Weekday Wisdom Episode 81 Is it time for some pruning in your life and/or business? Read on to discover my thoughts on this topic and why it has been on my mind. Over the weekend — actually over the last two weeks — I’ve been going through this pruning process, […]
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“I suppose in the end, the whole of life becomes an act of letting go, but what always hurts the most is not taking a moment to say good-bye.”
~ Irrfan Khan as Pi from Life of Pi, screen play written by David Magee based on the novel by Yann Martel
What this quote means to business:
Today is Christmas … a day I strongly associate with family. And, as you read this I’m spending the day with the only family member I have left, my Mom.
Growing up, the holidays were all about going to Abuelos’ house. Gramma would fill her house in San Francisco with the smells of her wonderful cooking … and I’ll always remember the aroma of love that filled the place.
The Christmas process was this: Christmas Eve, open gifts from family and friends. Christmas morning, discover what Santa brought. Christmas afternoon, dinner at Abuela’s house.
Grandma died in 1984 and the holidays have never been the same. I wasn’t able to say a proper good-bye because she died the day I left on my journey to be an exchange student in England. By the time I got there, I was practically deaf from crying so much on all the plane rides. It took me years before I could finally say good-bye on my own. But I did, and I received some relief and closure.