Category Archives: meaningful work

Discovering what matters to you- a possible recipe for spinning your wheels

Throughout my life, I’ve been engaged in the question, “What really matters?” trying to figure out, “What should I do with the rest of my life?” I’ve gone- from dentist to career consultant to wellness consultant to personal development trainer … Continue reading

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Your life will end- take on a game worth playing

Many of us are experiencing a yearning to awaken to our unique gifts and offer them in service to the world. We’re longing to finally feel fully alive from doing work that is both meaningful and financially sustainable. Especially for … Continue reading

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Meaningful Work- Is it discovered or created? Part 2

In my last post, I shared with you how I’ve been grappling with the notion of meaningful work within the framework of 2 questions: (1) What is meaningful work? and (2) Is it discovered or created? In this post, I … Continue reading

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Meaningful Work- is it discovered or created? Part 1

As of October 1, 2011, after 3 1/2 years, I disengaged from my role as a co-founder and content developer of www.happiness-after-midlife.com. It was a very rich and positive experience. I learned much about online marketing, numerous subjects related to … Continue reading

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