Today, Jamie Ridler poses the question “What do you wish to enjoy?”
Well, the answer to that one came up at once, easy: I wish to enjoy the present moment.
See, I’m always searching for the next thing, the next step to take, the next training or course that can make me move forward faster. Which is not a bad thing in itself, mind you, because I know what I need and do everything I can to reach my goals. But. Yes, there’s a big “BUT” (with one “t” please): I have a hard time enjoying the here and now. I have a hard time patting myself on the back for what I have accomplished so far because I can only see what is still to accomplish. Hell, when I look back though, I see a yoga teacher training, I see a coaching training starting, I see a 4-workday weeks at day job, I see subbing classes, standing in front of a group of people and instructing them what to do and – oh I never thought I would say that – enjoying it!
For now, I see what I am setting up: I see at least two group classes a week (and probably more to come, still in the works ;)), I see private students since the beginning of summer and at least until the end of October. I am still learning and getting to know the hooks and crannies of setting up classes, finding my own students, building something in my local community.
I have a lot of “nexts” planned, but for now, I choose to focus on today. I wish to enjoy today and where I am right here, right now. Which is exactly what I’m gonna do, even if WordPress doesn’t let me upload a pic this morning *breathe* 🙂