Enough Already!

From Vol. 2 Asskickers February 2017

HOLY COW! 

These past few weeks (okay, months!) have been nothing short of exhausting, unnerving, and, let’s face it, surreal.
 

Between all that’s happening in our world—Alternative Facts, Climate Change, Sweden, and now, Runaway Cows in Queenswe’ve been scratching our heads and wondering “What’s Next!?” 
 

If you’re anything like us, you’ve been itching for an escape from the present reality (whatever your version is), and we got to thinking: Enough already! I just wanna have some FUN!  
 

As New Yorkers, many of us are hard-wired to be on the go all the time. When we’re not signing petitions or marching, we’re busy working, pursuing, and conquering, often abandoning the things that bring us joy or simply forgetting to kick back and have fun. 


With spring (and hopefully brighter days!) around the corner, we’ve come up with a tonic of sorts to help you get your groove on again, so if merriment is what you’re lacking, hop on over to our website to check out Prescription for FUN—CPR (Conscious Pursuit of Recreation), our newest workshop launching in March. 

Earlier this month our groups tackled Self-Love/Self-Care, sparking much introspection. Everyone involved examined how they show up in the many facets of their lives as well as with the people who populate them, shining a light on how important it is to put ourselves first (think of your in-flight oxygen mask).
 

We naturally got to thinking about our own needs and wants and how we (Dianne & Robert) express them. As a new and growing company, we’ve been gaining clarity about who we are and what we hope to achieve. The execution is a work in progress; with each new day and every person we meet comes a deeper understanding, reinforcing why we do what we do. While our individual approaches might vary, we both acknowledge that what makes us different is really what makes us work.
 

For our "What’s Next," we're busy crafting custom workshop packages for individuals who have a shared goal or are experiencing a common transition: whether you’re a struggling creative unsure how to get your work out there, you’re between jobs or climbing the corporate ladder, a new parent, an empty nester, recently retired, or your relationship status has changed (or you'd like it to change!)... you don’t have to go it alone. You'll benefit from the collective wisdom of your peers (not to mention our brilliance!)
 

Here’s what’s coming up on our calendar:

March & April: Kicking Habits and Prescription for Fun—CPR.  
Coming soon: Getting Off—Unplugging from Social Media and Reconnecting with the Living.


And before we let you go, here's a little challenge we’d like to leave you with... 

What fun thing can you take on this week?  
The first two people to respond will receive a complimentary one-on-one session. Email us here