Jenna Avery on Work for Sensitive Souls



Jenna Avery writes:

Have people always called you “too sensitive?”

Do you try to hide it, pretend it doesn’t exist, or work around it as much as possible?

Many Highly Sensitive Souls believe that our sensitivity makes us weak, weird, or different.

Actually, being sensitive makes us highly aware, caring, and perceptive.

In the workplace, the gift of sensitivity may feel like a handicap. As Sensitive Souls, we care passionately about our work and it tremendously impacts our well-being.

I am a fervent champion of work for Sensitive Souls where we can fully contribute and feel deeply satisfied by our efforts. So how is this possible?

> Continued in her article Work that Works for Sensitive Souls: Six Steps to Transforming Your Career.

{Photo: Google office, Zurich – from article Career Planning for Gifted Adults.}

Jenna Avery is a highly sensitive coach and intuitive who offers a series of Self-Study Classes for Sensitive Souls – “These self-study classes are the product of my many efforts to find ways to be a happy, healthy, highly sensitive soul.”

Learn more about her classes and programs at JennaAvery.com

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Related book: Making Work Work for the Highly Sensitive Person, by Barrie Jaeger

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Originally posted 2010-06-15 20:26:53.

      
  
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  1. Dear Jenna :

    It is with great pleasure that the Be Remarkable Group is extending a personal invitation for participation in our Global movement to cultivate and support youth innovators and inventors. The Be Remarkable Group has conducted extensive market research and has identified your organization as a potential Alliance Partner.

    Our Executive Research staff has reviewed your company profile and are quite impressed with your history and track record of individual and collective successes over the years. In addition, your organization has met our initial participation criteria for future campaign and funding opportunities.

    We believe that your core values and mission statement are in alignment with those of our BeSensitive Foundation and The Be Remarkable Group of Companies. We have launched an advocacy and campaigning initiative designed to ensure young innovators, particularly gifted and talented students receive the resources and encouragement they need to become active socially minded contributors of their talent for the good of the global community.

    We are quite aware that without the support of educators, parents and members of the business community that these young people will without a doubt be deprived of the most essential and valuable resources they need to reach their highest potential.

    We cordially invite you to join our advisory committee, as we further the mission of education empowerment, social responsibility and positive impact of a collective Be Remarkable youth innovation and invention initiative. Some of the benefits of a joint venture affiliation include:

    • Strategic funding for specific projects
    • Event Sponsorship
    • Grants for students and faculty for technology based projects and initiatives

    • Endowment and scholarship awards

    • Compensation for Advisory Committee participation up to $100 per hour.

    We proudly anticipate your response to explore the synergies and future opportunities between Jenna in partnership with our Be Remarkable movement. Upon receipt of your response for additional information we will provide you comprehensive data points and next steps for engagement. We thank you for your time and consideration on the above and we look forward to the future accomplishments of our combined efforts.

    Best regards,

    F. Michael Owens

    Fidel Michael Owens
    Director
    BeRemarkable Group Inc.
    Michael.owens@alwaysberemarkable.com
    http://www.alwaysberemarkable.com
    http://www.besensitive.org
    Direct: 904.885.8811

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