Why a Calling Versus a Purpose, Vision, or Mission?
Any mission-oriented organization and any values-led leadership team will emphasize the importance of a purpose and a mission.
These statements are important symbols in an organization. They help organize the ideas, efforts, and imagination of an organization towards a goal that is often inherently service oriented.
At Wayfinding, we emphasize the importance of a calling because to pursue a calling is to be in relationship with it. It asks us to be in tune with our embodied sensing as we navigate the internal and external signals that make...
Ready to Toss in the Towel at Work? Ask These Seven Questions Before You Do
"There has to be a way to do what I love, that has meaning, and still allows me to make a decent living"
We hear this craving for an integrated life almost daily from our Wayfinding community.
Over the last two years each of us have had plenty of time to ask, "what else might I want? how can I make a difference in the world and still make a living?"
Before you make the leap, changing jobs is a major transition. You can enter it with chaos and spin, or you...
The simplest answer to the title question is: it depends on you.
Intuition presents itself in a wide range of ways for me. In this article I’ll share examples of the sensations presented with leaders of innovation that I interviewed to give you a sense for what you too might be unknowingly experiencing in the workplace.
If there are skeptics in your life (or maybe it’s your own voice in your head) that says “it’s JUST a feeling” you’re not alone. The dominant culture many of us grow up in emphasize our use of intellect as the most valid...
Intuition is a source of power and I want to make it more accessible to leaders. As we practice living with our intuition we become more whole, as family members, as partners, as teammates and as whole human beings seeking to do good in the world.
I have been exploring the depths of intuition since 2017. Both academically as part of completing my Masters in Positive Psychology & Org Development at Weatherhead School of Management as well as in the field with client-leaders looking to transform culture and introduce more sensing-based capacities into their...
Meet Jimmy Chin. He’s a world-renowned National Geographic photographer that brings us into incredibly intimate relationship with mountainscapes from all around the world (*you should definitely follow JimmyChin)
Jimmy and I have something in common. We both know that questing is a privilege. These are the journeys we choose to make room for and command all of our resourcefulness to make happen.
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