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Here's his view of how you can fold spirituality into your daily business dealings:
•Concern for well-being - motivates great service •Responsibility - fosters quality and integrity •Caring - stimulates collaboration •Truthfulness - fosters honest relationships •Inner peace - fosters wise decisions
With so many people working longer hours and for more years, there is a greater need for them to incorporate spiritual aspects of their lives into their jobs.
Just as faith provides a balm to living with problems in new millennium, it also supports our efforts to cope with stresses of being 21st Century entrepreneurs. That makes Miller's pairing of spiritual goals with business goals so powerful.
Although no one would deny benefits of a technology-driven information age, its profoundly de-humanizing effect can't be ignored. Add to that a sense of instability as a result of global upheaval and economic unrest, and it's no wonder that declining professional satisfaction and increasing incidents of depression and burnout are rampant among even most committed business owners.
To combat these feelings of stress and alienation, it's important to create meaning and purpose in your work…in other words, an environment that provides spiritual fulfillment along with your "paycheck." It would be true if you worked for a huge corporation, a medium-sized company, or a small home office, as many of us do. And it's especially true if you're a small business owner with a "mom 'n' pop shop."
To keep your competitive edge sharp, it's in your best interest to find a reward that feeds your spirit as well as your spouse, kids, and dog.
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