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Activate: Good Bosses

activate the vibration of good bossesAs part of our vibration activation series, this post is designed to help you find your energetic sweet spot for good bosses:
Use it when you want to attract supportive managers, trusting leaders, or likable superiors.
We know this works because whenever we find a way to feel what we want like it’s already here, it cues Universe to make it happen.
One read through should be good for a 17 second vibe activation, and that’s all it takes to make a shift.  All you have to do after that is honor inspiration (that is, do what feels good).
Enjoy the vibration of having a great boss:

The best boss I ever worked for in my entire life was Kim Stephens.
He was fair, supportive, trusting and even funny.  Incredibly likable and easy to get along with.  And also really good at his job.
He trusted us to get our work done without micromanaging us; but he was also very available if we ever needed his help.  His door was always open to us, and he knew we were capable of getting the job done.
He let us manage our own time.  Didn’t question our hours, and as a result, we put in good work for him.
He was expert at balancing the sometimes divergent interests of his employees, the stockholders, and our clients.  We were expected to do what was right for the client.  And in a way that didn’t create conflict for those of us getting the job done, and in a way that still served the bottom line of the business.
That was such a beautiful combination!  To work for someone who was fair!  It was such a pleasure.
It was my JOB to be good to clients.  Without giving away the store; without stressing myself out in the process – just do what’s right.
Love that guy!
He stood up for us when we needed it, and ran a super peaceful, drama-free work environment.  He brought the energy to the work place that actually made it enjoyable to be there.
And he understood that there was more to life than work.  He connected with his staff on a personal level.  He showed respect for all of us, even when we didn’t hold the same beliefs or practices.
He’s one of the few things I miss about corporate world, and definitely the reason I stayed in financial services as long as I did.
Kim Stephens was a dream come true boss.
And he’s not the only one.  There are all sorts of great people to work for out there!
Let’s hear some of your favorite things about your wonderful bosses …

  • August 7, 2012