It’s starting to feel like Autumn now isn’t it? It can be harder to motivate yourself when it’s a little bit chillier in the mornings or the darker evenings start to creep in, and it can be tempting to spend more time indoors. Unhealthy habits and behaviours can sneak up on us, so there’s even more reason to make sure you make time for you and the things that nourish and uplift you. So here’s a challenge for you.
Every day for the next week:
- Notice something to be grateful for.
- Have fun. Do something that lets your inner child out to play.
- Find time to do something that’s just for you.
I’d love for you to share these in the Facebook group, and in fact if you join the group I’ll be able to share more with you and find out all about you too. You can join here
Autumn can be a time for changes as children start school or university, life returns to normal after the summer holidays and people set their intentions for the rest of the year. It seems to be a busy time for new projects too. When setting goals, make sure it’s something that really excites and inspires you. Otherwise you might find it hard to keep motivated and it will be too easy to give up.
So is there anything in particular you’re focusing on at the moment? What are your goals for the next few months? If you’ve downloaded any of my worksheets I’d also love to hear how you got on, and what came up for you. Remember that if I can help you with anything, you can book a free clarity call here.
Ruth Randall is a Life and Leadership Coach, and Team Development Specialist. Ruth works with teams to help them to build trust, develop strong working relationships, manage stress, and increase productivity and job satisfaction. She also coaches individual clients who want to make changes in their lives, careers and relationships.