I’m reminded of that old Bob Dylan refrain: “Come gather ’round people wherever you roam, and admit that the waters around you have grown.” The end of the calendar year brings each of us to the end of waters we’ve navigated over the past 12 months. During this transitional time of the season I start wondering what there is for me to learn from the events of the past and how to take that learning into the next year.
All too often, people think that change will flow because they want it to. We can wish all we’d like on a star, but hope alone never gets us unstuck or helps to improve a situation. Activating the positive, supportive voice within increases courage, ease and assertiveness. Aren’t these the qualities that have us be more successful with anything — be it a relationship or a work project? Sure they are.
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