A Wild New Work: Navigating Career Transitions as a Highly Sensitive Person

A Wild New Work: Navigating Career Transitions as a Highly Sensitive Person

A Wild New Work Podcast: Ecological Guidance for Your Career is a monthly podcast which covers the major themes at play for us at work and it’s designed to support you in taking intentional, wise, soul-centered action in your career, all based on the rhythms of Nature.

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Your Sun Sign and Professional Strengths

Your Sun Sign and Professional Strengths

Elizabeth Rose Campbell writes in her book Intuitive Astrology, “the Sun’s placement in your birthchart symbolizes the optimal expression of your true center.” When we express the traits of our Sun sign in a healthy way, we have a balanced and functional ego, which ensures that we remain in the center of our own lives.

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A Wild New Work Podcast: Healthy Flow in Our Careers

A Wild New Work Podcast: Healthy Flow in Our Careers

A Wild New Work Podcast: Ecological Guidance for Your Career is a monthly podcast which covers the major themes at play for us at work and it’s designed to support you in taking intentional, wise, soul-centered action in your career, all based on the rhythms of Nature.

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A Wild New Work Podcast: Ecological Guidance for Your Career

A Wild New Work Podcast: Ecological Guidance for Your Career

A Wild New Work Podcast: Ecological Guidance for Your Career is a monthly podcast which covers the major themes at play for us at work and it’s designed to support you in taking intentional, wise, soul-centered action in your career.

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June: Intuitive Musings for Your Worklife

June: Intuitive Musings for Your Worklife

Welcome to “Intuitive Musings for Your Worklife!” This monthly podcast covers the major themes at play for us in the month of June, and it’s designed to support you in taking intentional, wise, soul-centered action in your career.

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Where to Find the Antidote to Your Pain: Lessons from "sting and relief" relationships in Nature

Where to Find the Antidote to Your Pain: Lessons from "sting and relief" relationships in Nature

When I was in high school, I got poison ivy on my face. In my eye, to be exact, and it was so bad that my eye was swollen shut for three days. Being extremely image-conscious (it’s high school, after all), I was mort.i.fied. that my mom still made me go to school. Because not only was my eye swollen shut, the whole area was covered by a raised, red, sometimes yellow-y rash. It was painful, itchy, and it certainly wasn’t drawing the kind of attention I wanted to get from the cuties on the soccer team.

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Why a Business Case for Employee Engagement Misses the Point

Why a Business Case for Employee Engagement Misses the Point

Have you heard of something called “ecosystem services”? I looked it up after listening to a podcast episode recently in which the man being interviewed, Jeremy Lent, was talking about how dangerous this concept has become.

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12 Ways to Create a Brighter Future of Work, Today

12 Ways to Create a Brighter Future of Work, Today

A practice that has really enlivened my work is to attempt to tap into what is happening for my community (if you’re reading this, that’s you) on a collective level. Too often, our personal development strategies are created in isolation when actually, many of us are experiencing and working toward similar visions of a brighter future.

So when I sat down to compose this missive, I wondered, “what are we all experiencing right now?” And, “What are we collectively working toward?”

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Now Is a Time to Just Keep Going

Now Is a Time to Just Keep Going

The first Equinox of the year is just a week away, and soon we will be in Spring’s effervescent, bubbly midst. Colors will delight our eyes, the air will warm around us, and we’ll be witness to the Earth’s fertility.

But we’re not there yet. And actually, even after the Equinox, it will still be weeks (or months depending on where you live) until Spring is in her full glory.

What’s different about this period of waiting is that we’re receiving signs that Spring will be here.

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