Journey to the New Year: Staying Engaged

Categories: Leadership

galapagos stiltsYour wholeheartedness about your work is your job, and no one else’s. Your co-workers, colleagues, clients, and customers are not responsible for making you happy or even doing what you want them to do: perform, buy, collaborate. Your engagement and full focus in what you are doing belongs to you. There are times of Divine Discontent, and even darkness, where you must explore what you may discover you need (or don’t need) in order to move back into the light of full presence. Engagement is energy and rest, standing your ground and letting go. You are wholehearted in your work and life when you are fully, utterly present in it. What practices are you introducing or committing to that allow you to let go of what’s holding you back or keeping you down, so that you may fully expand and grow into the Good work, the Good life, that you deserve?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Libby Wagner
Author: Libby Wagner

Libby makes her home in a lovely West Seattle neighborhood in a house with turquoise walls and an amazing view of the Puget sound and Olympic mountains. A former Air Force “brat”, she continues to bounce from one corner of the world to the other, working with Fortune 500 clients, hopeful artists and authors, and aspiring entrepreneurs. She has a Master’s in Fine Arts and Poetry from Eastern Washington University where she also began working in the Writers in the Prison program.