August comes from the Latin word Augustus, meaning “consecrated” or “venerable,” which in turn is related to the Latin augur, meaning “consecrated by augury” or “auspicious.”
I cannot deny that even though there have been trials, it has always led to something greater – I am not usually a ‘woo’ kind of person, but when the universe speaks, again and again, you cannot help but sit up again and again and listen.
I find it true from personal to working with our clients, seeing how their systems are thriving, and how our annual PDC is about to begin. We ran around doing last minute things with excited participants to ensure that it is all ready, from handouts, materials, textbooks, template updated and venues organised. It is by far not just the most significant but most exciting journey of the year.
Also, with spring only a month away, it is time to prepare, sharpen the tools and prepare for the season’s beauty.
Our motto is about Making it Real. Making it real is not going to be easy, but like all things of value, it will be worth it.
So, we ask you. How are you going to make it real?
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