What if instead of searching for purpose and meaning in our lives, we made the decision to turn up to what we already get to do WITH purpose? Might we find that “purpose and meaning” have been with us the whole time? Not something far off, yet to be discovered. Instead, just waiting to be … Continue reading What’s my purpose?
This week I started back at work after a 3-week restful staycation. My inbox was overflowing … As I sat at my desk, replying to email after email, it dawned on me that I was treating my customers as “things" to get done, boxes to tick. I was so busy being busy that personalized care … Continue reading Generosity
What the world Deedes now…
Searching for meaning and purpose can feel like chasing a rabbit’s tail, something ahead of us, just out of reach. We might think it will come from a bigger house, a prestigious job title, or some other measure-able view-able. In the book, Enough: Unlock a life of abundance starting right where you are, author Jeremy … Continue reading What the world Deedes now…
… a way to [L]earn a living
Here’s a helpful way to reframe working for someone else. Where else can you get hands-on experience in an industry?Where you are immersed in their operations, procedures, and policies?Where you are privy to their valuable and hard-worked-for IP?Where you gain insight and knowledge from people with years of relevant trade/industry experience? Without paying a cent.And … Continue reading … a way to [L]earn a living
Each of you must make up your own mind about how much to give. But don’t feel sorry that you must give and don’t feel that you are forced to give. God loves people who love to give. 2 Corinthians 9:7 CEV Serving is giving. Your skills. Your effort. Your time. Are you are cheerful … Continue reading Double portion
Showing up is the shortcut - is my new mantra, courtesy of this wonderful post by Bernadette Jiwa. When we think of shortcuts we generally think of something that takes less time and effort. There's a sense that the shortcut will save us something or fast-track us along. In contrast, when I think of showing … Continue reading Showing up