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Having drama in your life a choice?

The conservation of drama

Everyone has a set point, a need/tolerance for a certain amount of drama in a life. I’m not talking about important work, I’m highlighting the excitment and tension that surrounds the things that happen to us (or might happen).

The newspaper is always just about the same length, regardless of what’s happening in the world.

Politicians seem to have the capacity to deal with a given amount of tough stuff. When the urgent wanes, they make up something new. When there’s too much, they decrease their perception of its urgency.

Last example: a restaurant kitchen has a very narrow range indeed. The amount of terror or urgency in a particular kitchen doesn’t actually vary that much between a reasonably slow night and one where there are two or three VIPs out front or if its a banquet for a thousand people. We adapt and adjust and most of all, we shift our perception of precisely how important that particular emergency actually is.

It’s easy to persuade yourself that this time it’s different, that this time the drama is real, and that, in fact, it’s all (truly) going to fall apart. In fact, though, it’s all imagined. Drama isn’t the work, it’s our take on the work. Drama doesn’t have to exist, certainly not in the way we’re living it, not right now. A few days or weeks or years from now, this work will be so commonplace to you, you won’t blink.

If drama was an actual external force, how could emergency room doctors, dictators and short order cooks ever survive? They’re dealing with so much incoming, they’d melt.

If the drama is helping you and your organization do your work and enjoy it, then by all means, have fun. But understand that drama is a choice.

Posted by Seth Godin on September 17, 2013

What does a personal trainer do at the studio when there is nobody to train?

Watch this video to find out

New Workout Times: schedule your workout – GT Fitness Personal Training

We are making a new workout schedule for the new season.

Please let us know what your ideal workout time is so we can provide a trainer to administer the exercises.  It is silly for you to be ready for a workout and not know what to do next.

You can leave a preferred time here or the “Suggestion Box” at the studio

This is your workout time, you let us know when you want us here

A Workout for your kids and Bowling Green Parent Magazine

This Thurs 9-16-10 at GT Fitness Studio there is a photographer coming to take pictures for the new Bowling Green Parent Magazine due out October.

I need those of you that are interested to come d0 a workout today with me, Jessie and your kids.

I have the most kids participating in my program than ever before and I’m so excited and thankful you parents are starting to include your kids.

Those of you that have brought your children before or just want to see whats going on please come on out and be a part of it.

(We will not be serving punch and cookies)

baseball and soccer 14-15yr olds getting some core trainingEthan he trains for kids triathlons (just like his Dad)

Kyle 15yr old swimmer working legs for push off the starting blocksMax - holds the overall record for 32mins rowed in one session (in football pants)

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