I love my yoga. In the two years that I’ve been practicing, I’ve gained flexibility and balance, along with confidence. I’ve learned just how “yummy” stretches and twists can feel. And I’ve gotten more comfortable in my own skin.
Flexibility is both a part of practicing yoga and an outcome. In the beginning, most people discover just how stiff they are, how un-flexible they’ve become due to age, a sedentary lifestyle, or old injuries. With time, the body becomes more supple as you practice, able to move more freely.
Maybe your company doesn’t require physical flexibility, but success in today’s world definitely demands mental flexibility. So, how flexible are you?
Do you waste time missing “how things used to be”, or do you dive in to the challenge of learning something new, like social media or using a smart phone?
Are you fearful of technology, or flexible enough to learn how to use it safely and confidently?
Can you adjust your sales funnel for the “new normal” of the current economy, or are you still trying to win business like you did in 2007 (and wondering why it isn’t working)?
Are you comfortable trying out new networking groups, new live or virtual events, and new ways to connect online?
Without flexibility, we become stiff. When we’re stiff, we move less and less until we don’t move at all. When we work at remaining (or regaining) flexibility, movement is a joy.
Where are you stiff? How could you loosen up? Where could you practice some flexibility? Make a conscious effort to be more flexible and see what happens!