I love the fall, not just the change of seasons, (ok that’s my east coast roots) but the thrill of new beginnings; the clean notebooks waiting for brilliance, the new books to be opened and the new friends to be made.  This is when my mother did the intensive fall cleaning, putting away summer clothes, curtains and spreads, and bringing out the serious winter things. I loved the change.  (I also liked the spring change of lifting the heavy mantles of winter and embracing the new growth of spring but that’s for another entry)

The Jewish New Year continues the feeling of new starts and reflection.  Unlike the secular New Year in January which is also a renewal, this one includes a fasting day.  It’s actually one of my favorite holidays.  Ok, 24 hours of fasting is not great but the intent is.  During that time we reflect on our lives during the past year; what we learned, who we lost, what worked, what needs to be changed and so on.  We make a commitment to do better in the next year.  We dip bread into sugar or honey and promise each other a sweet year.

The reflection includes my business as I have a few more days of 3rd quarter before the final stretch. I am reviewing what has worked and areas that need to be improved. I am looking at ways to grow and new products to offer. I am analyzing my marketing and the various revenue streams

What will you reflect on for your business?  What changes are you ready to make to move to the next level?  How can Training Solutions serve you to reach your next level?

L’Shana Tovah  May you and your loved ones be written in the book of life for the next year and may your life be sweet and filled with joy, health and abundance.