Igniting the Spirit at Work: Daily Reflections (Hazelden by Marilyn Mason

By Marilyn Mason

Regulate. Jealousy. distrust. Intimidation. even supposing hardly famous as such, those behaviors will be significant occupational risks. while detrimental power pervades our office, productiveness and creativity are changed with isolation and lack of confidence. Cultivating own progress in one of these surroundings might be difficult, however it isn't really very unlikely. Uplifting day-by-day meditations from office psychologist Marilyn J. Mason guarantee us that-regardless of labor web site, wage, prestige, or activity title-we needn't sacrifice our religious wellbeing and fitness for our paintings existence.

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Do you know your company’s vision? Where do you want to be in ten years? Scott Adams, the cartoonist who created the popular “Dilbert” comic strip, said that he had a vision; he decided to become one of the top cartoonists in America. Artist Carole LaRoche recounts that when she left Boston as a housewife and moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico, she decided to declare herself an artist. Yes, Carole had had art training some years ago before her homemaking/parenting years, but when she came to Santa Fe, she decided that she was going to be an artist.

Do others shame you? Shame is that invisible dragon that creates the “internal hemorrhage” that flows through us; our self feels diminished and we feel unworthy as human beings. Years ago my family visited Universal Studios and saw how the murder scene in the film Psycho was created. When the offstage person tapped the keys on the typewriter-like machine, the chocolate “hemorrhage” began on the actor’s body. Shame is similar; someone (off our stage) says something to us or even gives a certain look or question.

E Just for today, I will allow myself to be human—I do not have to be perfect. If perfectionism surfaces, I will ask myself what shame is driving me. ” —Anonymous ave you ever wanted to lie about something? I recall when I was behind in turning over some of these pages to my editor. Some personal family issues had taken me from my writing, but that did not seem like a sufficient excuse. I could have called my editor earlier to explain the situation. Now I faced the deadline and realized I would not make it.

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