As we leave the cold winter months and head into spring, it’s important to take some time to reflect on what we want to achieve in the coming months. I was in the car yesterday listening to Jim Rohn talk about the four seasons and felt motivated and inspired.
Spring is a time for investing, planting, and preparing for the summer and fall ahead. In the summer, we need to protect what we’ve planted, and in the fall, we’ll be able to reap the rewards of our hard work.
But it’s not just about reaping the rewards, it’s about the process of planting, preparing, and protecting. It’s about taking action and being intentional about what we want to achieve. As Rohn reminds us, “if you aren’t prepared to harvest in the fall, you need to be prepared to beg for help.” In other words, we can’t just sit back and hope for the best. We need to take action now if we want to see results in the future.
So, what have you planted lately? Have you thought about what you want to achieve in the coming months and what you need to do to make it happen? As Rohn suggests, now is the perfect time to plant. It’s time to start thinking about what we want to reap in the fall and taking action to make it happen.
Of course, it’s not enough to just make a list of things to do. We need to actually take action and focus on what’s important. As Rohn reminds us, “making lists about what to plant produces nothing.”
We need to be intentional about what we plant and take action to fulfill our plan for a rich harvest.
If you’re not sure where to start, don’t be afraid to ask for help. Whether it’s reaching out to a friend, a mentor, or a colleague, sometimes we all need a little extra support to get started. And if you’re excited about what you’ve planted and what you’re working on, share it with others. Not only will it help keep you accountable, but it may also inspire others to take action and plant something in their own garden.
As we head into the spring months, take time to reflect on what you want to achieve and what you need to do to make it happen. Plant something today and start taking steps towards your objective. Who knows what you’ll be able to harvest in the fall?