Town Sports International Holdings, Inc. Promotes Daniel Gallagher To President And Chief Operating Officer

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Town Sports International Holdings, Inc. Promotes to President and Chief Operating Officer

10 January 2014 | 9:30 pm Town Sports International Holdings, Inc. today announced the promotion of Daniel Gallagher from Chief Financial Officer to President and Chief Operating Officer.

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    What Should I Do With My Life? I have just quit uni due to my extreme shyness.
    Potentially I could do anything I want, I am young and have no responsibilities.
    However I definitely need to stay in my home town long enough to get treatment for my social phobia. Which I am guessing would probably take a year. From now until then I could earn money in any job I can get and then start the Finance degree in September which secures me a qualification. I might love finance who knows, but knowing me I probably won’t.
    I like the idea of living in France. I also need to live either with my gran or near my gran.
    I have always had the problem of not knowing what I want to do. But my interests include: Animals, Skiing & Snowboarding and horse riding and cooking. But there is always a massive drawback as to why I cannot pursue anything to do with these. Eg. If I became a ski instructor in France I wouldn’t know what job to do in summer and it would also mean a long time away from my gran or she’d have to follow me about which isn’t very settling for her. She also owns a big house which would be a big deal to sell it and to move all of the things out of it. It would not be an easy task so moving out of that house would have to be for a very good reason.
    Thanks for the suggestions!

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      I work with teenagers from all socio economic backgrounds who have trouble deciding what they want to do.

      Firstly let me say that to expect you to know what you want to do with the rest of your life at the age of 18 is a little bit ludicrous.Most 18 year olds dont know what they want to on the weekend let alone for the next 50 years.

      So here is my advice to you. Whatever you start… finish. Its highly unlikely you will work in the same field for the rest of your life anyway, but a resume full of ventures begun and never completed is just not helpful to you.Go and do your finance degree perhaps you can do some electives that relate it to sports and recreation so you can combine it somehow in the future with the things you love. Dont worry whether you will like the course of not. Finance is a great course to do because it is so general and relates to ALL businesses.

      The ski instructor job.. put on hold. Also turning your loved hobby into a job, isnt always the best move. If you have to do it day in and day out with people who annoy you, you might find the hobby isnt so much fun anymore.

      I know a man here in Australia who wanted to be a professional surfer, he wasnt quite good enough but it was his passion. He went and studied medicine and for the last 20 years he works 6 months of the year as a doctor and travels the world surfing the other 6. He decided to use his occupation to give him the freedom to do his hobby/passion as much as he can.

      And in reality a job is just that…. a means to an end. Its a way to make money to live the life you want to live…. a job isnt your life!!So, a smart move would be to go and study the thing you are capable of that will give you the most money and freedom to be choosey later. It also means that you will have the money to go back and study something else later if you find something you prefer in say, 10 years.

      As for your extreme shyness. Seriously, there isnt a person on the planet who doesnt have insecurities. The biggest harm we do to ourselves is worry about how others see us, or that we might make a fool of ourselves. The truth is that everyone is so worried about themselves they would only notice you messing up for a very short time. A great way to dissipate your shyness is to divert attention away from yourself. And its as simple as showing genuine interest in other people. Ask them questions about their life that you want to know about and then sit back and they will talk and talk and talk.The spotlight will miraculously be off you.

      Now, get out there and live…. the more you challenge yourself the less frightening it will be. And whats the worst that can happen. Someone laughing at you? BIG DEAL! You will still be here,alive and kicking, and if they keep laughing it really just shows that they themselves are not very nice people and are trying to deflect attention away from themselves and their own issues.

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    What Age Would You Enroll Child In These Sports/activities? My son will be 2 next month (way too early for anything!), but I’m just interested in what age do most parents enroll their child in the following sports:

    Soccer –
    Baseball/Tee Ball –
    Basketball –
    Swimming Lessons (actual lessons, not “Mommy & Me” ones) –
    Karate/Martial Arts –
    Skiing –
    Snowboarding –
    Hockey –
    Football (even “Tag Football” is acceptable) –
    Singing Lessons –
    Music Lessons (Piano/Guitar/Drums/etc) –

    You can add any other lesson that I didn’t think of as well! Lastly, how would I find the teams in my local area to enroll him, once the time came?

    Thanks everyone for your help!

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      There really is no right or wrong answer to this. You will have to decide what works best for your family yourself. There are all kind of introductory classes that start as early as 2 that aren’t exactly true lessons they are more about exploring the sports.

      My youngest daughter started swim and tumbling at 2 and dance at around 3.

      The YMCA, YWCA, local recreation center may offer “Tiny Tots” classes. The same places are also good bets for older kids too. Here our city leagues advertise in the newspaper and send home notices through the schools when it is time to enroll.

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