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Who Has Used Good Work Guidance?

Claude teaching. Click for larger image.Claude Whitmyer has offered Good Work Guidance™ to hundreds of clients across the last two decades. They have come from a broad set of jobs to work with a wide variety of issues. Some discovered simple ways to make their existing jobs better. Others found moving to a new employer or a new type of job was best for them. A few have dropped everything and launched completely different careers. Check out what some client have said about Good Work Guidane. Here's a sampling of the kinds of jobs Good Work clients were employed in when they first began the process of Good Work Guidance.

academic dean, academic department head, accountant, actor, acupuncturist, addictions counselor, administrative assistant, animal trainer, anthropologist, archivist, artist, athletic trainer, audio/video producer, author, baker, bank manager, bartender, bicycle messenger, bicycle repairer, blogger, bookkeeper, broker, builder, bus driver, cabinetmaker, camp counselor, career counselor, carpenter, carpet layer, cartographer, cartoonist, caterer, chef, chiropractor, choreographer, climatologist, clothing designer, clothing manufacturer, community organizer, compositor, computer programmer, computer repair technician, computer trainer, consultant, contruction worker, copy editor, corporate trainer, court interpreter, craft artist, dancer, dentist, desktop publisher, detective, dog walker, dressmaker, editor, electrician, ESL teacher, esthetician, event planner, executive, farmer, financial advisor, floor finisher, floral designer, gardener, government official, graphic designer, greeting card publisher, grocery store clerk, herbalist, house painter, image consultant, insurance agent, jeweler, landscape architect, landscaper, lawyer, librarian, market researcher, marketing consultant, mason, massage therapist, mathematician, mechanic, medical doctor, medical office manager, midwife, musician, nurse, office manager, office worker , parking attendant, photographer, plumber, postal worker, printer, private investigator, professional organizer, psychiatrist, psychologist, psychotherapist, publisher, realtor, recreation worker, restauranteur, roofer, sailboat charterer, sales agent, secretary, singer/songwriter, small business consultant, social worker, stage play director, stage play producer, statistician, store manager, streetcar operator, systems analyst, taxi driver, teacher, technical writer, telemarketer, tile installer, trainer, travel agents, typist, veterinarian, waiter, waitress, wallpaper hanger, web designer, woodworker, word processing clerk, writer, youth worker.


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The ancient followers of the Tao were
subtle, mysterious and penetrating.
They were too deep to be fathomed.
All we can do is describe their appearance.
Hesitant, as if crossing a winter stream.
Watchful, as if aware of neighbors on all sides.
Respectful, like a visiting guest.
Yielding, like ice beginning to melt.
Simple, like an Uncarved Block.
Open, like a valley.
Obscure, like muddy water.

Who else can be still,
and let the muddy water slowly become clear?
Who else can remain at rest,
and slowly come to life?
Those who hold fast to the Tao
do not try to fill themselves to the brim.
Because they do not try to be full,
they can be worn out and yet, ever new.

Tao Te Ching, Chapter 15


Moon/Finger Zen.