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4 Ways to Reignite Your Passion This Summer

June 26, 20232 min read

Sometimes we can feel like our gas tank is empty. Summer is a great time to reignite and reenergize your passion. There are a few things you can do to bring your love back into your work with new energy and zest. 

Schedule Disconnect Breaks

We are so busy doing all the things that we forget to stop doing all the things! Just 24 hours disconnected from your phone and the studio will help give you the time to open up the creativity that energizes you to move on. Scheduling breaks also gives you time to shift your focus on yourself, your family, and friends. You need these in your life to regain your balance.

Are you scheduling into your calendar disconnect breaks?

Self-Care Dates

You need to do the things that fill you up so you can pour into others. 

  • Take your dog to the dog park

  • Get a massage, a facial, a pedicure

  • Read a book for fun

  • Take a vacation

What other things do you do to take care of YOU?

Invest in Personal & Professional Growth 

When we invest in our personal and professional growth, it sparks creativity and passion. One way to invest is to attend conferences. The Dance Teach Web Conference will be

JULY 27 - 30 in Las Vegas at Planet Hollywood. There will be learning opportunities, networking, and time to unplug. 

Steve said it best when he said ‘ ‘as dance teachers and studio owners we are always in the position of give, give, give. Attending conferences, like  The Dance Teach Web Conference, gives us inspiration and the magic comes back to us in the form of creativity and energy. There is always room for growth, in business and in dance.’ 

Erin is leading multiple workshops! Stop by the booth!!  

Keep It Fresh

“To inspire your students, you have to be inspired.” You have to keep it fresh, not only for your students but for yourself. 

Find Your Business Bestie

Surround yourself with people who speak your language, meet your business besties; those who get you and understand you and you can share with authentically and they get it! These relationships happen in the room.

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Erin Burd

Erin Burd, is a Women’s Empowerment and Business Coach, Author and Speaker. She started Birdy’s Kids In Motion and Dance Biz in a Bag on a budget of only $300.00 and built a six-figure business in just two years. Erin is passionate about paying it forward and created the $100K Studio Dance Blueprint and the Mobile Studio Mastermind and has coached multiple women entrepreneurs to launch their business on a small budget and how to take their business to six-figures.

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