I have also learned what value is. I’ve learned how to place value and create value in the yoga space. We are in the process of collecting data and we have a lot of information about who is doing what, when and with whom. It has helped us a lot in understanding the value of our skills.
I think that relationships are our biggest asset and I’ve learned time and time again that they are the foundation of everything. I’ve learned not to take the first offer. To always negotiate, life is a compromise and negotiation is simply compromising. It’s not bad nor good. The idea is to arrive at a point that make both parties happy. I have learned to enjoy it, to not take it personal and to know that there is always a solution.
I hope that as we change the paradigm of what agents and managers can mean in a more conscious world driven by ethics instead of ego, that people who have the old idea about things can move into the new as we are, with integrity and grace.
For today’s yogis who count on teaching as a career, Taylor is more of a yogi’s advocate than an agent.
Innovative, connected, cool ... doing big things for yoga in America.
Ava has created something very special in YAMA Talent. She brings oodles of experience to a hot and rapidly expanding industry and her innovative and entrepreneurial flair has helped her capture a market. It is a pleasure to work with Ava and we look forward to seeing her business go from strength to strength.
Taylor could take Gold to the (yoga) mat.