Seasons Of Success?
We all have seasons of success and seasons of failures in life and in business. Think about the transition from Winter to Summer and Summer to Winter.
Spring and Fall are those transitional seasons that a lot of us love, because of the amazing colors and fascination that nature provides for us. Yes, these are seasons where there is a little more rain and storms, but there are also a lot of things you can do and learn in these transitional seasons. New life comes into the world, fresh flowers are blooming, and the weather is slowly getting warmer in the Spring. During the fall, we start to get a relief from the heat, the leaves are starting to change and get colorful, and excitement is starting to rise for the holidays.
This happens in business and in life as well. There are times where life is colorful and things are changing in your favor, business is great, and you feel on top of the world or at least at the top of your game. There are also times where no matter what you try, business is slow, people lie and deceive you, and you feel like you've come all this way just for this disappointment.
I want to tell you to keep going! As a photographer, I know there are going to be times where the weather simply doesn't cooperate, but those are also sometimes the greatest opportunities for the most unique photos, because most people will hang the camera up and come back tomorrow at the perfect golden hours, when the sun is hitting the lake and everyone looks like they have a great tan! Not many people like to be in the storms of life, so they wait it out. Not me, and I hope you live for the storms as well!
I want to be an example to you, that no matter what storms come your way, it's an opportunity to become better and to push yourself to greatness, when society is sitting on the couch, waiting for it to stop raining.
Let's Go On An Adventure!
Find out how to make every season one that you can grow in and become your best self. I've written this book, because I've been through more stormy seasons than I can count, and it's the one thing I'm most grateful for!