Ep 65 Ah, September. Not only does it usher in the birthdays of your two favorite podcasters, but for many (or just Jodi) it is also a time for fresh starts. And even if you don’t naturally feel this fresh start energy, there are ways to bring a...
Ah, September. Not only does it usher in the birthdays of your two favorite podcasters, but for many (or just Jodi) it is also a time for fresh starts. And even if you don’t naturally feel this fresh start energy, there are ways to bring a clean slate feeling into what you do.
Why is that important for business?
Fresh start energy can feel like a reboot, where you get to start with a (nearly) clean slate and bring some new energy to a project or business or client that had previously been missing. The baggage of past performance weighs less, and you get a chance to start anew.
But if you are like Eliot, and don’t naturally feel this energy, how do you inject some of that enthusiasm into your business and life?
You don’t have to join the Witness Protection program to feel like you have a bit of a clean slate. Even in most constrained situations, it is always a little possible to find that fresh start energy feeling, or to reinvigorate what’s going on. You just have to start recognizing the opportunities and perhaps even identify the rituals that exist when you do feel that energy. Those rituals don’t always have to follow the feeling – they can actually hack your brain into feeling a new burst of energy, and create the feeling.
How do you find your way towards this fresh start energy?
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