When the movie 9to5 came out, I was a pretty excited kid. I love Dolly Parton. Lily Tomlin is hilarious.
The lyrics seemed to describe adult life in a nutshell. Every adult I knew worked hard and played harder. Being an entrepreneur or having a “side hustle” was a way of life, not a trend. It means working long hours.
Being a yoga teacher means being an entrepreneur. Even if it is only your side hustle.
Here are some things to remember:
–Keep your resume updated. Looking at yourself through eyes of a hiring manager can inform you about what’s missing in your credentials.
–Network like a pro. Connect with people you enjoy and appreciate. You never know when an opportunity to work together will come up.
–Act your worth. Want to be a top earner? Stay professional. Start on time. End on time. Treat yourself and all of your co-workers with respect.
–Make time to rest. A burnt out yoga teacher is useless and potentially dangerous.
Check out this article on forbes.com listing 5 things every entrepreneur, every yoga teacher, should know.