Pick a Spirit and Work Practice — Any Practice: a Guest Post by Tricia Molloy

To me, a spiritual practice is any routine or ritual that connects you to your inner wisdom and helps you be less stressed and fearful and more positive, focused and productive. It’s often how you communicate with your subconscious mind. It may or may not relate to any religion or belief.

There’s a world of spiritual practices just right for your workday. Pick any one of them and practice it!

I recently asked my network of clients, colleagues and friends: “What spiritual practice is in your business toolkit?”

Here are some of the spiritual practices business people like you rely on. Some you may be familiar with and even use, others will be new to you. I encourage you to play with these practices to enhance your work performance and make your life more rewarding and fun. Meditating

  • Observing
  • Spiritual Reading
  • Mentoring
  • Praying
  • Fasting
  • Being Grateful
  • Smiling
  • Trusting Your Intuition
  • Affirming
  • Refraining from Judgment
  • Deep Breathing
  • Walking a Labyrinth
  • Staying Present
  • Practicing Yoga
  • Journaling
  • Spending Time in Nature
  • Visualizing
  • Dreaming
  • Clearing Clutter
  • Being Silent

At times of change and uncertainty, it’s reassuring to follow a practice. Please feel free to contact me with questions or comments about your own practices.


Tricia Molloy

Tricia Molloy is the author of Divine Wisdom at Work: 10 Universal Principles for Enlightened Entrepreneurs. She offers Working with Wisdom programs, like “CRAVE Your Goals!” to empower employees to be more positive, focused and productive. Learn more and sign up for her free e-newsletter for valuable information and inspiration at http://www.triciamolloy.com/

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