Who doesn’t want a local yoga studio in their neighborhood? Easy to get to and close to other daily conveniences, a local studio could also encourage more people to experience the benefits of yoga
. But what happens when a yoga studio is not considered an acceptable retail service under the township’s code?
That is exactly what the Township Committee of the Cranford, New Jersey community has been debating...
It’s easy to take mindless action, to keep moving the wheel forward. However, this tendency for motion serves us best when it is tempered with reflection. (more…)
Yesterday, you read about inquiry as a means of side-stepping those dastardly “to-do’s” that try and detour you from your main goal. There’s more to say about them… (more…)
Yesterday, I had a conversation with a yoga teacher who was having a problem making progress on her goal of getting a website. Every time she started to take a step, another step would arise that needed to be addressed. It was one step forward and two back. (more…)
Yesterday, I wrote about hyperlinking back to your site
when you comment or post in the YogaHub blog to gain visibility with both real people and those invisible spiders. I realized afterwards that this could lead readers to try and force-fit a sentence to include a hyperlink into the writing, even when it doesn’t fit with the content. Don’t force it – it makes...
For 17 days straight, I have written about how I have approached my goal of filling the Training the Trainer
course. In all that time, I have not mentioned what’s been right under my nose: this YogaHub community
Yesterday, I wrote about the danger of the 21-day Challenge
– the fact that just when we try to focus on one goal, all sorts of other tasks and challenges arise to push us off course. (more…)
There’s danger lurking in our 21-day Challenge. Even though you and I have committed to focusing on one action every day to move closer to our goal, it does not mean other tasks magically disappear to make room for that focused action. In fact, it seems like the opposite happens – even more tasks get heaped on our plates. (more…)
As I write today’s post, I am lounging on my hammock in the front yard. I’m dressed for success in my sporty gray sweatpants and fluffy blue slippers.
The frogs are hopping into our little pond, and I’m thankful today that my son Jon is over at a friend’s house instead of catching them with his net. Turkey Fred is coming over to check me out with his goose-bumpy red neck, while our...
I have no idea what to do today. Sure, there are always lots of tasks on the list, but what is the most effective use of my time? What will have the most impact for me?