Time is of the essence

Prior to launching, we conducted some research to try to figure out what adults wanted to learn and what was keeping them from pursuing those passions. It wasn’t surprising to learn that 91% of the adults that we surveyed wanted to learn something new, but what did shock me was that only 28% of them were actually taking a class.

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That is one massive gap.

We asked what exactly was standing in the way, and the most resounding response was lack of time. No time after work, no time between seeing friends, no time between running errands. No time.

That. Is. Crap.

Excuse my French, but is there really so much work to be done and so many friends to be seen that we cannot spare an hour or two a week for ourselves? I think not, and what better way to prove it than by example?

To do so, I have set myself the challenge to try one new thing a week. A huge feat, but I’m ready to do it because if we aren’t going to take the time to invest in ourselves, then what are we spending our time doing?

Stayed tuned to our blog for updates on my progress and to see if I can actually practice what I preach!

hello, world!

Welcome to The Curve’s blog, run by our co-founder and managing partner Maya Itani. On this blog you will find all our updates, class reviews, interviews, and random musings.

Through our posts we hope to encourage you to rediscover the part of you that exists outside of the office. The part that isn’t defined by your job title. The part that truly makes you who you are.

Come on this journey with us, and we will prove to you that learning shouldn’t end after college and life doesn’t end at the office!

Keep growing,
M