What Would Buddha Do?: 101 Answers to Life's Daily Dilemmas
With the better part of our lives spent at work, it's a wonder there aren't more books devoted to practical living in the workplace. Franz Metcalf, a Buddhist scholar and author of What Would Buddha Do? has teamed up with management consultant BJ Gallagher Hateley to apply the Buddha's insights to life on the job. What would Buddha do at work? Of course, he'd quit and go find a comfortable spot in the forest to meditate. But those of us for whom early retirement is not an option can still profit from the Buddha's wisdom. Buddha's advice is not always obvious but certainly always helpful. What would Buddha do to get promoted? To influence others? To maintain job security? The answer to the first two questions is that he would simply do his job well. You would think that would also be the answer to the third question. But for the third, our authors teach us the Buddhist notion of impermanence--that in a world that is always changing, job security is an illusion. So although the Buddha himself was focused on liberation, he also offered guidance for the workaday world that, with elaboration from Metcalf add Gallagher Hateley, can itself prove liberating. --Brian Bruya
Booko found 2 book editions of What Would Buddha Do?: 101 Answers to Life's Daily Dilemmas by Franz Metcalf
What Would Buddha Do?
|Feb, 2011||Paperback||Being refreshed...||Being refreshed...|
What Would Buddha Do at Work?
|Aug, 2001||Book Format Not Supplied||Being refreshed...||Being refreshed...|
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