I woke up this morning with the thought that if I really want to make time to be with someone I need to send an invitation.  Has someone ever said to you. "You never come to visit or I don't see you much"? I don't know about you, but for me life is full of things to do, places and people to see and my diary is often booked months in advance. This means, I often just wait for a firm invitation, event or appointment before I go somewhere or see someone.

An invitation is a reason to prioritise one thing over another. It moves people, places and actions up the "to do" list.  It removes any ambiguity about whether your presence is wanted in a space or not.  It avoids the assumption "You know you are always welcome".  With a genuine invitation you actually do know you are welcome and wanted and are therefore more likely to make the effort.

So here is my invitation to you.  If you like who I am and what I do I would love to see you and have a chat. It would be great if you can come and play on The Nurturing Journey with me, share some nurturing yoga, have some laughs and generally help the world feel like a better place.  Would you like to come to anything that I've got planned? If you want, You can click here for the details.

It feels good to extend the invitation. Now you know you are welcome