Transparency

First, I want to thank everyone that has participated in our first NP survey. Your feedback is awesome and critical for helping us grow our community. If you haven’t had a chance yet to fill out the survey, please do so here! We want to hear from everyone so please take a few minutes and help give back to this awesome movement.

This brings me to my second point, leadership. While Kait and I are the one’s coming up with and leading the workouts, it doesn’t mean that we don’t want help. There are more apparent versions of this that we all see and appreciate. Joel’s dedication to coordinating our social events, Molly and Rachel captaining our water station at the LA Marathon each year, Jeff’s recruiting tactics(Where in Jersey?!), and everyone that has and will babysit while Kait and I are out of town. Then there are the lesser talked about instances. When a veteran member makes a newbie feel like they’ve been coming for months, when you remind someone that they can push a little bit further, when you find a badass park or set of stairs and reach out to let us know, and when you put back into our crew the same energy that you receive from it. Kait and I may be the NP LAX co-leaders, but it doesn’t mean that you can’t help set the tone for an incredible morning!

Kait and I are stoked from our trip to Seattle a couple weeks ago, and we’re on a mission to make every Wednesday and Friday morning as incredible as they can be. It’s part of the reason we want to grow our community to 100+ amazing humans that come from all walks of life, but share the same positive energy that we all love. No one ever complains that they got too many high fives or that they saved money by skipping their morning coffee because they were flying high after a workout. That new person might introduce you to a new song or book or brunch spot. Think about the delicious shakshuka that you could be missing out on!!

Do good, LA!

NOTES:

Words of Affirmation – I am looking around me at the faces of the people I am helping and I am thrilled to know that I have made a difference in their life.

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