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Yoga + Cards

Looking for jobs is exhausting and frustrating.  It makes me stop to think: 

If I could do absolutely anything for work what would it be?
What would you do?

It made me think of a business plan I had to do for one of my many, many group projects in undergrad.  The sheer number of group projects in business classes was amazing.  Anywho, a little background, I always stood out in my business classes and never quite fit in, but I absolutely finished my minors in marketing and sales leadership.  (Between my major and minors I dipped in the communications, art, and business schools.)

I have no idea how, but I convinced this particular group to do a business plan for a yoga studio that has a card making studio.  Looking back, I would have loved to see my professor's reaction when he first heard what our business was going to be!  

I really wish I could remember how I convinced them and made that happen.  I could use those skills everyday.  I think I just didn't over think it.  I just thought it was a good idea so I told them.  I didn't care if they said no.  It was all about throwing ideas around.

I mean, wouldn't that be amazing.  You go in, do yoga and then when you're on your yoga high (which does exist) you can stop to make someone a beautiful card or just spend time with your yoga friends.  

Something we didn't include that I'm thinking of now, is partnering with a group that distributes cards to hospitals, nursing homes, etc.  So if you're just hanging out, you can make a card for someone you may not even know.

I don't really remember how the business plan went.  I do feel like I remember the professor was against us from the start, but our business plan was the most creative in the class and I think we brought a little spunk into that classroom.  Honestly, it was probably pretty far out of his comfort zone.

To be nobody but yourself in a world which is doing its best, night and day, to make you everybody else means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight; and never stop fighting.
-e. e. cummings

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