I caught myself out, and pushed some limits. I made it my mission to talk to as many people and introduce and link as many of the people as I could together. I was a little afraid I’d run into a HUGE bunch of homogenous, middle-aged new-age crazies, but instead, I ran into a like-minded group of people ranging in culture, beliefs, and age!
I came to TCI while finishing off my psychology degree, and teaching martial arts as well. While I love uni and I am a bookworm, I disliked the fact I did absolutely no practical work, even in my final year of a psychology degree. I also was passionate about my part-time instructor job, however, in all jobs, I’ve found I disliked one of three things: the work, the clients, or the boss… and by extension, the money. At my job, I connected well with the kids, I enjoyed the work, and though my boss and I butted heads, I liked the environment. But few hours meant even as a well-paid position, I earned a third of the money my friends did.
This next bit is hard to put down on paper, because I really don’t like to be center-stage. However: