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After a long and busy winter, the spring provides us with the opportunity to start fresh with new beginnings. Blooming flowers, stronger sunlight, and the reinvigoration of our natural surroundings may put some extra pep in your step, encouraging you to feel much more inspired and motivated to achieve your personal and professional goals. This sunnier season is the optimal time to focus on your growth and transformation, embrace positive change, and take steps toward strengthening your overall well-being. 

To help you take advantage of this time of renewal, we’ve put together some ways you can harness change and embrace that big spring energy. 

Welcome change 

They say that the only constant in life is change. This is why it’s important that you learn ways to adjust and shift your mindset from fearing change to embracing change, as this encourages development. Know that most people feel uncomfortable with change, but over time, these feelings become less and less. When change arises, acknowledge your feelings and how things are changing. Surrounding yourself with other individuals who welcome change and even speaking to a mentor can help you become better at welcoming change. 

Set goals 

Whether you’d like to call it a New Year’s Resolution or a goal for 2024, reflecting and selecting some personal and professional goals can ensure you start the year off with a bang! Be sure that the goals you set for yourself are attainable and achievable, as picking goals that are a little too optimistic could just set you up for disappointment. Measurable goals that are quantifiable will help you track your progress. For example, if you want to grow your business in the coming year, be specific and ask yourself, “What does this growth look like for you?” Try to come up with some numbers and a timeline that you can reference along your journey. 

Get your energy from the daylight. 

In the winter, we’re cooped up inside, which means you’re likely deprived of vitamin D. Spring promises longer days and more sunlight, providing the perfect opportunity to get outside and take advantage of the healing powers of nature. Going for a forest walk, soaking up the sun in a green space, or even meditating in a nearby park can benefit your mood and make you feel grounded. Instead of going to the mall on your lunch break when it’s sunny outside, consider packing a change of footwear and going for a short walk. You’ll return to your desk feeling refreshed and refocused.

Make time for self-care 

There’s a good chance the winter season had you feeling down, so if you were struggling with seasonal depression or the post-holiday blues, spring is a great time to refocus on your mental health. If you’re not prioritizing your own mental well-being, it’ll be difficult to function in other areas of your life, whether that be personal or professional. It’s hard to care for others when you aren’t properly caring for yourself. Instead of working yourself silly, even though we love and applaud a hardworking sis, think about doing a few things each day that bring you joy. Self-care looks different for everyone. But setting some time aside to go for a leisurely walk after grabbing a specialty coffee or ordering in and watching an episode of your favorite television show can go a long way. 

To unleash your true potential and make strides toward becoming the person you’ve always dreamt of being, attend Becoming Truly You: The Ascension. Tickets for the 2-day conference can be purchased here. Payment plans are available. 

We are also looking for speakers and vendors for the event, so if you’d like to participate, please get in touch with us today and email us at letsconnect@theezeragency.com!


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