Springtime-Creativity Time!

Like a gym, I’m busy at start of the school year until about mid-November.  Then, it’s Holiday time and often, I use this time to reorganize my office, close out the books, do some business planning and enjoy that time of year.

Then, January hits and it’s a flurry of activity and I’m busy with working in my business where before January and the New Year, I was working on my business, doing planning, putting the business’ finances in order, and organizing things in preparation for the coming year.

But with Spring as the trees blossom and the daffodils rise up, it’s the start of my creative time.  There is a renewal of energy, not just in me.  You feel it everywhere.  i tell my clients to pick one idea and stick with it…be they business persons or in a career.   The transition from Winter To Spring can be a very productive time.  Enjoy the new energy, but don’t neglect the other things.

For example, I’ll still be running my Momentum Mastermind & Group Coaching groups-more ideas for each other seem to be generated as Spring bursts upon the scene. http://www.momentummastemindgroups.com.

I’m still going to be writing this blog but also, a book on my journey and learning to live with my disability and health challenges along the way.  Also, some business information I learned.  I’ll share my mistakes so your learning will be accelerated and you won’t err like I did….Sort of a memoir/how to book.  It will be first sold as an ebook, then, published and on Kindle.  I’m very excited!

Giving you examples of my experience of renewed creativity was not meant to brag!  But rather an example of what you, too can experience “in your world.”




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