5 Principles for Inner Transformation at Work

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5 Principles for Inner Transformation at Work

Set me a task in which I can put something of my very self, and it is a task no longer; it is joy; it is art.

– Bliss Carman –

5 Principles for Inner Transformation at Work

“People go to work to sustain themselves and produce value in the world. Yet work environments can also be stressful, filled with challenging responsibilities and personalities, and feel misaligned with our most deeply cherished values. Instead of sustaining us, the workplace can sometimes feel simply draining, and at worst, unwholesome for both ourselves and the world…is there a path for heart and spirit to come alive through inner transformation at work?” This article delves into five principles that might help pave such a path. { read more }

Be The Change

This week, make an effort to align your external work in the world with your core inner values.

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