Your life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change. 

~Jim Rohn

As the New Year approaches, I have been doing a bit of reflecting. 

Well, that's a bit of an understatement... a lot of reflecting.

As of a week ago, I had my last day of my "job".

I am on my own as an independent business woman. 

I am not going to sit here and pretend I have it all figured out or even that I am not wondering if I did the right thing. 

Those thoughts can easily creep into my mind and create a feeling of slight anxiety that I quickly have to shut up! 

As I type the words above I can feel the ball of energy balling in my throat. 

Not because I do not believe in myself, my abilities or my future, because my comfort for what I had is GONE!

What I have created, which took me a while to see, is the strength within myself to change, let go and grow. 

Why is change so hard? 

Fear! 

Fear of the unknown, fear of not making it, fear of not being accepted, or fear of self worth. 

The list can go on and on. 

I have made...

Make your vision so clear that your fears become irrelevant.

~Unknown

There is something to be said about drifting off into a day-dream. 

Going so deep within your own self that the person speaking to you, is just a gentle breeze on the beach. 

All of a sudden their voice becomes a slight recognition and you gain knowledge of your whereabouts. 

"Kryssie... Hey Kryssie, you with us?" 

You come back to reality, and smile.

You have no idea where you were, how you put yourself into a deep state of nothing or wherever THAT was, it felt amazing.

About 2 years ago, I started researching what the top business owners were doing. 

I studied how they managed their culture, their teams, their companies in a whole, their every day lives. 

The one commonality of every single one of these successful beings was deep thinking, meditation, rituals of gratitude and clear visions.

These are top notch people like Oprah, the Richard Bransons' of the world, to Tony Robbins, to Richard Dolan and even Phil Town, who...

 I think as we grow older our Christmas list gets shorter, because the things we want can't be bought.

~Unknown

December 1st and decorations are being carefully placed all over workplaces around the world. 

Doors are being wrapped as if the manager is a gift to the corporation. 

Trees are being decorated by the leaders on the work floor. 

There are heads of reindeer antlers placed on the grills of vehicles. 

Santa hats, elf hats, Christmas ball earrings and even ugly sweaters are being warn all around us. 

Christmas lights brighten up that space where the over head light has been out for 6 months. 

You have that warm and fuzzy feeling, and every time someone passes an elf hat or an ugly sweater, they are smiling! 

Hell, even Betty and Marnie are getting along. 

It's like the work space is under a spell!

There is a worker who announces there will be a collection of non perishable food for a hamper to give to the women's shelter. 

Another colleague announces there will be a Christmas Dinner Gat...

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