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Thinking Of Ourselves As A Business

Lately, I’ve been plagued by bouts of sluggishness and demotivation.

I homed in on work as being the area where I have these feelings of apathy, and largely realize the reasons why. Generally speaking, it’s because the role I have has been changed, and also because I don’t feel like a valued member anymore.




We all have events in our lives that served as our turning point that led us to where we are today. Capturing those thoughts, feelings, and experiences before, during, and after that time helps us be proud of how far we’ve come. Together, this is our story forward.

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Individual in her journey of growth and spirituality // Looking to capture others’ stories about life in THE TURNING POINT publication

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