One of life’s often underrated, or worse undiscovered joys, grows from giving of your best ability in all that you undertake. Always doing your best in every endeavor leads to a singular spectacular sense of pride and satisfaction and to work that is full, precise, and worthy. Your work becomes an art form. Each small task, action or effort is a miraculous reflection of your art, because you invest time in mastering your strengths. This is something people who settle for good enough or half-done will never know. But you likely already do know (or could know) because you are smart busy person who strives to do your best and cannot afford to waste your time or squander your capacities.
You also know that life is not made of work alone, regardless of how important your work is (or your paycheck). You know that a full, well-formed life- one that is flourishing- is one where the things you love and the things you to do well come together. Where there is time and space for the real materials of your life so you cultivate your interests, identity and values in such a way they support rather than confound your work and the rest of your life. Of course this is easier said than done for many people. Maybe even you?
More and more people now define themselves by the nature or content of work they do within a profession (rather than their specific jobs or the company they work for) as well as the real materials of their lives (the people, activities and things that mater most to you). Personally I think this shift to grounding our identities in the whole of who we are and what we offer the world is wonderful. Binding our strongest connections with our families, friends and communities seems to be a much more human and healthy approach than perhaps the path we have wandered down over time. As wonderful, healthy and human as this shift is, it can be tricky and taxing to make- leaving you feeling as if you are swimming up-stream.
Yes, finding your way to on a more flourishing path is not without its challenges and frustrations. But I know I can help you move beyond these.
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I hope you not only enjoy the content but also truly benefit from it. Let me know how you use the information, tips and exercises in the report to start your shift from Chaos to Calm.