Do you also need to bring your pulse down and step off the hamster wheel this summer?
Summer is here. Time for holidays. And, perhaps, for a self-loving ‘giving while growing’ check-up? 🌞
If you have read my books or attended one of my talks, you will have heard about fruit trees and all the wonderful things they can teach us.
Fruit trees have a pretty brilliant approach to life.
They flower, produce fruit, go into dormancy and then continue to grow, organically, the following year. They thrive because their existence is based on giving while growing. They follow their own rhythm and are not subject to any inner or outer demands to deliver constant peak performances.
This is precisely the approach that we need in order to thrive as human beings, employees and leaders.
We need rest and recuperation. From time to time.
If we ignore this need, we are going against nature.
Often, it is precisely when we allow ourselves to step off the hamster wheel, recuperate and test the water, if only briefly, that we can truly sense ourselves and become aware of what brings us joy and energy – also when the pace picks up again.
Summer holidays can be a perfect time for a ‘giving while growing’ check-up. Perhaps you’re ready for one this summer?
In my new blog post, you can read more about the importance of mental breathing spaces and breaks for our well-being. I also offer some pointers if you would like to bring your pulse down and get a little closer to yourself and your core.
You can read the blog post here:
>> We need breaks, breathing spaces and self-love to master giving while growing.
Would you like to know more about everything nature and our own bodies can teach us about well-being, balance and meaning? If you do, my book The Fruit-Tree Strategy offers meaningful summer reading.
You can read more about it on my page here. And order it by sending me an email with your postal address. Costs incl postage: 70€
Best wishes for a beautiful summer that gives you a chance to slow down and find self-loving calm and time for reflection.
Many warm regards,