Wednesday Wellness: Growth

by Feb 24, 2021

You’re midway through the week! As you proceed through your day, consider how all of your previous experiences have culminated in your present, and let them propel you onward through the rest of your week–and beyond. And to find inspiration for the best direction for your future growth, you can always look to the strengths around you. Today’s affirmations build upon these foundations:



Stepping outside your comfort zone, thinking outside the box, is a task made easier in community. Especially your workplace community! Your colleagues and your employers are always available as sources of both guidance and inspiration. Lean into the unknown. Embrace each chance to strengthen every area of opportunity you might possess within your professional environment. And check out our blog again tomorrow for even more ways to blossom.


Image retrieved from Pixabay under the public domain.


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