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Leadership Pilgrimage: A Program for Visionary Leaders

Leadership Pilgrimage: A Program for Visionary Leaders As a business professional, we know your responsibilities often feel insurmountable. We understand how many plates you spin to lead your employees, your families, and your lives well. We also know that in order to lead effectively and authentically, you need space to find spiritual depth and centeredness. The Seton…
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Experience Spiritual Growth Through the Mystic Heart Wisdom School

Experience Spiritual Growth Through the Mystic Heart Wisdom School If you feel weary from the pressures of this world, are curious about engaging your spirituality, or yearning to dive deeper into spiritual understanding, Seton Cove Spirituality Center is for you. Seton Cove is designed to welcome, rejuvenate, and educate men and women of all walks of faith. Our team…
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Why the term willpower should be avoided at all costs

“Willpower acts in a similar manner to a muscle: It can be depleted after mental exertion, it can be strengthened, and it can be fueled.” In a 2016 article Dr. Vic Strecher talked about the dangers of misusing the concept of willpower.  When Strecher began his…
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I Am with You

…for I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me, I was naked and you gave me clothing, I was sick and you took care of me, I was in prison and you…
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Part 1: Does Your Work Feel Sacred? If not, this might be the reason

by Daniel Hope Have you ever found yourself completely “in the zone” when working on a project?  That blissful state where time seems to stand still and all other worries are temporarily forgotten.  This is the state of mind the Hungarian psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi famously coined as Flow, which…
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Take Your Time

People are eating dinner on the other side of the mesh curtain. They have paid a premium; we aren’t allowed to disturb them by visiting the front facilities. Through the grey scrim I see rolls and butter and now some sort…
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