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Ep. 378 FYF with Lesley Logan

Kicking off your weekend with some positivity is always the goal.

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What does it mean to celebrate wins, both big and small? Join Lesley as she shares the incredible win of hosting her biggest virtual event ever: Summer Camp! Reflecting on the experience, she challenges the traditional notion of success, emphasizing the importance of teamwork, dedication, and the positive impact of the Pilates community. The episode highlights inspiring stories from listeners Tania Tsiora, Christine Eschen, and Jennifer Lapina. Tune in to discover how these individuals are making strides and finding moments of joy while balancing their personal and professional lives.

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In this episode you will learn about:

  • How implementing a system can improve any business operations.
  • Benefits of flexible work-life balance for more time with loved ones.
  • The impact of receiving positive feedback from your clients.
  • How virtual events can expand accessibility for global audiences.

 

Transcript

Lesley Logan: It’s Fuck Yeah Friday.

Brad Crowell: Fuck yeah.

Lesley Logan: Get ready for some wins.

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Lesley Logan
Welcome to the Be It Till You See It podcast where we talk about taking messy action, knowing that perfect is boring. I’m Lesley Logan, Pilates instructor and fitness business coach. I’ve trained thousands of people around the world and the number one thing I see stopping people from achieving anything is self doubt. My friends, action brings clarity and it’s the antidote to fear. Each week, my guests will bring Bold, Executable, Intrinsic and Targeted steps that you can use to put yourself first and Be It Till You See It. It’s a practice, not a perfect. Let’s get started.

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Lesley Logan
All right, Be It babe. Hi, happy Friday. It’s the first Friday in June. What’s up, if you’re listening to this real time, if you’re not, don’t worry, you can listen to these anytime if you just need and doses of inspiration just hit the FYF stuff in the feed. Because these are people like yourself. Listeners like you who are having wins. And they’re finding them and some of them feel very big, big projects. And some of them are just like, holy moly, I did this today. And I think it’s really important that we celebrate all types of wins, because it allows us to just really feel like there is positivity even amongst all the crap. So I want you to know also amongst these wins, or not sharing is all the things that didn’t go well, because you know what, that’s so easy. And negativity breeds negativity. So kicking off your Friday, kicking off your weekend, with some positivity is always the goal here. So we start off with a couple wins of yours, then a win of mine, and then a little fun mantra.

Lesley Logan 1:39
So first up, we have Tania Tsiora. She’s an Agency member, by the way, she got a new booking scheduling system and linked it to the website so people stay on her website and book through it. Already my seventh newsletter is going out on Monday. The sixth is about different types of breakfasts. So way to go, Tanya, I fucking love this. I love that we are celebrating a booking system, holy moly, those takes so long to put into place and get people to do it. And that means they’re going to your website. So they’re seeing all the things you offer. It makes it easy for them to remember to share you and you get your seventh newsletter going out. And you’re you’re finding unique ways to write about things. I love that your sixth one was about breakfast. Because you know what, we can’t just always email people like, hey, schedule your next session. So good for you. That’s a win.

Lesley Logan 2:24
All right, Christine Eschen, she’s an eLevate grad and a Agency member. And she said, I’m popping in here late for a win. My best friend’s husband died quickly and unexpectedly. No, I know, that’s not a win. But it felt so good to just drop everything and climb in the car to drive three hours and just be here for her. She lives on 40 acres and has her 92-year-old mother here and she broke her leg. So all of this is sad. But I feel glad just to be here for her and talk and cry. And also when to bring my husband along to help out and do some things for her that guys do –put in the sprinkler heads, weed whacking and all that stuff. So sometimes a win is just loving and helping out your BFF when she needs it. Grateful for her and all of you. Christine, I really do appreciate how you are seeing what you are able to do for your friend as a win. No, it’s never a win when we lose someone we love. But the fact that you have created a life for yourself where you and your husband can actually go and be there for someone when they need it, that is huge. Sometimes they wonder why are we working so hard. Why do we do this? Why don’t we do this for ourselves? We could just go work for someone else. But if you, if you work for someone else, Christine, full time, I don’t know that you could have been there for her. You know. So I love that you could do that. And it’s really beautiful. And thank you for sharing that with all of us.

Lesley Logan 3:37
All right, one more. This is Jennifer Lapina. She is eLevate member and she wrote, “Overwhelmed but winning indeed. I’m seeing the bodies performing better and choosing exercises accordingly and while even explaining the why. Compliments are so encouraging, clients appreciate my attention to detail and expressed awareness and changes to their posture, reduce pain and better mobility, picked up a few new privates and seeing more followers in my classes. My name is popping up amongst acquaintances as a solid Pilates instructor and I’m getting feedback from managers and co-workers I love being talked about in a positive way. I wrestled my six four super strong son in the senior wrestling pit on his last day of school and took him down. He may have let me win but I enjoyed being the cool mom amongst his friends.” Jennifer, this is so fun. I love that he even let you win but you’ll never know. And I also love that you have been allowing yourself to evolve as a teacher. And you can tell that you are because while it is overwhelming to change and to integrate new ways of teaching, but the fact that people are really able to hear the good words that you’re giving them and then also listen to the detailed things you want them to do is a testament to you. You know you’re not overwhelming them with too much information. So way to go.

Lesley Logan 4:47
All right, loves a win of mine. Summer Camp was a blast. Hugely awesome. So great. We did it last week and it was just, was the biggest thing Brad and I have ever done virtually, that our team has done, and I’m so grateful for the team that we have, if they’re listening, hi, guys, thank you. You know, we couldn’t have done it without them, there’s a lot of things to organize. And it’s interesting, you know, I’m gonna celebrate this, like, yes, we could do things more in person. And that would be amazing. And trust me, I’ve done big events, I’ve been part of planning big events that are in person, we still do big events that are in person. But it is important to me that there are some ways to make things accessible for others. And virtual allows people to join in from all over the world without investing in time and money to fly some place, hotels, food, some of these in-person events might only be a couple $100 to attend, the ticket, but thousands of dollars when you do it. And it’s not easy, especially if you’ve got kids and things like that. So I really am grateful for my team for helping me put this together. So we could have something that anyone can join from around the world, we have teachers from all over the world. And I’m so, so grateful for the amount of people that attended like that is a huge win, because they could have done anything since it was virtual. So it was it was amazing. We had 14 events over two days, Brad and I wore out our blue blockers. It was all hands on deck. And it was just an absolute blast. So that if you attended, thank you so much for being part of this win. I’m so so grateful. I think it’s easy for us to focus on a win also having to be all the details like how many people attended, did we hit those goals, did we hit this goal? And the truth is, is that I don’t think I will ever hit an attendance goal of an event that doesn’t have a capacity at it. Right? Like my retreats have sold out. My eLevates have sold out. Minis have sold out but like something like this, there’s actually not a limit to how many people can attend. And so when you have those it’s easy to you’ll set a goal. And then if you don’t hit it, you’re like I didn’t want anything here. And Brad and I did have a goal. No, we did not hit that goal. But that doesn’t mean it’s a failure. The win is that how much we worked together, how much the team worked together, how focused we were as a team. Could we have hit the goals that we wanted to had everything lined up? Absolutely. And I’m so proud of that. So I just want to share that with you. Because I think we, especially with a win like this where I’m like this happened, it’s easy to go oh my god, she’s slaying. Yes, we’re all slaying, but not, not every single tiny goal amongst the things was hit. But that doesn’t mean it wasn’t a win that it happened and that we workde so hard together. And I’m so, so, so grateful. So stay tuned for more information on that.

Lesley Logan 7:28
Okay. Your mantra for the weekend is there’s growth in stillness. There is growth in stillness. There is growth in stillness. My loves, repeat that to yourself. Because sometimes we think we’d be doing a ton of things all the time. You don’t have to. There’s growth in stillness. Please send your wins and so we can share them on the next FYF. Make sure you listen to our interviews and recaps and share them with a friend. That is how this podcast grows. We could not do it without you. And until next time, Be It Till You See It.

Lesley Logan
That’s all I’ve got for this episode of the Be It Till You See It podcast. One thing that would help both myself and future listeners is for you to rate this show and leave a review. And, follow or subscribe for free wherever you listen to podcasts. Also, make sure to introduce yourself over on IG at the @be_it_pod on Instagram. I would love to know more about you. Share this episode with whoever you think needs to hear it. Help us and others to BE IT TILL YOU SEE IT. Have an awesome day!

Lesley Logan
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Brad Crowell
It’s written, filmed and recorded by your host, Lesley Logan and me, Brad Crowell.

Lesley Logan
It is transcribed, produced and edited by the epic team at Disenyo.co.

Brad Crowell
Our theme music is by Ali at Apex Production Music and our branding by designer and artist Gianfranco Cioffi.

Lesley Logan
Special thanks to Melissa Solomon for creating our visuals.

Brad Crowell
Also to Angelina Herico for adding all of our content to our website. And finally to Meridith Root for keeping us all on point and on time.

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