Be All You Can Be & Greatness http://rictownsend.blogspot.com/2012/06/all-you-can-be-greatness.html A new twist? #orglearn #careersuccess
Seeing as I have lived the extreme version of religion and have turned my brain over to its leader’s to validate and direct (for a time) and then mustered up the courage to leave (stay tuned for the memoir), I have something to say regarding the differences between spirituality and religion. And they are most definitely not the same thing.
Here is a bit of what I have learned and five indications your spirituality could be in danger:
1. If you think filling a religious to do list will make you happy and/or more spiritual.
Your religious to-do lists could benefit your life, but they also have the potential for stress and anxiety. If you find yourself constantly comparing yourself to others, instead of genuinely enjoying the task at hand, your spirituality is compromised.
Lists can help us achieve goals and fulfill dreams; but only when our ‘doing’ is…
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Accuracy and attention to detail still counts!
Q. As a candidate for a new job, I need to complete applications and submit resumes. Why do I need to do both, and how accurate do they need to be? I have been working for many years. Some titles, dates and other information might be approximates. Do you see any issues?
A. Issues galore! The accuracy, or inaccuracy, of resume or application information has derailed many careers, some privately and others with great public discussion.
Who is responsible for the veracity of information and materials you provide about yourself? The same way candidates now have to say “I am so and so and I approved this message” – job seekers need to recognize that they are responsible for every bit of data they provide over the years about themselves. Excuses about resume errors like a typo by an administrative person, or a change by a search firm are not…
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