It's true...when one door closes, another door opens. I had that happen to me recently. I was asked to manage a fitness studio a little less than a year ago. When I was told that it was going to close down, my heart sank. I had put a lot (and I mean a lot) of time and effort in to my marketing planning and I was ready to give the last quarter everything I had. I felt that several hours of planning had gone out the window. I felt a little numb, sad, frustrated (maybe a few other feelings) for a couple of weeks.Then, I realized something...I was empowered.
Volunteering is an important part of my life. I started volunteering at a young age. My first gig was with the San Antonio Whitte Museum as junior chaperone for the Night with Egyptian Mummies sleepover. Since then I’ve broaden my scope of volunteer activities to include animal shelters, camp for mentally challenged children and hospitals.
How many times a day, week, month do you have clients/strangers come up to you and ask you about your nutrition? I am always surprised when I start to break down how many people I talk to about nutrition and find out those numbers range from 30-100+ a month. What advice are you giving them? Are you suggesting the Whole 30 diet? Paleo? Eating Organic? Or just marketing certain grains and vegetables that you have found work for you? Anyway you are answering this question you are helping someone else make money.
Personal Trainer per uno dei maggiori problemi è quello di essere flessibili con le ore richieste da chi vuole il nostro servizio, ma anche sollevare alcune condizioni che consentono di essere sempre in tempo per gli appuntamenti. Per questo motivo, è possibile utilizzare un sistema di prenotazione online, completamente modificabile a seconda delle nostre esigenze, è davvero interessante opportunità per rendere il nostro servizio ancora migliore qualità.
I hope so. Definitely another year older as the calendar goes. Oh well. It strikes me, though, how fortunately I am to have my own business as a personal trainer. If I had been able to stay with IBM where I worked for 18 years (and not being laid off years ago), I would bite my nails for fear of being let go now and hope that I can make it to retirement. No matter how one looks at it, age discrimination is alive and well in the work place, particularly when it comes to new hires.