Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Did you know...

At the end of May, I was approached by Preethi Kashyap, Editor-in-Chief, of Inspiration Unlimited Magazine.  She found my blog to be inspiring and motivating and asked if I would be interested in submitting articles for their magazine.  I accepted her invitation.

Since June, I have been honored to be featured in both July and August editions.  Here's a glimpse of the articles and links to read more.

July Edition


RUSTIC REJUVENATION 
An article on how to break free of time constraints, and find renewed energy and motivation in life.

"I just don't have the time."

Ever hear yourself speak those words? It's quite possible you have, and on more than one occasion.  Life's responsibilities and endeavors seep in and take a lot of, not only our energy and money, but also our most valuable commodity-time...Read the rest of the article here.

August Edition


INFUSING LIFE INTO THE WORKDAY (page 13)


Not interested or motivated when it comes to your day job?  This article provides a total of 13 tips to apply before and during your shift.

For 71 percent of Americans their day job doesn’t bring them happiness or fulfillment; it’s simply for a paycheck.  According to a Gallup survey they are “not engaged” or are “actively disengaged” from their work.

Some deal with larger issues such as a bad boss or bullying in the workplace (which statistically is worse than sexual harassment).  Bullying in the workplace has been described as “a silent epidemic”.  How is it possible for those undergoing this to infuse life into their workday when they feel like calling in sick every day?

While these are larger issues that need to be addressed, the focus of this article is on those who not interested or motivated when it comes to their work.

How can you make the most of the workday?...Read the rest of the article here in the August edition, page 13.



What is Inspiration Unlimited magazine?
The whole objective of Inspiration Unlimited is to bring you a touch of variety of perceptions and expose you to people of diversity with respect to culture, thoughts, ideas, occupational backgrounds, age group etc.


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