Purpose Through Enthusiasm

In A New Earth, author Eckhart Tolle shares three modalities of Awakened doing. These three modalities are acceptance, enjoyment and enthusiasm. Tolle describes each of these modalities as representing a certain vibrational frequency of consciousness.

In this episode we’re concluding our discussion with enthusiasm. This is the cumulative result of deep enjoyment and vision. Enthusiasm enlightens us to the true definition of being passionate about our work.

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Purpose Through Acceptance

In “A New Earth”, Eckhart Tolle shares three modalities of Awakened doing. These three modalities are acceptance, enjoyment and enthusiasm. Each of these modalities represents a certain vibrational frequency of consciousness. For the next three weeks we’ll be unpacking these modalities and their vibrational frequency.

In this episode we’re beginning with acceptance, which encompasses all that you cannot enjoy. This modality brings reason and clarity to circumstances required of us despite the lackluster.

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The Downsizing Default

The U.S. economy saw unemployment go from a historic low of 3.5% to a historic high of 14.7% and down to 6.7% in a matter of months. One of the primary drivers behind the increase was a common decision to downsize in crisis. Downsizing is a logical HR strategy designed for use to navigate challenging times as a last case scenario rather than default go to.

In this episode of The HRart Rise Morning Show, we’re chatting the significance of Workforce Planning plus the consequences if we do not embrace this strategic side of HR!

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When You Have Nothing Left

It appears our survival brain took over in 2020 with HR holding on convinced that 2021 had to be better. However, the obstacles we are currently navigating require a marathon mentality. Instead many engaged in a 2020 sprint and now find themselves with nothing left. Days are filled by simply going through the motions. Strategic and visionary discussions seem impossible, because you are just too tired.

In this episode of The HRart Rise Morning Show, we’re chatting about restoration. How do we recover from pushing ourselves too far? How do we return to the practitioner we once were? How do we continue to show up, when we have nothing left?

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Being an Empath and Working in HR

Empathy is on the rise as the newest corporate buzzword, it’s adding a new dynamic to our current cultural conversation. Employees are expecting their employers to understand how they are feeling about work and life overall. We are seeing an increase in job seekers desiring a workplace that cares. This shift has created a prime opportunity for us to utilize our empathic skills in the workplace. I began my HR career in the dark of my empathic skillset. For years I worked to shut this skillset off because of its powerful capacity to become a pathway for toxins into my own body.

In this episode of The HRart Rise Morning Show, we’re chatting about being an empath in the workplace. Let’s talk more about how to strengthen this skillset, use it as well as protect ourselves while being of service.

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Being Bold

When I began my professional career my aim was to blend in: a reasonable goal for a true introvert at heart. However, this year I have found myself with an unstoppable push to be bold. The force nudging me forward is one that I have been unable to deny. In fact, I believe this force has been here for decades in my lifetime building in the background. What we resist indeed does persist. In this episode of The HRart Rise Morning Show, we’re chatting about what it feels like to be bold as I share my journey to the official launch of The HRart Center.

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On the Fence of Change

To change or not to change – that is the question.

Being a catalyst of change is an intentional daily decision. A decision that can only be affirmed and sustained when it’s backed by realistic expectations of ourselves. As the visionaries of change we can easily get lost in the magnitude of work that needs done. We confuse our mission for creating the ultimate resolution while massively diminishing the work needed to begin the movement necessary to initiate change. This is the work we are called to do, it is the nature of this work that keeps us walking the fence. We’re chatting about how to shift our perspective as a powerful change worker on this episode of The HRart Rise Morning Show.

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Persistence

To persist is to resist traveling down the path we know well. It is trusting as we steadily step into the unknown bit by bit.

“To die for an idea is the easiest way. To live for an idea day by day, year by year is the hardest.” – Janusz Korczak

We’re chatting about this and so much more, on this episode of The HRart Rise Morning Show.

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