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Let me explain what I am sharing in this book.  For the past 10 years, I designed various tools to help people be at peace with their relationship with work.  Then, I took the most successful of those tools and crafted them into The Work Relationship Healing Process that I’m sharing with you today. I...
April 6, 2019
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Let me explain what I am sharing in this book.  For the past 10 years, I designed various tools to help people be at peace with their relationship with work.  Then, I took the most successful of those tools and crafted them into The Work Relationship Healing Process that I’m sharing with you today. I...

April 6, 2019
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I promised you a journey from the dark into the light. Right now, we need to spend a little bit more time in the darkness. In this next section, we are going to take a deep dive into our pain. Though John Mellencamp sang that it “hurts so good” when it comes to love, when...

April 6, 2019
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Next, let’s examine the feeling of powerlessness. Powerlessness is the sense that you cannot change a circumstance in your life. It feels like you don’t have the ability to influence your direction. It is the feeling that others around you have more power and influence over your life than you do. When we experience a...

April 6, 2019
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We have looked at feelings that negatively impact our relationship with work. Feelings of oppression, powerlessness, hopelessness, boredom, and doubt. But these feelings didn’t fall out of the sky and bonk us on the head. They didn’t just pop up out of nowhere. They aren’t communicable. They have a root. They have a trigger. In...

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For the remaining three Culprits, I refer to them as the “Lack Trifecta”. These Culprits represent areas of lack in our relationship with work that bring terrible pain with them. Let me tell you a bit about what I mean by lack. Lack is the “absence of something needed.” As I have said, we need...

April 6, 2019
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The third element in a healthy relationship with work is Fulfillment. Years ago, when I was still working in the staffing industry before I transitioned into coaching, I began to lead “Healing Your Relationship with Work” seminars covering the same principles I’m sharing with you today. When I started down this path, I was terrified...

April 6, 2019
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Let’s review our journey thus far. We have spent the necessary time identifying the Culprits that are damaging our relationship with work. We examined the feelings that manifest from a damaged relationship with work. We spent time reviewing the elements that create healthy relationships with work. Along the way, we stopped to answer questions in...

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