I need to sit here and “connect with God?”
Ever feel like life is draining your patience and seemingly working against your faith? Whether we recognize it or not we have “drains” on our faith that can be harmful unless identified. Sometimes we don’t want to see certain things or people in our lives as a strain which can make it even harder to identify. Drains can come in all forms and sometimes may surprise us: friends, work, media, possessions, money and sometimes family. Are there any parts of your life that work against your relationship with God? This is a question that only you can answer, perhaps in a quiet time.