After a hiatus, I have restarted my yoga discipline. In the past, I had progressed to headstands, handstands, bow, and pigeon poses. I didn’t expect my practice relaunch to start at that level. I began with breathwork and basics asanas. From experience, I know I need to come to the mat embracing a beginner’s attitude, concentrating on breathing, listening to my body and using proper form. By focusing on tiny improvements, I trust I will make progress.
My yoga routine reminds me success lives in the details. To succeed, I must focus on fundamentals. They feel trivial, boring and unimportant. If you want to be a master in your field just getting things accomplished won’t get you there unless you are mastering essential procedures. The key is being disciplined and submitting to the promise of growth.
As a writer, I am constantly working on my craft. I realized I should emulate the same thought process I use in my yoga practice. I concentrate on studying the essentials, doing my best work daily and hoping to see small steps forward each time I study.
Every job has its own fundamentals. How will you master yours?
Keep on writing.
Jo Hawk The Writer