Being Buddha at Work: 108 Ancient Truths on Change, Stress, Money, and Success [Audiobook]

Being Buddha at Work: 108 Ancient Truths on Change, Stress, Money, and Success [Audiobook]
Being Buddha at Work: 108 Ancient Truths on Change, Stress, Money, and Success [Audiobook] by Franz Metcalf, BJ Gallagher, read by BJ Gallagher
2012 | MP3@64 kbps | 5 hrs 7 mins | 140.68MB

There are lots of books that address how we should take care of ourselves, find calm, and enjoy happiness in a hectic work world. But few of those books apply the lessons of Buddhist thinking as resolution and guidance tools. These questions, though found in the modern day, are actually the core of all Buddha's teachings: impermanence, suffering, and the quest for happiness (freedom from suffering). This makes Buddha the kind of consultant or coach we need today in the workplace.

Following in the tradition of the authors' first best seller, this work goes on to explore and answer 101 dilemmas that we encounter at work, with topics that include time management, goal-setting, conflict, job dissatisfaction, unemployment, and even workplace trysts. The authors emphasize practical learning and coping, not esoteric insights or metaphysics, applying concrete solutions from Buddhist teachings to real problems in easily digestible chunks.

Collaborative Intelligence: Thinking with People Who Think Differently [Audiobook]

Collaborative Intelligence: Thinking with People Who Think Differently [Audiobook]
Collaborative Intelligence: Thinking with People Who Think Differently [Audiobook] by Dawna Markova, Angie McArthur, read by Ellen Archer
2015 | MP3@64 kbps + EPUB | 8 hrs 47 mins | 232.29MB

A breakthrough book on the transformative power of collaborative thinking.

Collaborative intelligence, or CQ, is a measure of our ability to think with others on behalf of what matters to us all. It is emerging as a new professional currency at a time when the way we think, interact, and innovate is shifting. In the past, "market share" companies ruled by hierarchy and top-down leadership. Today, the new market leaders are "mind share" companies, where influence is more important than power, and success relies on collaboration and the ability to inspire.

Collaborative Intelligence is the culmination of more than 50 years of original research that draws on Dawna Markova's background in cognitive neuroscience and her most recent work, with Angie McArthur, as a "professional thinking partner" to some of the world's top CEOs and creative professionals. Markova and McArthur are experts at getting brilliant yet difficult people to think together. They have been brought in to troubleshoot for Fortune 500 leaders in crisis and managers struggling to inspire their teams.

When asked about their biggest challenges at work, Markova and McArthur's clients all cite a common problem: other people. This response reflects the way we have been taught to focus on the gulfs between us rather than valuing our intellectual diversity - that is, the ways in which each of us is uniquely gifted, how we process information and frame questions, what kind of things deplete us, and what engages and inspires us. Through a series of practices and strategies, the authors teach us how to recognize our own mind patterns and map the talents of our teams, with the goal of embarking together on an aligned course of action and influence.

The Last Safe Investment: Spending Now to Increase Your True Wealth Forever [Audiobook]

The Last Safe Investment: Spending Now to Increase Your True Wealth Forever [Audiobook]
The Last Safe Investment: Spending Now to Increase Your True Wealth Forever [Audiobook] by Bryan Franklin, Michael Ellsberg, read by Tim Andres Pabon
2015 | MP3@64 kbps + EPUB | 7 hrs 14 mins | 180.91MB

Michael Ellsberg and Bryan Franklin think you've been fed a lie: that if you save for decades and invest in 401(k)s, IRAs, and a home, these investments will grow steadily over decades, allowing twenty to thirty years of secure, peaceful retirement.

This might have been true at some point in the last century, but it is not true any longer. If you want to get ahead and enjoy a life of prosperity, the authors argue that you must invest in the most powerful source of wealth you'll ever know: your own earning power.

Ellsberg and Franklin reveal how investing in yourself in various ways can guarantee a return much higher than the stock market or real estate.

Boosting your skills, leadership, persuasion ability, and your network enriches the quality and meaning of your life at the same time that it enriches your wallet.

Why wouldn't you bet on yourself?

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