Wow. In the blink of an eye it seems, it’s already been 4+ days since my last post! It’s been a busy time, split between work and play. I guess it’s hard to complain much about life when you’re getting your chance to play. I try to make time for that as often as possible, but that isn’t always as often as I’d like.
Work is a mix of freelance consulting in the IT world and building Living Intentionally. Recent days have seen an upturn in the amount of healing work I’ve been doing, with some days having sessions starting as early as 5 a.m. and ending as late as 10:30 p.m. With IT-related client visits in the middle of all that, it can make for a long, long day.
Despite the long days, however, I find myself excited about the prospects for growing Living Intentionally. That excitement intensified last night as my wife and I saw what could turn out to be the perfect office space, literally just a couple of minutes on foot from the local train station. As the mantra goes, Location, Location, Location! Being so close to the train station would be a blessing. The rent is reasonable, so it may be just what we need to set up a real brick-and-mortar presence.
I’ve been wanting an office space near the apartment in Tokyo, but well-placed near the station so as to not scare off potential clients. It seems that Source may have heard and heeded the call. We’ll know after we’ve taken a look whether this is the place we want to call our corporate home.
One of the things that a dedicated space would provide me is a “no-cost” space for holding healing workshops. It also gives me a space to do face-to-face wellness coaching, which is an aspect of business I’ve yet to develop. The opportunity here seems perfectly placed and perfectly timed.
Talk about exciting!
Update: 2011-03-07 18:30 JST (+0900)
Well, so much for that particular place. Not quiet. Old. Dirty. No worries, though; the look for an office space has officially begun! 🙂