Some of you may know my husband Jim and I are both fond of motorcycles. Not just motorcycles, but Harleys to be exact.
There’s something incredibly freeing about riding a Harley on the open road. Can’t really put it into words. Only riders will understand.
The thing is, even though I love it, I hadn’t ridden a bike in yeeeears. I had been in an accident a while ago, and had been too scared to get back on a bike ever since.
It was a point of shame for me, especially as a coach who helps others get over their fears. I felt like a hypocrite.
What really convinced me to get back on was actually a group training class I heard about from a friend. I could learn to ride again with some great coaches and trainers, and do it in a group that I’d feel connected to.
My husband even joined to brush up his skills and support me. <3
I don’t think I would have had the courage to hire someone for 1-on-1 training, and doing it without any help would be a recipe for disaster (and injury!). But being in a group just made it waaay less intimidating.
At the group class, I was so pumped up! It was incredibly thrilling to be back on the bike, and the trainers were fantastic.
If you’ve ever seen me in person, you know what I’m kind of loud and I get energy from being around others. So being in that group class was the perfect environment for me. I made friends and bonded with all the other students so quickly.
We were laughing, high-fiving, giving each other tips and support. Couldn’t have asked for more!
BUT it didn’t all go smoothly…
I didn’t pass the class. In fact, I ended up leaving the class with my ego, and body, wounded.
I’ll tell you what happened tomorrow. Until then, if you’re looking to be part of a group of dedicated real investors who love to laugh, high-five, and support each other, you can join us for our upcoming workshop here:
The Lady Boss of Real Estate,
Capital City REIA