This time last week I felt completely out of control, swamped with stuff and no control with any aspect of my life.
It all started last September when I took an opportunity to work with a business coaching organisation to help support other fitness businesses. It was a great opportunity and I saw it as a great complement to what I do with FastTrack.
The time commitment was challenging but I wanted to do it and so jumped right in.
I loved it!
My problem was though that I quickly found I wasn’t doing any of my work properly for them or for me at Fit Camp.
I was struggling to get through emails.
I was reneging on commitments made.
And I was very, very time poor.
It came to a head last week when one of my daughters wanted to speak with me from abroad and I felt it was something else I ‘had to do’. 🙁
Have you ever had moments like that when it’s all noise and activity and you’re sinking?
In that moment I made a decision.
I decided to give up the coaching and spend time doing the things I really love to do, for my own business and family and do a better job.
And you know what?
In that moment of decision I felt better.
It wasn’t the decision that I had made. It was that I had decided. And that gave me more power.
Whenever you are feeling like you are chasing your tail, drowning under a mass or inactivity, stuck in a rut, miserable with where you are in life, plain old pi**ed off.
Just make a decision and follow up on it.
Because that’s very, very freeing. Whichever way you decide.
And when you are free you have more power to make better decisions and improve even more.
So if you were one of the people who didn’t quite get my attention then I apologise – as of this time next week, I am back on a one track journey to helping our clients feel really great from the inside out.
If you fancy deciding to help us out this week then we are running our second Family Charity Fit Camp of the year in aid of British Heart Foundation on Sunday 28th February at 09:00 in Winnersh.
All donations to charity and all you need is a mat or something to lie on, gloves and a bottle of water — oh! and wear something red!
We’d love to see you!