Also, the ebbing and flowing of the tide reminds me of nature’s cycles and how in our lives there is an ebb and a flow to almost everything. A time when we are feeling energised and things are flowing for us and a time when we need to retreat and be more nurturing to gather the strength to bring a change into being. At the end of the year I always spend time with my clients reflecting on where they are at – everything they have achieved and experienced and considering what they are still looking to achieve and experience in the year ahead.
Your happy place could be a place you love to visit, a person you enjoy being with, a job you love to do, or even a feeling inside. I encourage you to spend just 15 minutes this new year thinking about your happy place and setting your intention to find it in 2019.
Finding my happy place in both work and life has given me the inspiration and the experience to work with others to do the same. What is your happy place? Where would you love to be in 2019? What do you want to feel, where do you want to go, what work would you love to do and what do you want to experience? Is this the year you are finally going to make that happen?