Tag: Meaningful Work

Are You Safe from Burnout? Probably Not.

The professional most at risk for burnout, is the one who thinks they are immune to it. As burnout scorches more ground, now claiming as many as 2 out of 3 professionals, every worker is effected, either directly or indirectly.

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Not Feeling Goals-y? Me Neither

Here’s Why It’s Okay–Even Good–NOT to Make New Year’s Goals I feel like I’m walking into a church and announcing that I’m changing my religion. I’m about to make a case for NOT setting goals this year! I’ve always been

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5 Steps to Whole-A$$ Commitment

There’s a special kind of goal called a “commit or quit” goal. If you haven’t heard of this, that’s not surprising, because I made it up. I made it up because I noticed I was doing too many things half-assed:

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How, Why and When to Celebrate Yourself

Why celebrate? 3 good reasons: (1) Celebration is a way of honoring and appreciating the good things that come your way, (2) Celebration creates more of a good thing, and (3) Celebration makes life more fun! If you’re not that

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Trust Your “GPS”– 5 Growth Path Signals for Discovering True You

When you were young, soft and psychologically pliable, you were probably shoved into various conformation machines (family, school, work) designed to mitigate your uniqueness. Uniformity, for the sake of being controlled, was paramount. Fitting-in was rewarded. Differences were buffed out

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