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The Gift of Learning This Thanksgiving

It’s incredible how time flies, isn’t it? Thanksgiving is upon us, marking the completion of 10+ months of the year. As we gather around tables filled with delicious food and the warmth of loved ones, it’s the perfect moment to reflect on what we’re truly thankful for.

In an ideal world, gratitude would be a daily practice, but let’s face it — life gets busy, and carving out time for reflection can be a challenge. Yet, when I pause to think about what I am thankful for, there is so much – family, friends, health, and overall safety that not everyone is fortunate enough to enjoy.

This season, the gift of learning is at the forefront of my mind. It’s a gift that has undergone its own evolution in my life. In college, my approach was simple: absorb information, pass the test, move on. However, somewhere along the way, curiosity kicked in, and my perspective shifted.

Now, I find myself in a delicate balance. There are moments when I have to consciously pull back, recognizing that I cannot absorb every book, podcast, article, or course that comes my way. But the idea of learning, gaining even just a single nugget of wisdom from each interaction, is hard to resist.

Speaking of learning, I’m excited to share that I’m offering a group coaching program called “The Human Hub: Purpose Driven.” Having been a part of several group coaching programs myself, I can attest to the immense value they bring. Just last week, I concluded a mastermind with women from the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan, and Australia — a truly global community.

This year, with all its twists and turns, has brought about big changes for me. The support and camaraderie from this diverse group of women have been nothing short of a blessing. We built a trust circle that was not only strong but remarkably fast-growing. As a solopreneur, navigating the entrepreneurial journey can be daunting, especially for an overthinker (me!). This group became my sounding board, providing real and honest feedback that transformed me into a more confident entrepreneur.

Now, as I embark on facilitating The Human Hub, my vision is clear. I hope it becomes a sanctuary of support, challenge, and continuous learning for each participant. My wish is for everyone to walk away not only with newfound knowledge but with connections that leave them wondering how they managed without them for so long.

As we approach Thanksgiving, I encourage you to take a moment to slow down and embrace something new. You never know where that small learning might lead you.

Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving filled with gratitude and meaningful connections.

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