My Body

To My Body by Dawn Sully Pile, MA; CPCC This morning as I sat and thought about how I wanted to be with myself, setting all news and other posts aside to allow grounding, this is what showed up. Dear Body, A bit after 4 AM on a June day … Read More

If Talented in X, Consider Y

Do you feel that your talents and interests are not being used sufficiently? Is your job or lifestyle unfulfilling? Often we identify with our job title, or stay in a dead-end career because it’s easier to do that than chance the unknown. We limit ourselves to our title and don’t … Read More

How to Survive as an Xer at Work

Hello, Xers! You guys were latch-key kids, born between 1965 and 1980, and comprise the smallest of all generational cohort groups. You are self-reliant, independent, flexible, adaptable,  and want to work to live, not live to work. You don’t want empty praise – you want genuine respect for the value … Read More

Purpose Driven Companies Lead the Way

In light of climate change and increased natural disasters worldwide, many brands today have become focused on sustainability. They understand that businesses should be more concerned with people over profit, contributing to a viable society as compared to preoccupation with nuts-and-bolts of daily operations and profit. A united workforce is … Read More

POISED FOR PURPOSE

The big questions humans ask themselves at various points throughout life… Who am I? What should I choose to do going forward? What do I most enjoy? What will make me happy? Successful people start very young by knowing what they want to do. Others learn as teens, young adults, … Read More