A change of season is coming. In the southern hemisphere, to spring. In the northern hemisphere, to autumn. Seasons can be used as markers. You are transitioning from one season to another. It is a great time to reflect, assess and aspire.
Where and how are you as we change seasons?
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We’re at the edge of a transition of seasons and change is in the air. Do you need some space to make the best of this time? Open space gives you room to breathe. You can think, reassess, plan and commit to what you want to achieve on the other side of this transition.
If you need some open space for yourself, go ahead and create it. You can find the time and it will be well worth your while.
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In the northern hemisphere, spring is here. In the southern hemisphere, it is autumn. Seasons are clear markers of change in our lives. How can you use this change of season to your advantage? Here are a few questions to get you started:
• Is there a change you have wanted to make that you can get started on now?
• Is there something in your life or work that you want to let go of?
• Is there something you want to bring into your life or work that you can get started on now?
• What does this change in season mean or represent to you?
Using a change in season as a marker is a way to keep your life and career moving forward. Make the most of this change in season to transform your life and work in the same way nature transforms itself each season.
Summer is upon us. Some look at the seasons in a symbolic way. Summer is a time to enjoy the blooming of the “seeds” you have planted in preceding months. It will not hurt to take a moment and look at what is “blooming” for you. What have you accomplished in the past year? How have you grown?
Acknowledge your accomplishments and growth. Many of us do too little of that. By acknowledging your self, you set a foundation for future accomplishments and growth. You’ve done it before and will do it again.
What “blooms” will you enjoy this summer?
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