December 19, 2022

What does an Alchemist do at Christmas?

a man and a woman in front of Christmas lights handing over a gift

At Christmas, our thoughts turn to others.

What do they want?

What could we give them?

How can we make this time special for them?

Who else could we include in some way?

As I write these, it occurs to me that these would be good sentiments for any time of year on any occasion, not just for Christmas.

If you thought this way all year, how would that change things?

What if you did the opposite? What would that do?

It’s your choice. How do you want to show up in the relationships you have with others?

How do you want to be seen, and remembered?

We send our very best wishes to you and your families.

Paul and the team at People Alchemy

Paul Matthews

CEO and Founder of People Alchemy

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