002 - Living the Value of Your Work with Cindy Grimes


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Welcome to episode two of Living Aligned Living Forward, a podcast hosted by Marie Kirkland exploring how we live forward as we do our meaningful work in the world and lessons along the way. Today's conversation is with Cindy Grimes. If there’s a common thread throughout Cindy Grimes’ varied personal and professional experiences, it is her compassion and desire to empower people with understanding and practical tools to transform their personal lives and communities. Listen in to our conversation about Living the Value of Your Work. 


Conversation topics:

  • Discovering your highest values -  2:25

  • Becoming a grandmother and seeing life in the larger context of things - 4:22

  • The meaningful work: spiritual and prison ministry - 5:50

  • A story of transformation - 12:10

  • A personal story of living the value of compassion - 20:00

  • Adverse Childhood Events - 26:40

  • Invest time in yourself. All of this is an inside job - 32:33


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Cindy Grimes

"I see my life now in the larger context of things. I heard a great quote the other day. We don’t inherit the world from our ancestors. We borrow it from our children. I am now one of the ancestors.”

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About Marie Kirkland

As a spiritual leader, speaker and coach, Marie shares her voice to inspire and empower people to lean into the life they dream about and take action to create it by living aligned and forward through practical spirituality.

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