Finding Heart in Your Work

Finding Heart in Your Work online

A Month-Long Online Course

“The place God calls you to is the place where your deep gladness and the world’s deep hunger meet.” – Frederick Buechner

Are you seeking a renewed sense of meaning and fulfillment in your work? Would you like to feel more innovative in your work and less overwhelmed? In this month-long course you will learn how to approach your work as a spiritual practice-embracing your imperfections while cultivating your strengths. Through the use of mythology, film, literature and sacred scripture, we will rediscover a deep sense of purpose for our lives that resonates with both external reality and our own inner truth. Instead of conditioning ourselves to work more, which can lead to burnout, we will explore what it means to engage our work with our whole hearts, and how wholeheartedness can be the antidote to burnout. We will nurture and ground our self-discovery with contemplative practices and rituals so that we may once again find heart in our daily work.

Classes will be delivered online and for our final meeting students will have the choice of an Austin happy hour or interactive webinar. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to explore your true calling-remotely and in community.

Month-Long Online Series with Daniel Hope

Daniel HopeDANIEL HOPE, MA, is an educator and spiritual director at Seton Cove. Daniel was previously at Seminary of the Southwest where he worked in administration and earned his counseling degree with a focus on Marriage and Family. While studying at Southwest he founded the marriage retreat and workshop series, The Commitment Project. Daniel is an alum of Google’s Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute and is passionate about bringing spirituality and mindfulness into the workplace. Daniel also has a background in social media strategy and has spoken at three SXSW Interactive conferences regarding the intersection of technology, psychology and spirituality. Daniel and his wife, Leslie, just celebrated their 17th wedding anniversary and live in North Austin with their two daughters, Camilla and Violet.