I see my business plan as having 3 major components.
One component is my Nia trainer relationship with my family. Jeff encouraged me to monetize what becoming a trainer means to my family. I invited my husband to a D.I.E. session to record on paper what we want becoming a Nia trainer to create for our family. This was huge in opening a doorway that is creeping in our developing relationship around money.
The second component is forging professional Nia relationships within higher education, in order to scaffold opportunities to offer the white belt in colleges and universities. I have just completed the first phase of this plan and I'm in reflection mode. I have a mostly clear plan of how to continue moving forward with this.
The third component is re-designing my Nia teaching business in relationship to the local Nia community in Boston and throughout New England, in relationship to becoming a trainer and broadening the market. I have been implementing some plans based on coaching I received from Loretta Milo and have new classes beginning next month. I'm planning events for teachers and more teacher workshops locally and developing relationships with teachers in New Hampshire and Maine.