The day you dreaded is here. Summer is over. Or, maybe you weren’t dreading it. Maybe you are so glad it’s here that you woke up singing.
Was this a summer to remember or one to forget? Whichever, it’s behind us. Yesterday a friend reminded me that everything ends. Sooner or later, whether it’s good or bad, everything—including us—ends.
Time to start planning (if you haven’t already) a fall that either helps you forget the summer, or builds on the good things that happened over the last few months.
Your key thought for the fall (see, I’ve already forgotten the summer) is to set the stage for a great 2010.
What small thing can you do today that starts moving you in a positive direction. What gets you one itsy-bitsy-teeny-weeny step closer to looking back on December 31 and saying, “No matter how the year went, I ended it on a high note”?