CLAYTON, NC -- Glow Yoga, founded in 2017 by Tiffany Pridgen, provides group and private yoga, Pilates, meditation classes, workshops, teacher trainings, reiki energy healing, crystal healing, holistic health and wellness coaching, and sound healing. The Clayton Chamber of Commerce spoke with Tiffany about advice she has for fellow business owners. Here is her expert edge: “As entrepreneurs, we often discover that our passion for growing and expanding our impact in the community supersedes our own personal desires for growth. Many business owners face challenges of burnout and fatigue as they "burn the candle at both ends." One of the most effective tools for managing stress and preventing burnout is our own personal acceptance that we are our business, and our self-care is imperative for success. If we [as small business owners] take ownership of our own personal well-being, our businesses will thrive as well.”
Tiffany uses her yoga background to provide some tangible ways to take ownership of your well-being, including “setting aside quiet time every morning for meditation or intention setting, blocking off time from your calendar daily or weekly to recharge and reconnect to your sole purpose through yoga, meditation, journaling, self-reflection or spending time in nature. Staying connected to your core values will keep you grounded and focused. This will help you to achieve more as you grow personally and professionally.”
Tiffany adds to her advice by encouraging others “to celebrate your small victories and focus your energy there. Business owners face many challenges and often find themselves wearing many hats; accepting challenge after challenge becomes second nature. Our drive for continuous improvement often overshadows the small day to day wins. I use a daily planner that includes a "victories for today" section. I like to fill that in at the end of every day. It keeps me focused and reaffirms that I have all the tools I need to grow my business successfully, regardless of any challenges I may be currently working through.”
--Glow Yoga, Founded 2017, Tiffany Pridgen
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