7 Ways to Stay Spiritually Balanced

Written by Catherine Franz


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4. Spend more time planning and setting goals. Manifesting what we want still requires action and planning. Spirituality can nestle us so warmly and lovingly itís easy to setrepparttar needed action aside. The level of balance is inrepparttar 125455 amount of flexibility you allow inrepparttar 125456 action plan. Complete each action with total openness of all that is possible for what follows. Ask and allowrepparttar 125457 universe to send easier, faster steps. And be open to see then when they arrive. Ask, trust, and allowrepparttar 125458 universeís infinite wisdom to send yourepparttar 125459 answers. They are usually better than anything we usually arrive at ourselves. The tightrope is to balance trust with flexibility and space for expanded freedom and results.

5. Keep on giving. Spirituality is a gift that needs to flow. It can only continue to do so if people give. There are many ways to give andrepparttar 125460 method you choose will berepparttar 125461 right one.

6. Allow room for real people and relationships. Other people ground us and connect us torepparttar 125462 physical world. Yet, they must still allow us to evolve. People are another form of giving and receiving -- two necessary parts for good ground maintenance.

7. Receiving remuneration is a gift. Accept it as if it came fromrepparttar 125463 universe asking you to continuerepparttar 125464 flow. When we receive, water continues to flow into our cup and allows our mission to continue its evolution. Asking for compensation allows both parties to continuerepparttar 125465 flow. When we shift our perspective and seerepparttar 125466 need for flow, additional funds to appear.

Enjoy spirituality in balance with both feet onrepparttar 125467 ground!

Catherine Franz is a Life and Business Professional Coach with niches in product development, Internet marketing, nonfiction/marketing writing and education. Tips and ezines: http://www.abundancecenter.com blog: http://abundance.blogs.com


What to Tell Interviewers When You Bailed Because of Your Boss

Written by Bonnie Lowe


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1. "My manager and I both agreed that my advancement opportunities were limited there and obtaining another position wasrepparttar best option for me and my career goals." Be prepared for a possible follow-up question such as "What ARE your career goals?"

2. "I wanted more challenging assignments." This is a nice way of saying you were bored out of your mind. Prepare to follow it up with a statement that links your desire for challenges with a specific aspect ofrepparttar 125454 position for which you are applying.

3. "I'm looking for an organization that supports teamwork." This could triggerrepparttar 125455 "Can you expand on that?" question, so be sure to have a response planned, such as "All ofrepparttar 125456 incentives were individually based. I think it's more important to rewardrepparttar 125457 entire team for its contributions."

4. "My career goals have changed." This is a great response if you are going into a new field. However, companies want people who can hitrepparttar 125458 ground running, so be prepared to explain how your past experiences make you a good candidate for this new job.

As you can see, there are various ways to explain why you left without complaining about your boss. Whatever you say should be a variation onrepparttar 125459 truth.

After answeringrepparttar 125460 question, ask one yourself aboutrepparttar 125461 position for which you are applying to steerrepparttar 125462 conversation back to that.

Bonnie Lowe provides valuable information for job seekers at her website, http://www.best-interview-strategies.com and publishes a free ezine, "Career-Life Times." Check it out at http://www.best-interview-strategies.com/career-life-times.html


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