Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Announcing --

You may ask yourself, what else does Laura do to keep out of trouble besides this Weblog, her practice, her editing business, raising a family and being on the board of her church? Well, she also launches Websites with her friends.

Wanted to let you all in on the ground floor of the newest project I’m a part of: Here’s the announcement: is a new interactive Web community for working people who want to incorporate a spiritual outlook into their careers, to improve both their workplace environments and their enterprise’s bottom line.

The site provides a real-time, non-denominational venue for workers to have meaningful conversations about work issues and how spirituality can make a positive difference. Through discussion forums, blogs, and online and offline events, workers support and encourage each other through sharing experiences and insights from their own spiritual practice. There is also a “marketplace” of classified ads for posting job openings, job-seeker resumes, services and products geared to a spiritually-oriented audience.

Corporate staff, leaders and managers, small business owners, workers on their own (self-employed, unemployed, stay-at-home parents), those in transition including retirees—all will find a comforting community providing inspiration to do their work from a spiritual basis.

I’m on board as one of the launch team, along with Mario Tosto, Chris Raymond, and Kim Proctor. I’m also contributing via a new blog, HerWork. We’re still working on the design, etc., but the site is up and functioning and now we want traffic!

So check it out, jump into the discussions, post to the Marketplace and event calendar, let me know what you think, and tell your friends. And, you can help me out also by sending along any technical difficulties that occur while using the site—we want to make the experience as smooth as possible, and your data will help.

Thanks for your continued support!

Your ideas and inspiration are welcome! Please comment below or Contact Laura.
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