Every fall I take a moment to enjoy the leaves falling from the trees and truly recognize that with each leaf falling the tree is giving up a part of itself it no longer needs. Trees do this naturally. Human beings on the other hand, releasing means work.
Being a leader in this transformational time means being open and willing to try new things and expand your comfort zone.
7 things to consider releasing like the leaves:
- your need to be perfect
- your need to have all the answers
- your past
- friends or relationships that no longer serve you
- fear you are not enough
- lack of money or resources
- attachment to the way things have always been
Together we harvest the garden this fall take a moment to harvest your good. You can do this in a variety of ways
- Start a journal
- Begin a meditation practice
- Write a thank you note and mail it
- Vision what you want for the holiday season
As the energy of this planet moves to the darkest parts of the year honor the change of seasons by choosing what you want to change about yourself. Release those things no longer serving you and claim fully the things that will.
Let me know what you claim for yourself this fall via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Holly Duckworth, CAE, CMP is CEO of Leadership Solutions International as consultant, speaker and facilitator on leadership and spirituality. Author of Ctrl+Alt+Believe: Reboot Your Association For Success, Holly is a columnist for MeetingsNet/IdeaExchange on the meetings industry and writes a regular international column on the future of spirituality in business for Science of Mind Magazine. She lives in Denver Colorado Learn more at www.hollyduckworth.com, on LinkedIn & follow her on twitter @hduckworth