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The Mockingbird Solution to Blocked Creativity

Though humans are born with the potential to be far more creative than mockingbirds, the high creativity that bubbles in us as five-year-olds is mostly repressed by the end of second grade. One of the easiest ways to recover that creativity and develop it is to imitate the mockingbird. Here are 8 tips for how to do that — to enrich your life and workl

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For Inspiration for Work and Life, Walk in the Woods

Because the power to be visionary is loaded in our DNA, it’s possible to have a compelling vision for life and work any time, anywhere. But there’s no more natural visioning time than fall, when nature itself is gloriously transforming; no better visioning exercise than a walk in the woods.

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If Lawyers Can Thrive by Meditating at Work, Anyone Can

Need some proof that meditation and other spiritual practices are useful, not flakey at work? Need REALLY PRACTICAL stuff like how to get through everyday challenges like too much to do, too little time, too little appreciation or support? Look no further than the legal field.

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Mother Theresa – A True and Authentic Sales Model

Mother Theresa offers a model for selling as spiritual practice — especially compassion, combined with clarity and commitment, in service to others — says Carol Costello, author of “The Soul of Selling.” Here are some tips.

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Seven Good Reasons For Thinking About Work When You’re On Vacation

It’s as if, while on vacation, you turn off your inner radio station that won’t shut up with the negative self-talk. Instead, you’re more receptive to the quieter, more profound messages from your heart and soul.

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The Work of Our Life; The Life of Our Work

If you think of work as only the means to earning money, you’re missing work at its best — like work with meaning, work with joy, work that stretches your talents, engages your body and spirit as well as your mind, and sends you home inspired by deeper connections with other humans and the earth. And if you think of work as something that ends when the official workday ends or when you retire, you’re not considering how rich the work of our lives is.

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Let’s Preserve the Senior Citizen Generation Gap: Lifework Guest Post by Tom Ratcliff

Work to my Dad was his spiritual tonic. He was more in touch with Life when he was building or repairing something. He also enjoyed helping a neighbor, friend or even a stranger who wasn’t as skilled as him. Dad never, ever bragged about his accomplishments. He simply was a “doer” and not a talker. If something needed done he did it.

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What Ethical Entrepreneurs and Jobseekers Can Learn from Successful Bankrobbers

But what if you could turn the outrageousness of the bankrobbing strategies into a catalyst for absolutely ethical client-building or job-finding strategies? Here’s one set of tips you could discover with quick brainstorming questions.

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For Miraculous Purpose-Finding and Marketing Inspiration, See Trader Joe’s Tissues

You can learn much of what you need to know about purpose-finding and marketing strategy from a 99 cent box of Trader Joe’s tissue.

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Inspiration for Work and Life from Olympians By Guest Blogger Kimberly Weichel

The Olympics are about so much more than winning or the feelings that go into it. For me it’s about doing one’s very best after many years of focused practice and extreme dedication. It’s about the ability to be centered enough to perform at one’s peak in front of the world watching. It’s about the drive and passion to be the best we can be at something and going after it. It’s about the ability to perform with precision despite any pain or obstacles that get in the way. And these lessons are applicable to all of us, including the spiritual practices that we can bring to our work, money and other important matters.

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