For example, preparing for marathons, getting a new gadget, listening podcasts about self-motivation, and even pursuing higher education. Getting a certificate or a degree empowers us and gives us a boost of excitement and chance to improve even more.
However, when we’re talking about organizations, it’s a different story. Organizational transformation is harder to achieve, slower and more difficult to implement. The average member of that organization feels overwhelmed and afraid about technological changes in their company! Especially in nonprofit organizations where people work for decades and sensitive to even small changes.
When was the last time you went out dancing? How many of you have ever taken dance lessons?
After reading this post I believe you will want to dance more often because the benefits of learning to dance and to have dance education are enormous and not all people are aware of them. Dance improves our creativity, imagination, team work and helps us to learn some important academic subjects as well. Dance also helps people develop physically, socially, emotionally, and cognitively, and here’s why:
The physical benefits of dance are obvious so I will not list them now, but the emotional, social and cognitive attributes are not so well known.
It was a balmy December month in New York, which makes for a very unusual holiday season.
And even though we missed the puffy snowflakes and white scenery, we could not be more happy with the turnout we had at our holiday performances.
I’ve been saying on different occasions that Pilates is my favorite workout, as it is the easiest, and most enjoyable form of physical exercise that anybody can do in different setups: morning, evening, at home or at work.
I was born in Yakutsk, one of the coldest cities on earth, the capital of Sakha Republic, Siberia, a big part of Russian Federation.