The classic Zen concept of “beginner’s mind” is finding popularity in American business circles. Minh Do looks at what that means for Buddhism.
With the release of Incredibles 2, Pixar has brought $13 billion between 20 feature films. Before the animation studio was a household name, Lawrence Levy helped the company find its “middle way” between business and storytelling.
Following Don Draper’s meditation-based epiphany in the finale of “Mad Men,” 14 examples of meditation and commerce colliding.
According to Ryan Honeyman, the world’s biggest consultants are trying to persuade corporations be more socially and environmentally mindful.
Via Business Insider Australia: “Niraj Lal, of the Australian National University, found during his PhD at the University of Cambridge, that small nano-sized versions of Buddhist singing bowls resonate with light in the same way as they do with sound. He’s applied this shape to solar cells to increase their ability to capture more light […]
From China today comes a story which might be heartening to those who practice their ollies as well as the dharma.
In China, and interested in the Dalai Lama? There’s no app for that.
“Are some Buddhist magazines behind the times?” That’s the question, posed by James of The Buddhist Blog. Rod Meade Sperry answers him.
Melvin McLeod looks at two articles that address how corporations and individuals can make the world a better place via Buddhist principles.
When the Dalai Lama recently spoke on the economic crisis, he diagnosed the problem as a crisis of individual moral responsibility.