… created as a yearly observance to help people celebrate and protect turtles and tortoises and their disappearing habitats around the world.
But what does it has to do with the Pistachio-Cassis Newsletter?
Well, the turtle represents quite a few values and strengths in different parts of the world:
Turtle symbolism and meanings include longevity, perseverance, steadfastness, protection, retreat, healing, tranquility, the Earth, and transformation – Kristen M. Stanton
Personally, I like the “perseverance” one, which reminds me of the fable of a race between a tortoise and a hare, where the tortoise, despite being much slower than the hare, still wins the race…
Because I may not be the most intelligent, the quickest, the most successful (career ladder-wise)… but I persevere following my own path, with its ups and downs, and many detours… but still taking me to a life that, overall, fulfills and satisfies me!
What’s your perspective?
- Do you prefer to be a tortoise or a hare?
- What are you right now?
- And if what you are now is not what you prefer to be, what’s one thing you can do right now to start becoming what you prefer to be?
Empower yourself - starting with holding yourself accountable…
About last week:
- Are you holding yourself accountable to do what you said you would do?
- If not, what’s missing that could help you hold yourself accountable?
About this week:
- What’s something you really, really want to try out?
- What’s one step you can do this week to start make this “something” a reality?
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To Your Success!
Christelle - Leadership Life Coach
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