Tag Archives: Buddha

A Lesson from Candles

We are holding a lit and unlit candle. We light the unlit candle with the lit one. What we see is that the lighted one has not lost its original glow. It has simply passed its light to the other … Continue reading

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On the Value of Thinking the Opposite

In his book, Whatever You Think, Think the Opposite, Paul Arden challenges great leaders to expand their thinking by challenging their own views and taking the risk and challenge to see the world differently. In the chapter, The Age of … Continue reading

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As You Think, So Shall You Become

“The mind is everything. What you think, you become. What you feel, you attract. What you imagine, you create.” writes Buddha, reminding great leaders of the powerful influence of their thinking on their life. Their thoughts create their worldview of … Continue reading

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The Great Leader’s Four Ways of Being

In the Insigniam Quarterly’s Disruptive Leadership Issue, Werner H. Erhard and Michael C. Jensen share their thoughts on The Four Ways of Being That Create the Foundation for Great Leadership, a Great Organization, & a Great Personal. Life. The power of their message is in their focus … Continue reading

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On Will Power

Vince Lombardi, renowned football coach, said: “The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather a lack in will.” It is the will to challenge, experiment and innovate. It … Continue reading

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