The Imagined Life
In life and in love and in business, we all need to use our imaginations to their fullest extent. If we
are good with numbers, then we see life in numbers, angles, and measurements. If we are good with
art and ethereal design, then we see life in splotches of color and in shapes which travel through
walls and travel through time. However we view life, it must be done with our imaginations, and that
vivid perspective is a huge step toward making sure that we get our goals accomplished exactly as
we want them, and not how someone else wishes them to end up.
The imagined life is the life in which we have complete and total control. Unfortunately, many
people who abuse alcohol or drugs find themselves in a life where their imagination is shot, their
faith in themselves is shot, and the idea of turning their dreams into reality is completely gone. The
imagined life is only for people who can keep a steady and realistic head on their shoulders and
progressively move toward an object for which they have prepared themselves already.
Substance abusers come across the heavy and rather large obstacle of imagining dreams in which
they cannot see themselves succeeding or imagining fantastic worlds which they cannot see
themselves actually creating. Either the imagined world is lacking in substance, or their ability to
turn it into reality is lacking in faith in themselves.
For your employees, you want people who look at their jobs and see new ways of doing old work and
see innovative ways to solve problems. You don’t want to see workers who have given up on
themselves and on life. Implement workplace drug test, and you might as well use Mediscreen
which is NATA accredited for this. We are NATA AS4308 & AS4760 accredited Australia wide,
and we run a leading mobile drug and alcohol testing service for every business and every worksite
location that your company can possibly obtain for itself. We are good at our jobs, and we have
plenty of imagination to fuel our scientific and screening work and our customer service with your
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