The idea behind the initiative is to empower people working within hospitality to flourish in and out of the workplace by providing personal and professional growth opportunities. The purpose is to elevate people to new perspectives to cultivate diverse and inclusive environments and to create great workplaces that work for all.
They talked about the many visual cues graphic novels and comics used to convey so much information and how when the text and spatial cues, when all combined, invoked the sense of passage of time, the space of the story, sounds and action, paving the way for a deeper understanding of metaphors, symbolisms and point-of-views.
Do You Believe in Love at First Page? February a Valentine’s Month Filled With Book Blind Dates was so successful it not only saved the library from closure, it also created permanent jobs for two new librarians to join Fred. That was just as well, because they continued to run monthly Blind Date with a Book themed events, which are so successful, they are continuously running out of covered books and need many hands to add more to the collection.
The social enterprise went much further than serving up the best coffees. Learning to create that perfect cup of coffee instilled a sense of pride in every single employee. And the parting words from Charlie as each team took their mobile coffee truck on the road, “I trust you, make the call,” gave them the self-belief that they could do this.
Martha thanked Lulu for everything she had done for her mum. Saying how her mum, who was living with dementia, seems less agitated since Lulu had been filling her room with flowers. As they continued talking Lulu shared her story and how she believed flowers had saved her life, and that she felt they had deep inner-healing properties.
The wisdom he had taken from the book gave Tom the courage to move away from the straight and narrow path of auditions to explore new pathways in pursuit of his artistic goals. It gave him an inner strength to believe in himself and served as a reminder not to compromise but to stay truthful to what he wanted to explore.
Maintaining good morale, his own and other people’s, is one of Reggie’s core characteristics that has driven his WorkLife, and one that he can attribute to wartime and learning taken from Ralph, an American serviceman stationed in Britain, who Reggie got to know when Ralph stopped by for a regular fish and chip supper.
Sleeping on it can help for sure, but some emotions last longer than a day. Continue to acknowledge your emotions and let go of those that don’t persist.
“Have you ever noticed how the most intriguing individual in the room seems content to listen more than speaking?”
Following what engages and inspires you in living a fulfilled WorkLife will give you courage to buckle the trend to move in a new direction