In last week’s Friday Finale, I shared that this is a tricky number of days on the calendar.
And I’ve heard from scores of you that this has been true for you as well.
You’ve also shared the beautiful ways you have dealt with your griefs and I have been truly grateful. In fact, some of your ideas have found their way into MY ways of navigating the grief.
I’ve been stress-testing the strategies I mentioned in last week’s Friday Finale:
Forging new traditions.
Plans to review investment and philanthropic strategies.
Assembling the Cast.
Asking for what I need.
Focusing on more of more and less on less.
As I type this, it’s December 27. The day my Mom passed in 2004. And the day my father signed over Power of Attorney to me in 2017.
Tricky, to be sure.
Also physically tricky as I’ve sprained my middle finger (metaphor for much of 2018, perhaps.)
So I’ve opted to shoot you a video for my accountability check-in (run time: approximately 15 minutes).
As you release that which needs to be released from 2018 and welcome in the new of 2019, I wish you more of what you wish more of and less of what you wish less of. And invite you to pay attention to what is receiving the gift of said precious and finite attention.
I've got some big plans for 2019 that I can’t wait to share with you, so I’ll see you on the other side of 2018, mmkay?