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How to Take on a Season of Change?

How to take on a season of change? Call it fall or autumn; it’s a season that somehow easily conjures up change with all the seasonal images, feelings, sounds and tastes.

You can’t deny the change. And, maybe it’s the best time of year to consider your change? Whether it’s business or your personal life, why not open up and let her do her magic.

Every leaf speaks bliss to me,  fluttering from the autumn tree.
Emily Bronte

Stunning colors of red, yellow, orange, and purple leaves are all around where I live during the fall. As leaves fall naturally, the tree limbs go bare. What do you need to – what do you need to let fall away naturally? I find this is one of the best times of year I can easily consider things I’ve tolerated, things I’ve done and things left undone. For some reason, it’s the season when it’s more natural that I let go of things. Just like the bugs start to die off during this time of year, you get let go of what bugs you.

Autumn asks that we prepare for the future —that we be wise in the ways of garnering and keeping.    Bonaro W. Overstreet

But, fall doesn’t let you off too easily! You can’t just let go. It offers a crisp and clear call for preparing. Whether you have intentions, or set goals, or some other way to plan, you’ll find things cooperating with your feelings as you plan, even if it’s just to start to plan. The summer heat is over and it’s a welcome time to leave the windows open – no pollen or humidity. Open up your window on your calendar to start some serious planning.

Summer is already better, but the best is autumn. It is mature, reasonable and serious, it glows moderately and not frivolously … It cools down, clears up, makes you reasonable …  Valentin

Serious? Reasonable? You’ve got – the crackling of leaves as you walk through them, kids of all ages out and about in costumes at Halloween, cheering at football games. Sounds more like serious fun to me! The sounds and activities of the fall season are a kind of reasonable cheering you on.

For me, every year, I begin a kind of personal growth hibernation stage during fall and winter. I often invest in myself with workshops and teleclasses. It can be almost any topic that seems to call to me to give me more energy.

You might have your own favorite season and it really doesn’t matter which one it is. Just pick one. Find out how it can let you do – that spring cleaning in your life and business, heat up some passion in your work and life, cool your jets and for my favorite time – fall into some changes with ease. Let go, then prepare and let yourself have some fun.

Do you feel ready for some changes? How can you let your favorite season help you along?  

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