The Importance of Seasons

small business Dec 07, 2018


Since we're in the midst of the holiday season, it’s a good time to remember that we all live our lives in seasons. The interesting thing about seasons is that they all have a beginning and an end. Did you know that you can easily lose your sense of purpose if you don't recognize when one season is over and when a new one is beginning? It happened to my wife and me before. We were going down the same old pattern of thinking and expectations, only to be disappointed because we didn't recognize the season we were in.

Today, I want to remind you, that in order to succeed, you need to recognize what season you're in! 

As we approach the end of 2018 and the beginning of 2019, I want you to think about the following questions to help you maximize the season you're in and the new one you are about to enter.

  1. What were the top three greatest lessons you learned in 2018 both on a personal and professional level?
  2. What are the three areas you want to improve the most in 2019? What is your plan to achieve those improvements?
  3. What are the top three priorities in 2018 for your family, your work, and yourself?

Remember, achievers, don't sit back and wait for success. They are proactive, they are strategic thinkers (not just about work but about their entire life too) and they are relentless!

Regardless of the season you're in, recognize that life is not one long race, but many short ones in succession. Each day and each season has its own challenges and purpose. To be successful you will always have to keep plugging away. There's a great line in the scriptures that encourage us to, "not grow weary in doing good because in due season we’ll reap what we have sowed."

 Other Thoughts on SEASONS

“A person's character and their garden both reflect the amount of weeding that was done during the growing season.” - Unknown

"You must take personal responsibility. You cannot change the circumstances, the seasons, or the wind, but you can change yourself. That is something you have charge of." - Jim Rohn

"If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant." - Anne Bradstreet

“Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.” - Unknown


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