Overheard on discord: The CEO dropping wisdom

Today’s a real zinger. A short, simple and relevant quote left by the CEO.

“If you don’t make time for your wellness you will be forced to make time for your illness.”

Let that sink in.

From time to time I have been sharing stories of things seen on my company discord.

If you missed the first posts, you should check them out!

Story time: The office frat-boy

Story time: Overheard on Discord

20 thoughts on “Overheard on discord: The CEO dropping wisdom

  1. Absofrickenlutely gfπŸ™Œ I’m living proof of this statement. In 10 years I’ve transformed myself and today make my healing my #1 priority. Last night I had my final ritual ceremony and sweat lodge to go from apprentice to shaman. It was THE most magically amazing transformational healing experience I’ve ever experienced πŸ™Œ
    It’s super crucial to check in with yourself, do something to connect with your center for even 5 minutes everyday. It’s all about prioritizing one’s quality of life. We each are worthy of our own self love and care. I’ve told you this before but it’s importance bears repeating…..only V can take the best care of V❀❀❀

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  2. Totally agree with your CEO. It’s great he recognises this… far too many companies treat employees like cogs in a machine… expected to work 100% of the time and discarded like broken tools when they no longer seem useful. Many corporations, if we anthropomorphised them, would be like a psychopathic Uncle that used and used everyone he came into contact with in the pursuit of every last possible scrap of profit.

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