The past is gone, so I focus on what is to come. I see my road map clearly when I shift my view to the road ahead of me.
When relationships end, it is sometimes sad, but I know that everything happens for a reason. Instead of sulking about the loss, I reassure myself that goodness is to come.
I believe that letting go of someone from the past makes room for a new relationship that is nurturing and fulfilling. Knowing this enables me to peacefully lay the past to rest. Anything that is meant for me is already on its way.
Changing jobs is difficult when I share a bond with my former employers. Part of me feels inclined to hold onto that bond, but I push myself to let go.
By choosing to close one chapter of my life, I open myself to new bonds with great potential. I see new opportunities clearly when I commit to wiping the slate clean and looking forward.
Although there are lessons to learn from past experiences, I avoid using them as the standard with which to measure future prospects. I keep an open mind.
Today, I believe that letting go of the past is the answer to finding something newer and more fulfilling. I release the familiar and bravely reach out for new experiences ahead.
What are some of the lessons that I take from past professional opportunities?
How do I know when something in front of me is worth my time?
How do I know when it is time to move on from a current situation?