|Fulfillment@Work: GIVING THANKS
November 25, 2001
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Published by Joel Garfinkle, Dream Job Coaching
1. Feature Article: Thanksgiving
2. Media Center: New Article in Contra Costa Times!
If the September 11 tragedies have you re-thinking the way you plan to celebrate the holidays this year, you're not alone. A new poll conducted by the Center for a New American Dream reveals a vast number of Americans yearning for deeper meaning this year.
According to the national survey, conducted in mid-November, 63% of Americans are planning to make the holiday more meaningful than ever as a result of the recent tragedy.
As we approach the holidays, we count our blessings and celebrate life's many gifts, including family and friends, health, freedom and opportunity. It is also a time to stop and think of our future plans to provide for our families and to support the efforts we believe make a difference. Like the word itself implies, it is a time to give thanks to those around us, to those who mean the most to us in our lives.
Thanksgiving reminds us of the importance of family, however we define that word. Dream Job Coaching is taking this week to spend with our own families and friends and we encourage you to do the same. We wish you a heartfelt and healthy holiday.
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The Dream Job Coach was quoted in a recent article in the Contra Costa Times. Here's an excerpt from the article:
"The events of Sept. 11 have made people look with a critical eye at their choices in the past," said Sharon Stearns, a Walnut Creek career counselor. "They realize that time is not infinite, that none of us ever knows what life has in store for us. They are feeling the importance of having a life that feels purposeful."
Now for the first time since the dot-com boom, white-collar workers are thinking about meaning, not money. Overcome by feelings of grief, anger and vulnerability wrought by the terrorist attacks, they are undergoing a major shift in how they think about work. Many are taking a hard and sometimes uncomfortable look at their 60-hour work weeks, drab cubicles and unending flow of projects and deals. More and more say they are asking themselves: Is this all there is?
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