Posts filed under: Joy and Flow at Work

Seek to strive for contentment? Doesn’t that make you lazy or stuck or not growing? In our culture where stressing and striving is rewarded and enough is never enough, can...
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To have joy and FLOW in your life, requires that you create space to breathe. These four tips will explain the importance of creating space and how to do it....
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I embrace being a late bloomer. It’s a term that was used a lot in schools when children weren’t maturing academically. Late bloomers can also mean when someone physically, emotionally,...
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Do you have a calling? According to my trusty, tattered Random House Dictionary, out of the many meanings for the word call, these two stood out: To cry out in...
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Without community, you can easily feel lost. A sense of belonging is a basic need that we have just as we need food and water. Not sharing our lives with...
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What is a masterpiece? Does Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, Monet’s Water Lilies, Michelangelo’s David sculpture and the Sistine Chapel, or Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh come to mind?...
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When you lay your head on pillow at night, how often do you find yourself thinking I didn’t get enough done, I have so much more to do tomorrow, or...
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You may not think much about finding joy in small things when you have bigger goals in mind. Take the usual bucket list. It’s filled with grand goals such as:...
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This post will describe what is flow and how to have it in scientific and spiritual forms. When you hear the word flow, you may think in terms of an...
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There is bring your son or daughter to work day, even bring your dog to work day, so how about a take your spirituality to work day…. and not just...
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