Humility is noticeable whenever you enter a season, but it’s magnified whenever you exit one. Great arrivals and seasons are often overshadowed and forgotten because of terrible or mediocre exits.
People don’t always remember why or when you left a season but they most often remember how you left it. Our exits speak louder than our entrances.
It will always serve you and your reputation well, to think selflessly and strategically about the transitional seasons in your life. You don’t get do overs. Though God may move you, its people who you effect and it’s people we are called to love, to serve and to them we model Christ. Aim to be a bridge builder not a bridge burner. If not for your reputation, then certainly for His.