Punxsutawney Phil is the world’s smallest and furriest weather forecaster and February 2 is his day. Who forecasts your weather and life?
You may have never celebrated Groundhogs Day on February 2, but there is much to learn from them. What to learn from Groundhogs? They are excellent diggers, constructing a burrow with a main entrance and an escape tunnel.
If you are ready to move to the next level, dig and ask questions so you have information to create your own opinion of how to move forward; construct a plan and be flexible; and have an escape tunnel. Establishing a “Plan B” upfront will help you feel secure in your journey.
Start planning today to get your head out of the sand and take control. You are the one that must translate energy into superior performance. Take a stand and plan for what you want.
Groundhog Day grew out of a mainly German superstition that if a hibernating animal casts a shadow February 2 — the Christian holiday of Candlemas — winter will last another six weeks. If no shadow is seen, legend says spring will be early.
Like Phil, you are a unique resource. The lesson is to departmentalize your life to create success momentum and thrive.
Now start planning! Marsha