Spring is one of the four temperate seasons, the transition period between winter and summer. Spring and “springtime” refer to the season, and broadly to ideas of rebirth, renewal and re-growth.
As I watch those around me begin to open up, stand tall, look forward and plan ahead. The colours in nature become more vibrant and bold. A real sense of positivity permeates the air, a truly transitional period.
Clients are sowing seeds of commitments to themselves, by composing vision boards and planning their route to success. These tools ensure you keep focussed and remain authentic to yourself. The time you take to learn new skills are a catalyst to empowering you and gaining momentum to realise your goals in 2014.
The environment in which you spend most of your time be that an office / home office should be an inspirational space to help you learn and grow. You wouldn’t put a seedling in the freezer when it needs a greenhouse. Cultivating a nurturing and colourful environment enables all of my clients to sow positive seeds, put down strong roots and thrive.
It can only be a good thing!