You know, today I had one of those WAKE UP BARBARA moments. I’d given my parents STRICT INSTRUCTION. This is a working trip. So when my Dad came in and said “I know you’re busy, but do you want to come and see The Post with me this afternoon?” No, I said I have work to do. Then in an instant I thought WHAT THE HECK you’re going to prioritize a proposal over a date with your Dad? So I prioritized – spent 2 hours reviewing a client’s job application, dealing with email and listing up remaining things to do. Then went to the cinema with Daddy. Post Office to see my Aunty at work and post a birthday card to a client that my mum made. And walked home in the rain looking at all the lovely houses overlooking the Irish Sea. The proposal can wait. The other email can wait. Date with Daddy – cannot wait. So tomorrow we hit up the Terracotta Warriors in Liverpool for a Mummy Daddy Aunty date.
Come join me and my merry tribe of FNJer for fun and discovery and unearthing a better experience of life and work From February through to taking you over the threshold of 2018. Full support for a whole year. You can see what people say here. And for all the information click the image below. If you are on the fence, and I know a few of you are – just get in touch and say yes. Yes to this year, yes to more clarity, yes to less bullshit, yes to taking action on your projects and yes to being a force of good and light in the world.
LAST CHANCE. NEXT YEAR WILL BE DIFFERENT AND I always look after my clients really well when I launch a new thing, with secret bonuses and treats and discounts. This year 7 out of 8 of my FNJ17 clients re-signed and you can read their stories in the comments at the end of this post. I love my work and want to help as many people as possible to have a better experience of life and work. Don’t miss this opportunity to get a year of support. Come on! Take a chance!
Exciting times. One thing I LOVE doing is collaborating with and supporting businesses doing things differently. Just off a really great call with entrepreneur hotel owner and countryside concierge Gary Hung from Peacecraft KK. In addition to owning a really lovely hotel in the heart of Hakuba with a spacious yoga studio and workshop space, he and wife/business partner Rika are building a community in Hakuba that supports local businesses as well as the people who want to get out of town. Of course now is ski season so they are booked solid through end of February but even if you are in the area you can join their yoga classes (I did one last year and it was lovely) at Komorebi Yoga. We are cooking up some plans for the future, especially how to use their space and energise Hakuba area in the summer months (Yoga retreats, coaching retreats, trail running, canyoning, hiking, outdoors activity and great restaurants. There’s a vibrant music scene there as well). Hakuba has a great vibe at the moment and with the help of these young entrepreneurs and mindful businesses who are breathing life and business into the area, Hakuba is enjoying a renaissance of sorts. Who wants to join me for a weekend of rest and yoga in the mountains in late spring? We can check out the space and the surroundings and cook up plans to have fun and join the Shakespeare Peacecraft Community.
Thank you so much for following, supporting and engaging with me and my business in 2017! Clients, clothes-swaps and friends. I appreciate you so much and love my work, because I get to play with people like YOU. Let’s make 2018 the best yet. And devote to a better more truthful experience of life and work together. With so much love, Sarah