Tag Archive for: purpose

Are These the 3 Themes of Every Human Journey?

After turning 50, I’ve discovered that my life has been all about the unfurling of just three main themes.

Why Do I Hate Vacuuming?

Vacuuming is boring. It’s indoors. But mowing the lawn is exciting. It’s outdoors. There’s danger! Context is everything.

Let’s Talk About Identity

Each of us play many roles in life, which each contribute to our identity. But what if you can’t take on the role you always wanted, or lose it?

The Most Influential People in the World

Perhaps influential people aren’t the most influential people in the world. Perhaps the most influential people in the world were their parents.

The Importance of Bringing a Positive Attitude to the Workplace

We all know the Monday morning atmosphere when colleagues come into the office again after the weekend. Our attitude can predict the rest of the day.

The Renewed Search For Meaning

Our research found that relationships, reflections and living life with more purpose and impact became a priority for many in the search for meaning.

Why Languishing Is the New Buzzword

Languishing describes how we feel in the covid isolation lockdown: Not flourishing. Not bored. But languishing. But why do we feel this way?

Ruthless Comparison is the Key to Success Says Hollywood’s Phil Cooke

Phil Cooke has produced TV and film in more than 60 countries around the world. He’s been shot at, survived military coups and threatened with prison.

Living in Purpose

When you hear the term ‘purpose’, what words come to mind? Success? Happiness? Wealth? As a Christian, I find my answer in God’s Word.

“I Was Always Aware I Had to be Bigger Than the Black Line” – Olympian Elka Whalan

Olympian and former competitive swimmer Elka Whalan believes it’s important to find meaning and purpose beyond your sport.

What is Work Wellbeing?

Work wellbeing is bigger than the surface level aspects of a healthy workplace like fruit bowls, standing desks and ergonomic furniture.

From Soldier to Servant: An Australian’s Journey from Conflict to Chaplaincy

While serving in Afghanistan, Haydn Lea realised he had a talent for comforting his comrades with his newfound Christian wisdom.

If God Can Use Them, God Can Use You

God is in the business of using frail, fallible and ordinary people, because that’s the only kind there is. God can use you.

Three Ways to Reflect on Your Life

2020 is ending in a rush and the first thing that suffers in busyness is reflection time – the art of seeing the meaning in our experiences.

How to Maintain Momentum by Pruning Your Practices

The question of what needs pruning in our lives and work is a valuable one to consider as we reach the end of the year and move into the beginning of 2021.

Christian’s Story — How My Work Became My Worship

As a clinical therapist at an inpatient psychiatric facility, Christian serves people facing suicidal ideation, extreme anxiety, or psychosis.

This One Question Can Help Focus Your Life on What Really Matters

In the busyness of the everyday, how can we discern what we should focus on and what really matters in life? Here’s a question that can help.

Need a New Dream? Here’s 12 Questions to Help You Find One

If you’re stuck when it comes to having a dream for your life, these questions may help you unearth a new dream or aspiration.