Sunday, 24 February 2013

The call of creativity

It's time for a new voice to be heard.
That needs to be heard, in a work culture where money rules to such an extent that people get relegated to secondary importance, clients and patients do not get the service they deserve and staff get treated shamefully all too often these days.
Workplace stress is probably more common than you think. I personally believe that there are a number of people struggling who you wouldn't have a clue.

THIS IS NOT HOW WE WERE CREATED TO LIVE! Most 9 to 5 jobs are not natural, and part of the problem is that we work too many hours. How many people would do the job they do if money wasn't an issue? Our talents and our abilities are not something that need to be just 'a hobby' - they are something that we each have to give to the world. Things are changing, and there will be many more opportunities than in previous generations.
The question is, do you believe your skills can be used in service to the world or do you think you will have to work in the daily grind all your life? That's not to say that you can't have a fulfilling job working at a checkout or as a cleaner or working in a hospital or as a policeman, these are important jobs and if that is your calling, then great.
But if what I say resonates with you, you will know. It's time to claim our birthright and allow our various creative talents to be unleashed.
Can you hear the call?

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