Fall in the Northern Hemisphere officially starts this evening.
If you’ve been to Starbucks or Costco in the last month, you’d have thought the season started a month ago. Not only do we have pumpkin lattes, but Halloween costumers and Xmas decorations abound as well. Trader Joes even has a pumpkin spice flavored non-dairy oat milk (!) on sale.
This year, Fall seems more relevant than ever. Kids are back in school (as opposed to online). Conferences and events are back in person, and the COVID pandemic has been declared officially over, according to President Biden.
All of that is good news (unless, of course, you are one of the people who manages to catch COVID now despite the fact it’s no longer considered to be a pandemic risk!).
But should we be content to let things fall back into place? How much effort should be put into trying to get back to some semblance of “normal”?
What if we look to create a better way of doing things instead? What if we consider not reimplementing some of the old ways of working and use our experience to devise more effective, more relevant habits and practices? What if we put extra focus on providing value to our customers and treating employees and suppliers with respect?
Rosh Hashonah, the Jewish New Year, starts on Sunday evening. You don’t have to be Jewish to consider changing up a little bit of something here and there to help make the world a little better. Now’s a great time to help good things fall into place for all of us.
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