Work is a Four-Letter Word

We’re sampling recipes for Worklife Liberation all this month at Tapa Palapa.

This week we’re taking a tired old recipe – work is a four-letter word – and we’re deconstructing it so we can make something fresh from it. By using only the simple core ingredients, like the basic purpose of work, we create something refreshing.

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In this episode Francie and Steve take you far away from the contemporary view of work as just a job to be endured. We transport you to a distant time of ancient wisdom, where work is honored and even considered sacred. Join us and learn how you can bring sacred work to your mundane job.

Please leave a comment and let us know what you think. What things do you do in your life that you consider to be sacred work? How do you bring your whole self to your job to make that work meaningful? Is there a part of your worklife where you feel stuck and want to make a change?

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