When I first discovered flying trapeze, it seemed fair to assume this might quickly be another short-term love-affair. 20 years later, I’m as committed as ever. Here are 7 reasons why the sport keeps me engaged.
If you’ve been conditioned that you should lead with your mind and your intelligence, you’ve received bad advice. Here’s why you must lead with your heart.
I’ve been doing flying trapeze for 20 years. This is the advice I give all new flyers before they climb the ladder.
Sometimes it seems that the most intelligent people often get stuck. Here’s why that happens and how to get out of your own way.
We are conditioned to look where we’re going and follow our vision. But sometimes that’s not possible and we must rely on a different skill.
To trust when you leap doesn’t serve you if you’re going to second guess yourself in midair. Commit to the leap.
Changing things changes things. It may even feel like a set back. But it’s the only way to move forward.