As longer days give rise to warmer temperatures, nature signals the farmer to prep the soil for this year’s crop. It’s time to weed the soil and purge anything that may inhibit the growth.

The farmer begins to till the soil and prep for planting the seeds.

As the farmer reviewed the stats from his crop last year, he was disappointed. With adverse conditions, extreme heat and less rain, last year’s crop grew to only 60% of its potential. His family had been growing this crop for decades. It was the same routine, process and easy to follow. Yet, one more year of this limited growth would put his family farm in jeopardy and suffer greatly. He didn’t want to burden his family with this.

As he went to sleep that night, he asked to be guided what to do next. What can be done differently?

He woke at 4:30am with a brilliant stream of information.

The farmer jumped out of bed, ran down the stairs, grabbed a paper towel and began scribbling down a series of information. After thirty minutes, he pieced together five paper towels with his newly created plan for his farm.

He let out a joyful sigh. This is brilliant! I can’t believe I didn’t think of this sooner. He didn’t berate himself, only to acknowledge there’s a great way forward.

Most people often wait until life sends chaos into our life to change.

Spring is a sense of renewal.

What’s working?

It is time to clear the weeds and rid yourself of anything that’s no longer working in your life, career, or relationships.

With cleared land, you can plant any seed you want. It’s your choice.

Spring is a sense of renewal.

The only question for you is, what does your heart want you to create and bring to fruition?

If you didn’t like how the crop grew last year, it’s up to you to change it.

Wishing you an abundant, joyful and prosperous day!

Lora Polowczuk
Chief Energy Officer
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