Extraordinary leaders know who they are and who they aren’t. They know their strengths and weaknesses. They are genuine, their personality is the same in work and play.
Pole dancing deepens self-awareness better than anything I’ve ever experienced. It’s as if with every dance we recover a lost puzzle piece we need to become whole.
We reclaim forgotten aspects lost to a culture that numbs us to our emotions. We remember talents, goals and dreams discarded for more practical pursuits. This occurs through the colors we wear to class. The outfits or costumes we don for improv or performance. Our favorite moves and music. The style we develop. The emotions we feel and express.
How does pole help you know yourself better?
As we integrate the layers of ourselves we discover in pole class into our lives we blossom and become more of who were are meant to be.
When you’re young, you haven’t yet experienced a lot of life, so if you fall in love for the first time with the wrong person, you risk sustaining a unique set of emotional scars.
Ultimately, you’ll realize that those wounds heal. It’s not the end of your world if your partner cheats on you or even leaves you. It was so obvious before, but it’s even more obvious when you come out of the wrong relationship.
You realize that you can land your feet, even when the unthinkable happens to you. In the right relationship, you’ll know that you’re a survivor, and you can live through the bad days and enjoy all of the good ones."
"Being in the wrong relationship made me more discerning about with whom I spent my time, and I think that’s wonderful.
I am open to love, but I am not open to being miserable. In the right relationship, you won’t be miserable; you’ll be content."
"life is all about the lessons that you learn from the people who come into your life. Use those lessons to make better decisions in the future"