The countdown begins now toward a brand-new year. There are a few simple things I would encourage you to focus on that will make this transition easier. First, let go of what just occurred; it’s now in the past. Then, reach out to embrace the future and create something new. I like what the twentieth-century poet, T.S. Eliot, said in his poem Little Gidding. “For last year’s words belong to last year’s language. And next year’s words await another voice…And to make an end is to make a beginning.” To move on, you must first say, “goodbye,” then say, “hello”. What will help this process would be to reinforce your perception of transitions. In other words, be awake and aware of the effects of change and how you can change, for the better, to have a better year. We have the ability, no matter what has happened in the past, to open new horizons for an even greater future. Two pairs of eyes are always best for new beginnings, so try a coach to help facilitate the way.
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