God created you with your own attributes, your own unique DNA!
You did not select your attributes any more than you chose your eye color. Your gifts and talents are no more or less valuable than the next person, no matter their spiritual status or your role at work. You only get to choose what you are going to do with your talents. The key to real success at work has little to do with what job you have or what talents you have; it has much more to do with choosing God first and doing the best you can. Your real job is to use your God-given gifts to the best of your ability, right where you are. You were created uniquely to do special work in God’s eyes!
87% of workers are "not engaged"
…or “actively disengaged” and are emotionally disconnected from their workplaces and less likely to be productive.
Gallup, State of the Global Workforce
Challenging Situations at Work
Challenging work issues disrupt and distract us from our walk with God. These issues can be gut wrenching, including struggling with work & family balance, sexual temptation at work, dealing with compensation frustration, wondering how to walk in truth under pressure to do otherwise, or being unsure if God even values our work….to name just a few. It is easy to feel vulnerable and alone. Take the FREE WorkLife Switch Quiz Here and find solutions now.
Most of us Are Switching God OFF at Work… and it Shows
Really thriving at work is evasive for several reasons. Keeping God in the forefront of your work can be tricky. Certain obstacles block you from experiencing work the way God meant you to. Many times you spiritually stagnate instead of growing at work. You are spending so much time at work that it is affecting every other aspect of your life.
You also likely have most of your relationships at work and everyone including you and your family are affected. In fact, did you know that more heart attacks happen on Monday morning than any other day of the week? What are you to do?
Switching God ON at work is the Answer
Find Life in Your Work!
Reduce Stress & Discouragement
More Peace and Balance
Your Most Critical On-the-Job Issues
Be an Example Where You Work
Find Purpose and Meaning