The Creation of the New & the Transformation of the Belief in Working Hard and Earning a Living

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Figure 2 (above). Subway scene, Philadelphia, Pa. Notice that most people are on their cell phones. Over the next 2-3 months, I will be designing and creating an expanded blog that integrates the ideas from the Transforming the American Workplace blog, the Innerworld Press Shift in Consciousness Ezine, and a blog that I haven’t had …

The Real Rap on Working and Earning a Living

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On a recent train ride, a woman, sitting next to me, after a few minutes of introductions, asked me, “So what kind of work do you do?” I did not want to begin the response with “I am a creator, and I create life.” I haven’t yet arrived at the exact wording that would convey …

Transforming the American Workplace – November/December 2016 Edition

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Welcome to the final edition of Transforming the American Workplace blog.  I have contemplated the idea of integrating the blog, the Innerworld Press Ezine, and the more personal blog, Ascension, Resurrection, Shifts & Transformations for the past year or so. Now is the time to do it. I’m ready. I am not certain at this …

Transforming the American Workplace – September/October, 2016 edition

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Here we are at the end of the summer. I’m putting away my gardening tools, waiting on the figs to ripen, and cleansing my studio. I’ll tell you all about the studio cleanse in the 30Day Workplace Challenge follow-up. In this edition, I would like to share a few ideas about creating a new narrative …

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The New Narrative would replace the “commute” with gathering together in communities in service to ourselves, our communities, and families; after all, what sense does a 2 hour, 5 days a week-commute make when the job does not benefit individuals, families, communities