“Hope has never trickled down, it has always sprung up.” – Naomi Klein
A traditional time of new hope…
things just look different when spring is in the air.
Besides the birds, bees, flowers and trees, you now have your own next opportunity to pop out and blossom.
One definition of spring is “being suddenly released from a coiled or constrained position.”
We may not like to think of ourselves in such a state, and yet there’s always somewhere that we are a bit held back, seemingly a bit limited.
The good thing about specific, ritual times of the year is that it’s just another wake up call to hope again, get redeemed again, try again and believe again.
It may also help to have little birdies (or JOLTs) reminding you to do so. 😉
Consider that new life is awaiting — your career, your business, your dreams, your relationships, your possibilities — and simply needs the light of your attention.
What coiled or constrained position can you be sprung from now?
If there’s greener grass on the other side of the career fence from where you are now, consider joining me for special opportunity to be sprung in May. There’s a sweet discount available for a limited time. See the spring launch here.
“The spring has sprung, the grass is rizz. I wonder where them birdies is?” – Winnie the Pooh