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Concurrent with the increasing interest in spirituality, more employees are seeking avenues for spiritual expression in workplace and career. Career theory is examined as a lens through which spirituality and individual success may be examined. Holistic models are discussed through which spirituality and career development may be examined. Because spirituality can be expressed in entrepreneurial pursuits, whereby individuals seek to incorporate personal morals and values directly into a business venture, spiritual entrepreneurship will also be explored. The chapter concludes with an examination of the personal benefits of spirituality in terms of career, health, and relationships.
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