Tracking Work-Life Happiness

Submitted by Vision Eagle on Sat, 27/08/2016 - 09:34
A tiny segment of "Tracking Work-Life Happiness".

Work-life happiness is about wholesome integration of individuals into corporate or community process, and is about the re-imaging of corporate (or community) process to enhance the ability of individuals to deepen their own ongoing workplace contentment.

Work-life happiness is not in essence about fun, about pleasure, about thrills and excitement, about smiling faces - although it can embrace all those possibilities. Work-life happiness is about an ongoing contentment, it is about an ongoing satisfaction of being present in the work environment, it is about harmony of the individual’s inner processes with the corporate processes, it is about a true willingness to bring the entirety of one’s being into the workplace, it is about an integration of individual mind with community mind, it is about a sense of valued purpose, about an alignment of personal intent with the intent of the organisation, it is about congruence of spirit, intellect, and manifestation.

Establishing the conditions for optimal work-life happiness is good governance.

A good first step.

Submitted by Vision Eagle on Mon, 18/07/2016 - 17:49
Google - the thought leader - encouraging mindful, meditative practices in the workplace.

Google invited Thich Nhat Hanh to campus as part of its Optimize Your Life initiative, which seeks to encourage health, happiness, and balance among employees and recognizes that mindful, meditative practices are critical to mental health.



The Wellness of the (Australian) DrupalSphere.

Submitted by Vision Eagle on Sun, 03/04/2016 - 14:14
The Drupalsphere


Value will be attained by promoting further thinking about the economic and human factors that drive the advancement of Drupal technology and Community.


The technology that is Drupal is a major success story. The Drupal technology has advanced amazingly in its 15 years of life. The community that drives the advancement of Drupal is a parallel success story. 


There is much exposure on the web to the technology and community of Drupal. A simple google search will confirm that. There will be always a need for more sites, articles, video, tutorial, event calendars etc etc, that highlight Drupal as technology and as community. The thinking behind, and outworking of, the technology and the community is <a good thing>, and thus will continue to be written about and visually documented and seen and heard and read.