Jason Howard Green

Jason Howard Green

Sunday, January 1, 2017

Let's Get It Started

So today is New Year's Day.  This is going to be a BIG year for me.  It will be a year of exceptional change.  Moving to New Hampshire has me both excited and a bit fearful.  New city!  New career!   After almost 20 years living in the desert of Phoenix, AZ, I will now be in the New England area.  It's an area rich in history so I'm excited about delving into the culture..  It's also an area that has a more liberal and progressive population than Arizona so I am looking forward to being around more like minded people.  But I am hesitant about the cold and snow.

Leaving Xerox after nearly 20 years also has me nervous, but it is something that really needed to happen.  I have not been happy for a few years now.  It is company that did many good things for me, but the joy ended some time ago.  It is not the same company I started with.  I hated the direction I saw the company going. But I was comfortable.  Very comfortable.  Not wanting to step outside of comfort zone is what allowed me to stay in a job that I was unhappy with for so long. 

So 2017 is going to be a year of tremendous transition.  However,  I am up to the challenge.  I will walk into this new chapter with enthusiasm knowing that I can conquer any obstacles that come my way.  I have a very support husband.  He will help me get through this.  "I am smart.  I am kind.  And I am impotent." I have been equipped with every tool needed to be successful.  So I welcome this new year, my new city, and I look forward to beginning a new career.  Bring it on 2017 cause I'm ready for you!

Romans 8:31 - "What shall we then say to these things?  If God is for us, who can be against us?" 

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