Spring: Fresh Starts

Spring: Fresh Starts

“Every day is a fresh beginning, Every morning is the world made new.” – Sarah Chauncey Woolsey

Last week I mentioned that my son views The Masters Golf Championship as the official start of spring.

For me, having been raised in the Christian faith, it has always been Easter.

As a child I remember wearing a pretty dress and a little hat to go to church after hunting for eggs.

I still associate spring flowers—daffodils and tulips and crocuses—with Easter and new life and fresh starts. (And, of course, chocolate.)

So, I offer for your Monday Morning Message this week some thoughts on those ideas, some things to ponder as you head back to your lives after a holiday weekend.

Because spring is here, and with it, countless opportunities for new beginnings.

“New beginnings are often disguised as painful endings.” – Lao Tzu

“Forgiveness says you are given another chance to make a new beginning.”— Desmond Tutu 

“No one can ever take your memories from you; each day is a new beginning, make good memories every day.” –Catherine Pulsifer

“Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.” – Martin Luther King Jr. 

“Although no one can go back and make a brand-new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand-new ending.” – Carl Bard 

“Every moment is a fresh beginning.” — T.S. Eliot

Stay connected with our Monday Morning Message

Cynthia Barlow

Founder Cynthia Barlow

Facilitator, Author, Coach

Helping businesses build their people

When your people have the skills to communicate more effectively, they can connect more easily and collaborate more productively. Not only on the job, but also in life.

Communication, Connection, and Collaboration—the three “C’s”—are the cornerstones of all successful businesses. They are the result of Emotional Intelligence in action.

More details can be found in my recent best seller with co-author Jennifer Eggers:
Resilience: It’s Not About Bouncing Back

The power of resilience within organizations and can transform an average company into a powerhouse. Yet, even in times of rapid disruptive change, there is no manual for building resilient organizations. This book is that manual.

“If you  want to build more resilience intentionally—personally and professionally—read this book.”
Fran Karamousis, Chief  of Research, Gartner


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