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08 January 2009

I enjoy taking time to help

I enjoy taking time to help others in the workplace

My workplace is a community.  Because I choose to be part of this community, I want it to be a warm place.

Finding ways to bring happiness into my workplace brings me joy.  My workplace is more harmonious when I collaborate with my coworkers. 

My coworkers and I are a team.  I am bonded with them.  If there is a way for me to help the people I work with I will take action.

By working together, we can solve problems faster, come up with innovative ideas, and bring joy to each other’s lives.  There are so many simple ways to bring positivity into the workplace. 

When there is a new employee in the office, I can teach them a new task.  When I go to lunch, I can invite someone new to accompany me.  When someone is experiencing stress, I can find a thoughtful way to help them.  When I get coffee, I can pick some up for a coworker.  And when the paper tray in the copy machine is empty, I can take a few brief moments to fill it.

Recognizing that small actions throughout the day can make my workplace a more enjoyable environment inspires me to act in a helpful way.  These actions bring me pleasure.

In my life, it is important to accomplish my goals.  When I am at work, I recognize that my coworkers and I often share the same goals.  It is such a blessing to have people who are moving in the same direction as me.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1. Am I thankful to be part of my workplace community?
2. What goals do my coworkers and I share?
3. What actions can I make today that will bring happiness to a coworker?
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In Section: Personal reflection - This article belongs to category: Exercises

I am where I want to be in life

I have realistic expectations of myself and I let go of the idea that I must be perfect and have all my dreams at once.

It is good to have clear goals – and it is good to know what I want out of life and know how I plan to get there. But all I really have is the present. I let go of the tendency to trample on this moment, to devalue the beauty of now in my pursuit of someday.

Because of the power of momentum, I strive to learn how to slow down in my constant quest for more in order to acknowledge the beauty and value of where I am.

As long as I am continually growing and moving forward, I am content. I let go of the idea that my happiness hinges on getting everything I want. I strive to be my best and I let that be enough.

As I let go of the idea that I can control the future, I find myself opening up to a new level of richness and beauty that is only available to those who slow down and recognize the value of this moment.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1.    Do I have realistic expectations of myself and others?
2.    Do I allow myself to appreciate the moment?
3.    Do I live in the present or the future?
 

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