As my family knows all too well, I have always enjoyed staying busy. I have always had a calendar that was packed. I need my Marni-time but it doesn't have to be a lot. I love being able to help others. I have never complained about only having 24 hours in a day for if there were more, I would fill those hours up too. I never sacrifice cooking, sleep and daily exercise/movement to "work" but then again, it's all about balance.
I went to a liberal arts college where I was forced to write, write and write some more - and I loved that. In high school and college, I loved any assignment that involved writing or speaking. Of course, back in the day, my hand got really tired from writing 10+ pages of rough drafts with a pencil.
I suppose my first day as a small business owner on January 1st, 2012 was 30 years in the making.
I also wanted my athletes and fitness enthusiasts to trust me that I had their best interest at heart (ethically/morally, medically and with individual goals in mind) but to be able to communicate with me whenever they had concerns, questions or comments. And most of all, to know that I practice what I preach.
But as any athlete knows, it takes a team to raise an athlete. And as any business owner knows, if you don't know how to do something and it is not your specialty, you should hire someone who can do it right for you.
Oh, I forgot to mention that it was Doris who created our TriMarni logo!!
What a thoughtful measure to take time out of her marathon training routine to re-design my original vision for how we want to educate, inspire and motivate others.