Taking the Leap

In Uncategorized on March 1, 2016 by mstevensrev

Fetteren min stuper fra hyttegavlen, men hvor lander han?

Did you miss the excitement around leap year? My children didn’t for a large part of the day on Sunday we spent time talking about how special it was…and what if you had been born on this day…and were we going to have a treat to celebrate Leap Year the next day. Regardless I didn’t get it.

Then yesterday afternoon while looking through my newsfeed I saw that some companies were giving employees a day off to volunteer, and as usual some companies were using it as a marketing opportunity because we know it is hard for them just to do the right thing. While working out in the morning I was listening to Tim Ferris’ podcast where he interviews Seth Godin, Seth is a big influencer on me but I had not listen to him in a while and I mean years but hearing him talk reminded me of why his words transform me. So last night I read his blog, A whole year? Yes, a whole year for leaping.


It hit me, I had taken a leap yesterday without even realizing it. Yesterday was more significant to me then my reflection/resolutions at the beginning of the year, because I leaped. This year is one of change for me, I’m taking on new challenges and yesterday without any consciousness of Leap Year I had plunged into the deep in. Taking on my new responsibilities and goal with a focus and a hopefulness. Here is just a bit of what I’m dealing with:

  1. Transitioning a role to a coworker with strengths that make her perfect to lead.
  2. Focusing full time in business development, my strength and passion.
  3. A secret project that will likely launch in April with my current job that is something I have wanted to do for years.

So if you have not taken the leap yet this year I would encourage you to do it. Strangely the universe motivated me to do it yesterday, February 29th but I know the only significance in that may be that it motivated me to get back writing:)

Here is a link to a previous post with a picture of Seth Godin, Karin Stevens (wife) and me.


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