YYC CYCLE EVENT- Spin & Goal Setting

spin&goals

Goal-setting has always been a big part of my life. Whether I was declaring that I wanted to be a professional basketball player or save up money for a trip to Disneyland, I knew that shouting it from the roof-tops was the best way to make sure everyone around me knew and could support me, as well as a constant reminder for myself as to why the work I was doing was worth it.

My relationship with goal setting has shifted gradually as I have bumped along life's path. Although I set big goals filled with passion and excitement, I quickly learned that did not guarantee the results I wanted, and it took me years to learn that the real beauty is in the journey, not the destination. As I learned how to bounce-back from "epic fails" by changing my perception on goal setting, I saw the true power in learning resilience. The best parts of being a goal-setter, was that it allowed me to live intentionally, experience new things, and learn a lot about what I truly enjoy.

I have spent the last couple of years digging in deep to figure out what truly lights me up, and what my purpose can be. I have always loved coaching others in finding direction and inspiring people to take leaps, play big, and live life aligned with their values. So that's what I'm creating.

On Sunday February 22, I am leading a 30 minute spin class (6:30pm) to get our blood pumping, and then sitting down for a one hour goal setting session. Join me from 6:30-8:00pm, with a pen and paper, and an open-mind. Allow me to lead you through an evening of aligning yourself with your values and to get your mind expanded into the possibilities that your life has to offer. Register your spot by calling the studio today, or online one week before the event (Monday February 16). Your future-self will thank you for this one!

And for all of you that cannot make this date, I am available for group goals coaching for work or team events/meetings. I will have a website soon, but in the meantime, email me at marin_05@hotmail.com or come chat with me at YYC CYCLE.

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