As I take time to reflect on the Jewish year that has passed, I am mindful of how grateful I am for my family, intentional personal growth, and leadership and Producktivity® skills. We believe at BSCorbett Consulting that family comes first. No matter how you define family, may the individuals that comprise your inner circle always be there for you during challenging times and for life celebrations. I am fortunate to be surrounded by so many good people, who genuinely care about me.
Celebrating Rosh Hashanah gives me the opportunity to reflect on the year that has passed and begin to think about what I want to move to action in the next year. I take the opportunity to count my blessings and dream of the possibilities for the future. Think of it as a rolling 12-15 month annual intentional growth plan. I have the benefit of asking for forgiveness during Yom Kippur and establishing how I can be the best me in the new year. On December 31, I will celebrate the end of the secular year 2016 and re-commit to my 2017 Move to Action Plan.
Wishing my colleagues, friends, and family who celebrate the Jewish New Year, a L’Shanah Tovah. May this be a sweet year of good health, happiness, peace, and prosperity. – Becky