Friday, September 4, 2015

Labor Day and Transitions

As a child, the Labor Day Weekend served as a benchmark of sorts. It was the end of a glorious summer vacation and the beginning of a new adventure. As I grew a bit older, it was a time of brief reflection, reviewing past performance and anxiously anticipating what was ahead.  It was a bittersweet time as the long summer days were fading and trees began to transform into a kaleidoscope of colors.

In the final analysis, Labor Day has always represented a time of transition, a time to move from point A to B. This Labor Day Weekend, I urge you to take care of yourself, rest, reacquaint yourself with your families and take a moment to reflect…is it time for a transition in your life…in your leadership style? There’s a quote from John Maxwell that continues to swirl in my thoughts and urges me to continually move forward…”We can not become what we need by remaining what we are.”

Be good to yourself...

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