I’m teaming up with my former high school student to deliver online training in nutrition and at-home exercise.
When we opened our fitness business, Brownstone Fitness, we started out by using all the traditional marketing methods that any New York small business uses. It wasn’t until we ran a “Daily Deal”, that our ability to generate leads improved. We have clients from that first deal who are still with us two years later.
Daily deals can be useful for any small business in Harlem. You just need to prepare and to make sure that you treat your existing customers like royalty.
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Happiness is always available to you.© Hans E. Hageman 2013
Inspired by Sydney Banks and Michael Neill
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Here is something from the field of energy psychology. I have gained a lot of tools in the past 20 years that have helped me to help myself and others. This may look strange but give it a try. You can use it in a lot of situations. It provides an elegant solution. There are some who will remain too skeptical to even give this a try. That’s okay. I can also provide referrals to very expensive therapists who would love to establish a multi-year relationship!
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The past two weeks have found me in Baltimore conducting a leadership course on mentoring and coaching for their police department, and in the Bronx as an assistant football coach for the last game of the season.
With both groups, I have taken some chances and talked to these teenagers and men engaged in hard activities about the importance of love. I’ve gotten some interesting reactions. A couple of my football colleagues openly made fun of my assertion that love was a quality that could elevate these tough,gritty endeavors to something that was transcendent. They don’t get that you can talk about kicking all kinds of ass but it doesn’t buy you what you really need.
It seems to me that love, trust, and respect are great foundations on which to build any warrior culture. The ability to discuss these openly in the company of men would also mean that courage would also have to be a part of the group’s DNA.
I may be hallucinating but I thought I saw glimmers of interest from the sergeants and my players in further discussion on the the topic. Even if this is my hallucination, I’m going to keep trying. I’ll ignore the smirks and jokes born out of fear and insecurity.
A new definition of masculinity can embrace both notions of love and the fierceness of the warrior. Too many men live in a purgatory where neither quality is present. We all suffer because of that.