Back in 2007, I began providing consulting services to Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers for the development of a workplace child care program at their global headquarters location in Burnaby, British Columbia. Fast forward 7 years and it is with delight that I shared this picture on Facebook this week. The RBA Child Care Program is a great success and serves a significant number of employees and their children.
Today I’m presenting on work-life issues and living with intention for a client in Vancouver. As luck would have it a few things crossed my social media streams this morning related to these issues.
First there was this from Laura Fitton. It got me thinking about an important question – How much sacrifice is too much sacrifice?
And there was this from Marti Konstant – an important reminder about how technology and online connection has taken over our personal space.
And when I asked a few colleagues – How do you know when you are truly living and working with intention?
Here’s what David Cameron had to say. It’s a great way to check that you are aligning things in your life with true intention.
And Ali Davies offered some great wisdom too. I love the idea of keeping core values central to everything – in work and life.
Wendy Chappell suggested some helpful thoughts too.
Robert Paterson pointed out that energy is key to living and working intentionally.
Below is a list of a few resources I have put together to share later today related to work-life and living with intention. Maybe you will find some of them to be of interest.