Messages about job

Cheryl Richardson

Recently I received an e-mail from a reader who felt nervous about moving forward with a new, exciting job offer. She worried about how her life would be affected by making the transition from a healthy, more balanced lifestyle, to what she assumed would be a fast-paced, demanding schedule. 

Brenda Hoffman

Brenda Hoffman > New Job, New Role and Many Fears

Many of you remain frightened. So much has happened to you emotionally and physically in the past few months, weeks and days that you feel as if your nerves are outside your body. You may even feel as if one more incident, one more sliver of fear or pain will push you over the edge.

Neale Donald Walsch

Neale Donald Walsch > Stop Trying To Earn a Living

One of the things we have been looking at here is the experience that we call "work." What I am hoping to do here is put you in a position to make what you call "work" what you call "joy."

Neale Donald Walsch

Neale Donald Walsch > Never Work at a Job You Hate

This week we will continue our look at the Holy Experience and your work, or chief activity. I began this particular exploration last week by telling you that your life was never meant to be about "work." Not in the way that most people use the word.

Cheryl Richardson

Recently I received an e-mail from a reader who felt nervous about moving forward with a new, exciting job offer. She worried about how her life would be effected by making the transition from a healthy, more balanced lifestyle, to what she assumed would be a fast-paced, demanding schedule. My advice to her was simple – since you call the shots, play by new rules.