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This is the fourth in a six part series looking at Buddhism in Business. In this part, I look at how the principles of Buddhism help us to understand that there is a difference between intentions and goals – and about learning to let goals go.
In part 3 of this series of articles looking into Buddhism in Business – I look at the attachments we have to our views and understand how it influences behaviour. I also continue my struggle to get to grips with mastering my meditation techniques.
Following on from Part 1 – I continue the course in Buddhism at the Manchester Buddhist Centre. Whilst getting to grips with meditation – the realisation that the ability to “Go Forth” and help others comes to light as well as discovering \”the middle way\”.
I recently attended a six week foundation course in Buddhism at the Manchester Buddhism Centre. In this article I will look at whether applying Buddhism in business could improve wellbeing, performance and results. It was certainly an eye-opening experience.