I started my morning with a 5:30 am yoga class. The instructor guided us through our practice by encouraging us to create space in our lives. She meant this physically, such as when she suggested that we create space in
If you’re like most of the adult population, you probably don’t have one. Heck, you probably have never even thought about it. Maybe you don’t even know what a mission statement is. Here’s the thing, without a foundation to ground
A couple of weeks ago, I had lunch with our AinA CEO, Sarah. We checked in on all things AinA and then switched the conversation to my impending career change from the corporate world to the fitness industry. It’s something
Welcome to third week of 2014! You’re steadfast on your way to achieving your new year’s resolutions, right? Unfortunately, if you’re like most Americans, now is the time you start becoming more lenient in the pursuit of your goals. It’s
Are you the type to think that everything you do in the first couple days of a new year is what will shape your year entirely? I commenced 2014 at a very small bar in a very small town known
As we enter the final month of 2013, I can’t help but begin to reflect, as most do at this time of year. Another year is coming to a close and I find myself thinking a lot harder these days
Let’s talk about loyalty. It’s one of those intangible traits that can have a profound impact on a group or organization. Technically, it is defined as giving or showing firm and constant support or allegiance to a person or institution.
Written by Katie McKenzie I was browsing through my blog feed the other day when a title caught me eye – “How Often Do You Feel The P.O.P.?” I was immediately curious. What’s the P.O.P? What does that stand for?
“It’s the little details that are vital. Little things make big things happen.” – John Wooden Say you’re collaborating with a colleague on a project for work. It’s a really important project and has the potential to get you promoted. But,
Let’s think about it for a moment: that big, fat, scary F-word. Failure. It’s the last thing any leader ever wants to do. This weekend, though, I threw back a huge glass of it and took a glass of “learning”