growing as a team.
Here's to a new week filled with beautiful potential!
I'll be honest with you, it's a low spoons day today. Even with portioning out my spoons carefully this weekend, unexpected events used a large amount of resources. And today I am being kind to my being and gently gathering spoons when able.
I am grateful, because last week, I discovered that writing to you is spoon-giving! It brings me joy that many of you have reached out with ideas and sharing inspiration. Thank you!
Your communication and contact is deeply appreciated.
I look forward to continuing the conversation!
If I could have one wish, it would be that everyone know that they are loved and valued - where they are at.
We are all on this journey together. And this journey is far from over.
Ideally, we strive to surround ourselves with like-minded people who support and empower! This support network is vital for growth and development.
Jim Rohn, an American success philosopher, is quoted as saying that you are the average of the 5 people you surround yourself with.
I first heard this statement a few weeks ago, and it is an interesting idea to explore. I thought of the people who I surround myself with and I was really grateful with the beautiful picture that they painted.
I know we can count on each other to challenge ourselves when we get comfortable, and support each other when we tip too far outside our comfort zone. We hold each other accountable and we raise each other up to be our best selves.
I'm curious, when you take a loving look at the people in your life, how do you feel?
What are you working towards and cultivating within yourselves?
The important aspect here is to look with love. It is not about judgement, but a check-in to see if your team is supporting health and well-being. And to look for ways you can support them too!
When we surround ourselves with positive, creative, loving people, we grow into positive, creative, loving people.
Within these relationships, we look for ways to support each other where we are at and to help each other if granted the permission to do so.
Permission is key.
Without it, there can me no action.
Without permission, action is unloving and unhealthy.
So, in what ways does your support network raise you up?
How are they bringing you towards your goal? How can you support them?
I wish you a week filled with beautiful opportunities to grow and to raise up your people. Ideally there will be many more spoons for all!
Warmth and love,