As an ever-evolving person, I am sure that I am no longer the same person I was a year ago, let alone two, five, or even ten.
Here's an email I sent out to my mailing list recently...
Who am I?
I'm a world traveller, spiritual person who is always looking to get more consistent with her exercise🙈. I also have a wicked sense of humor. I have an insatiable appetite for learning and am willing to look at different perspectives. I have low tolerance for people that won't return the favour.
Besides that, I'm a business coach. I help people with their businesses (mostly online). We look at processes, automations, and of course, your sanity.
Some of my goals outside of business include:
⛰Climbing Mt Kenya
🐷Swimming with the piggies in the Caribbean
🧘🏽♀️Living in Bali for 3-6 months at some point
🌎Traveling South America for 6 months
Currently, I'm working on....
💫Redefining my business and how it affects my life
🌸Figuring out where I want to be/how I want to live
☀️Making decisions for me and therefore setting boundaries
☄️Saying no to things that don't make sense anymore.
Am I high?
(I'm asking this because I announced in a previous email I was deleting inactive contacts from my mailing list)
I'm not high. I'm just a complicated human like the rest of us, and I'm still figuring myself out. And in order to do that, like a child (and a teenager), I'm pushing boundaries. I'm giving myself permission to do the crazy things (like delete half my mailing list) so that I can see how it works for myself. So I'll be doing my fair share of seemingly daring things going forward.
We've all had such a strange year behind us. Most of us went into lockdown. The presidential elections in the US rocked the world. Even some of my most politically apathetic friends felt the collective anxiety of this US election.
Where does that leave me?
I made a big decision to come back to my motherland, Taiwan. I'm currently quarantining for 15 days in a hotel room before I'm allowed back into society and I can live what we used to call "a normal life".
I'm excited about the possibility of being able to go swimming and out for drinks. I'm humbled by the power of my mere identity. Never before has it been a better time to be Taiwanese and for that, I'm extremely grateful.
Next week, I'll discuss my business ethos more.
Thank you for sticking with me, thank you for staying tuned.
If you want to have a 15 minute catch-up chat, by all means click here and let's do it!
Arna vG 🌸