DESIGN INTEGRATE CREATE
Work, Life + Spirituality
Practical resources to help integrate work, life and spirituality in a way that work that works for you…
Feedback can be a great, constructive way to improve your work, and make things better. Except, what happens when your feedback is “bad” feedback, or worse, it becomes personal. What then?
After doing every thing that you are supposed to do, and achieving the “success you were supposed to achieve, for some reason there still feels like there’s something missing.
The answer to the question “who am I” feels like it might help fill this gap.
So where do you start to figure this out?
To create alignment in your life means starting with YOU – who you are and what you stand for, and then making choices that fall into line with that.
An aligned business is a business that falls into line with who you are. The questions is – where do you even start. What are the main steps to actually create an Aligned Business?
For a business to really work for the long term, it has to feel good. It has to wake you up in the morning wanting to jump out of bed and get right to it.
One of the main reasons why business and work can start to feel like drudgery and hard work, is mis-alignment. The alternative, is to create an Aligned Business.
If you’re working a 40 hour week and trading your time for money, there’s an alternative called residual income hat you might want to consider…
When you’re born into a reality what tells you what you’re supposed to be, do and feel, but you don’t seem to get it, it can be challenging. But what if that’s the game…
What are you looking for?
Coming soon in 2020…
How the universe, the world and YOU really work.
“Ten years ago I started asking some big questions about who I am and why we are here. I asked what is the point of life, why is the world the way it is, and why the heck I couldn’t get my life to work the way I truly desired it to be. UNITY is every thing I discovered and so much more. UNITY is an attempt to explain all the pieces of the puzzle and how they fit together. UNITY is what I wish I’d read ten years ago.”
XO Liz Watt