Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff relies on the same Zen Buddhist concept that propelled Steve Jobs to success
Benioff calls this approach to business "beginner's mind." It's a concept from Zen Buddhism, and it describes constantly seeing the world anew, as if you didn't know anything about it. The Forbes profile
"Sweetie, you're not getting this. I could be like Hannibal Lector and bite a nose off a face. I could have my guys kill for me, but I liked it to be up close and personal. I killed pimps, cho mo's [Child
How do we respond to a world that seems out of control? The world seems that way because it is out of control -- the sun rises whether we want it to or not, the toaster breaks, someone cuts you off on
The Master can't seek fulfillment. She's already filled to the brim; there isn't room for a drop more. When you have what you want -- when you are what you want -- there's no impulse to seek anything yourself.
With Thanksgiving just behind us, we are fully immersed in the holiday season. Messages of gratitude, togetherness and family are in abundance. While they outwardly communicate positive themes, they can
In the absence of defensiveness, gratitude is all that’s left. I’ve come to see that there is no such thing as criticism, there are only observations. And there is no observation that does not enlighten