By Lodro Rinzler
Budismo para estar en l. a. oficina es una guía para convertirnos en los auténticos líderes que el planeta necesita.
Lordo Rinzler comparte su sabiduría para ofrecernos una guía de supervivencia, darnos consejos para encontrar trabajo y enseñarnos a tener compasión y a dar significado a nuestra vida diaria. Es sabiduría budista que sirve a cualquiera.
La pregunta "¿Qué quiero hacer con mi vida?" es cada vez más difícil de contestar en el mundo de hoy. No sólo los trabajos se ven distintos y están poblados de cretinos, sino que los caminos para hacer carrera en una empresa están realmente desdibujados.
Para los que ya están familiarizados con las enseñanzas de Buda y también para los que aún no lo están, Lordo Rinzler habla en este libro específicamente sobre el mahayana, es decir, las enseñanzas que nos dicen cómo llevar l. a. mente y el corazón abiertos a todas nuestras interacciones con el mundo.
Otros autores han opinado:
"Un magnífico libro que es realmente divertido de leer. Es accesible, very important y te cambia l. a. vida." -Seth Godin, autor de La vaca púrpura-
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