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Practice Spirituality in the Workplace – Mind Spark Videos

Welcome to my channel. if you have not subscribed
to our channel, please subscribe. Spirituality, is not something, we should
practice only when it suits us according to time and place. It should be cherished and
cultivated, wherever we go. And since we spend most of our time in the workplace, it is imperative
that we take our spiritual values with us even where we work. These values are creativity,
communication, respect, vision, partnership, energy and flexibility. All these seven are
related, and all are important at our work places. Thus practicing spirituality means
being as follow: number one. Be Creative: Creativity includes
the use of color, laughter and freedom to enhance productivity. Creativity is fun. When
people enjoy what they do, they work much harder. Creativity includes conscious efforts
to see things differently, to breakout of habits and outdated beliefs to find new ways
of thinking, doing and being. Suppression of creativity leads to violence.
People are naturally creative. When they are forced to crush their creativity, its energy
force turns to destructive. Their inherent humanity must express itself. 2. Be Communicative. Communication, communication, communication!
This is the vehicle that allows people to work together. In our society, our learning
process is based on learning to communicate with teachers and parents. So when we come to the real world, this social
conditioning leads us to resort to subterfuge- trying to figure out how to beat the system,
gain extra favours, say the � popular� thing or to keep our views to ourselves rather
than �rock the boat.� We should change this mindset and express
what we feel about without fear and let others know where we stand. It does not matter your
views should match your superiors. Your peers will respect you as a man with principles. 3. Respect Your Colleague. Respect of self and of others includes: respect
for the environment; other people�s personal privacy, their physical space and belongings;
different viewpoints, philosophies, religion, gender, lifestyle, ethnic origin, physical
ability, beliefs and personality. When we learn to respect our peers, we accept
their differences. We can learn to use those differences for our mutual benefit. For example,
the person who can sit all day in front of computer and be productive can help the person
who works best by talking and moving around. Both functions are important. Rather than
criticizing the other for being different, we can learn how different people see the
world. Lacks of respect and acceptance lead to conflict and hostility. 4. Have a Vision. Vision means seeing beyond the obvious � seeing
the unseen. It is a trait used to describe leaders and entrepreneurs. Where does vision
come from? For some people, it is an inborn trait. They have always seen things that others
cannot see. And, having seen the vision, they head straight for it. They follow their vision
in spite of obstacles or non-believers. 5. Learn to be a Partner. Partnership encompasses individual responsibility
and trust that other people will perform according to their commitments for the good of the team
and partners. Partnership accepts that different people have different viewpoints and beliefs,
those differences are used as positive aspects for broadening the team experience. Partnership encourages the female and male
aspects of us to work together, without either one over ruling or dominating the other. Lacks
of partnership lead to isolation and unhealthy competition. 6. Be Energetic. Very positive energy forces are released when
people feel creative, have the freedom to express their opinions, and feel respect from
their management and their peers. The opposite energy force creates hostile workplace situations.
Your contribution to the collective positive energy is using your own creativity, communicating
well, having respect for others, adapting to changing situations, working well with
others and enjoying what you do. Your contribution to the collective negative
energy is withholding your talents, communicating without respect, fighting and arguing with
others, resisting changes, creating tension with others and hating what you do. 7. Be flexible. Flexibility includes the ability to adapt
to changing situations and allowing one�s own beliefs and habits to change as needed.
Learning to see trends and prepare for them is one way of learning flexibility. Another
is to learn about our own strengths, our weaknesses and about self. Thanks for watching.

Otis Rodgers