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Live and Work Outside the Box

Sacred TimeBy Tiffany A. Dedeaux

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In rethinking what I wanted to say about what I do as Sacred Time it came to me:  I help you live and work outside the box.  That was something that came up in the original conversation about what the logo for Sacred Time should be, which is why the deer is breaking outside of the taupe misshapen square.

Which Box Are You In?

Usually thinking outside the box means to come up with ideas to try that have not already been introduced to the conversation.  After all, you cannot always get different results trying the same old things.  What I mean by helping your live and work outside the box is I help you to:

  • Get outside. The box that we’re usually in is a building and reconnecting to nature will refresh us and could inspire new ways of approaching a situation.
  • Get moving.  Another box we’re usually in is our routine.  By breaking free of what we do out of habit we are more likely to get a fresh perspective on what we want out of life.
  • Get another opinion.  A third type of box we usually face is the set of expectations and desires of the people we have around us.  By introducing ideas from those who are outside our usual circle of friends and peers we are more likely rekindle the fire inside.

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By working with me either as part of a career service or coaching session you will come away with a fresh perspective that makes what you want and what you’re working toward more clear.  From there you will approach your life vision or career goals with renewed passion and confidence and that gets me excited.

What box are you in? Expectations? Routines? Buildings?

What box have you been stuck in?

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