“Each problem has hidden in it an opportunity so powerful that it literally dwarfs the problem. The greatest success stories were created by people who recognized a problem and turned it into an opportunity.” ~ Joseph Sugarman
The entering of 2015 I must say did not greet me with the pomp and circumstance or hoopla that it does for others. For me, it was an opportunity to really contemplate my journey in 2014 to this appointed time now.
Dec 31st, 2014….. a major change occurred in my life, the parting of ways with a group that I had worked with for several years. As both parties went on separate paths, it made me think immediately what was next? Time had been freed up, energies to be directed toward other endeavors Instead of looking at the situation as bleak and missing something, I embraced it as the change in season, and greater things on the horizon.
Change is inevitable, but how we handle and embrace that change is what defines us as business owners, as artists, as unique individuals as well.