2020 has been a year unlike any other! We have faced unprecedented challenges as individuals, countries and communities in fighting a global pandemic. That’s why I’ve created this four-part journey with a new blog post every Thursday from now to take us to the end of 2020 to help us get ready to MO’ve forward into 2021 with some strategies that I have found personally served me and which I feel will support us all in navigating a new course to find what serves us best in 2021 and beyond. This series is designed to help us to recover, reset, and reboot our strength, energy and resiliency. If you haven’t seen it yet, I encourage you to check out Part 1: Reflect on What is Good and Where you have Grown! And stayed tuned for Part 3 coming on December 24 and Part 4 coming on December 31!
Part 2: Stay Connected with Community
We must stay connected with our communities, even if this means embracing novel ways of interaction and working together. Being community minded and finding role models and inspiration in working with others is one of my most important teachings. This strategy is one way I contribute to my success throughout my life and career. It has proved incredibly essential to helping me navigate this pandemic. It began in high school. My high school gym teacher, Mrs. Ellie Armstrong, had a big impact on me. She helped me discover a passion and joy for the importance of MO’vement and physical activity for me, which has guided me throughout my career and been the driving force behind my WHY. This led me to build my career in the health and fitness industry by becoming a licensed physiotherapist, then a senior executive with GoodLife Fitness and now COO of canfitpro. Without Mrs. Arm