No, I am neither late nor confused. I am refering to Rosh hashanah or the new year for Jewish observers.If you think about it, it makes a lot more sense than December 31. It is harvest, a natural time for thanksgiving and reflection. So I ask you, how was your harvest? Was it abundent? Was you crop infested with weeds and thistles? If you got the same crop next year, would you be filled with thanksgiving? If not, what are you going to do about it? To paraprase  Jack Canfield, are you joining the ain’t it awful club? I think you will admit, other than cancer and trainwrecks, we are resposnsible for the choices that brought us here. Ouch.. yes, it stings me as well sometimes, but if we are responsible, then we can change it. Take out a blank sheet of paper and write five results that are going to change next year, ten if you can, and what you are going to do to make these changes happen. And if you need coaching to make it happen, I happen to know a really amazing coach! Let me know if the process was helpful, till we chat again, Wayne]]>