Mingyur Rinpoche explains how to train our Monkey Mind/Meditate in simple terms and how we can meditate everywhere and anytime.
Today's greatest companies are fueled by passion and purpose, not cash. They earn large profits by helping all thier stakeholders thrive: customers, investors, employees, partners, communities, and society. These rare, authentic firms of endearment act in powerfully positive ways that stakeholders recognize, value, admire, and even love. They make the world better by the way [...]
When harnessed properly, humour and laughter can be powerful tools for delivering an honest message in a good-natured way that captures the attention of audiences, without using corporate jargon. A recent study found that a sense of humour was seen as one of the most important qualities in effective leaders (Bell Leadership Institute, Humour gives [...]
David L. Cooperrider, Ph.D. is the Fairmount Minerals Professor of Social Entrepreneurship at the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University. Dr. Cooperrider is past Chair of the National Academy of Management's OD Division and has lectured and taught at Harvard, Stanford, University of Chicago, Katholieke University in Belgium, MIT, University of Michigan, Cambridge [...]
OAT makes things bloom. We have a passion for meaningful products that combine quality craftsmanship, inspiring designs and exceptional materials that are safe for you and safe for the earth. Everything we do, everything we use and create has an impact, however big or small. And every day we can choose what that impact is going [...]
From Conjectures of a Guilty Bystander Thomas Merton’s Louisville Epiphany In Louisville, at the corner of Fourth and Walnut, in the center of the shopping district, I was suddenly overwhelmed with the realization that I loved all those people, that they were mine and I theirs, that we could not be alien to one another [...]
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Barry Kerzin, M.D., personal physician to the Dalai Lama and founder of the Altruism in Medicine Institute, will address the 156 members of the incoming class of the University of Louisville School of Medicine and guests at the school’s White Coat Ceremony on Sunday, July 24. Kerzin, an American trained physician and [...]
Death is not frightening if we recognize that dying is not the absolute end. Such was the message conveyed by Dr. Barry Kerzin, a Buddhist monk and physician to the Dalai Lama, who discussed "Approaching Death Without Fear" on Friday in the Samuelson Chapel at California Lutheran University.
For years, assistance dogs have been used to detect low blood sugar levels in their diabetic owners and warn of an impending hypoglycemia attack. Scientists have finally figured out how dogs are able to accomplish this feat—an insight that could lead to new medical sensors. Dogs don’t so much see the world as they do [...]
Death is not frightening if we recognize that dying is not the absolute end. Such was the message conveyed by Dr. Barry Kerzin, a Buddhist monk and physician to the Dalai Lama, who discussed "Approaching Death Without Fear" on Friday in the Samuelson Chapel at California Lutheran University. "Death is actually a part of life [...]