Passionate Detachment

It has become the newest trend to be happy. Are we directing our energy and efforts to create the business and life that will truly make us feel that deep contentment that comes from a meaningful and purposeful life? Or, are you trapped in chasing the next spike of endorphin filled non-sustaining ‘happy’? And, what causes us to feel not happy? The answer might just lay in our expectations…. ?! Here’s one of my favorite life hacks to a passionate and high EQ life of contentment. Listen in to a short PassionTalk on Passionate Detachment.  

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Here’s Why The Best Leaders Focus On Personal Growth

It is our highest purpose as human beings to live with focused commitment to our inner growth. We create eudaimonic contentment (i.e., deep, sustained contentment) when we forego immediate pleasures—such as the next shiny object (materialism, workaholism, sex, drug etc). ‘Eudaimonia’ is a Greek word associated with Aristotle and often mistranslated as ‘happiness’—which has contributed to misunderstandings about what happiness is. Some experts say Aristotle meant ‘well-being’ when he wrote that humans can attain eudaimonia by fulfilling their potential(WSJ).” This article interview explores how you create a deep level of contentment and fulfillment for yourself in your business life.

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Become a whole person in your business life

An executive client of mine based in Boulder, CO USA hired a business resume-building expert to help with the next phase of developing her Curriculum Vitae. When my client brought me in on the issue, she had just received the first draft back from the business resume strategist, and she just wasn’t feeling seen in the writing on the page. Most of her business credentials were there, and from that perspective, she was positioned in a highly competent light. She couldn’t put her finger on what was missing. After a Conscious Leadership executive session with me, and with her key desire being to connect with more passion and purpose in her business life, she asked me to take a look at the CV,… Read more »

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Happiness is a Choice - and an Action

By Sandja Brügmann, The Passion Institute, published in Organic Spa Magazine. It’s unique to each of us, what makes us happy. While it may seem simple to figure out, many people are so inundated with the daily demands of life that they have lost a connection to themselves—and when asked what makes them happy, they can’t quite answer. For instance, I recently asked a friend what she does to nurture herself. With a perplexed expression she looked at me and said, “I am a mom. I don’t have time to take care of myself.” In addition to being a mother, this same person is a highly successful business owner whose marketing agency has happened to have won numerous, prestigious awards… Read more »

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Spiritually bankrupt in your work life?

Last week, I received an email from an old colleague of mine. We used to work together more than 15 years ago at a large growing mindful company publicly traded on NASDAQ. Back then she was in trade marketing, and I was on the consumer marketing side. The title of her email to me was “Spiritually bankrupt.”  “There must be something more than this ….” Today she is 40 years old. She has had a good career. Been there and done that. Made money for everyone else but herself, and she feels tired. “Not to complain,” she writes, “I’ve led a good life, but there has to be something more…. ” This woman is very bright. Hard-working. Creates results. Goes all… Read more »

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Happiness is a Choice – and an Action

It’s unique to each of us, what makes us happy. While it may seem simple to figure out, many people are so inundated with the daily demands of life that they have lost a connection to themselves – and when asked what makes them happy, they can’t quite answer.

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Are you in pursuit of happiness and fulfillment? Get yo...

A short 4 minute inspiration video on how perfection might be sabotaging your desire for happiness and building your passion & purpose based business.

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