We like to help people flourish. This is a collection of all that we find that inspires or fuels the work that we do.

Chasing the wind

aliceinwonderlondon:

This week Jess presented to us about having Dyspraxia. I think I would have classed myself as completely naive when it came to the topic so I’m really pleased that Jess decided to do her talk on it. I couldn’t believe how many people are walking around with not a clue on any of the symptoms - Jess…

SPARK+METTLE: Term 2: Week 9: Chasing the Wind

miss-iona-westlake:

This week on Spark and Mettle the theme was meaning and purpose and we focused on trying to get a clearer career trajectory.

Here is my Star Track Odyssey Sheet which has really helped me have a clear plan and layout what I have already achieved and where I am going with it.

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Laurell: What is your purpose in life? Do you ever just have one?

lmilton:

This post is about purpose and do you ever have one purpose in life or many.

This is an interesting subject because as a young person, the options are limited. I guess even as an adult the options are also limited. Over the weekend, my housemates and I have been discussing what we would like to…

Fran: The Purpose of Life

franstutts:

Part of our challenge this week was to ask people of different generations about their purpose in life. So I rattled my brain (and looked around the office to see who I could find) and came up with 2 of my colleagues.

Laura Crampsie, age 28. Creative Producer at The Last Refuge.

  • What is your…

What life is all about

jamesmichaelwinfield:

2 big questions…
  • What is your purpose in life?
  • What is a good life?

Mum (+50): 

  • Bring my son (me) up to be a well rounded, grounded person. 
  • Enough money to life on and do the normal things you like to do, go on holiday, have treats 

Dad (61):

  • Reaching retirement - have me finish University so I can repay him
  • Plenty of money, plenty of women and plenty of booze

The thing is to find a truth which is true for me, to find the idea for which I can live and die.

Søren Aabye Kierkegaard, Journals, 1835