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How can you combine the best of the West/Capitalism and the best of the East/Buddhism, into a sum greater than the parts?

How can you combine the best of the West/Capitalism and the best of the East/Buddhism, into a sum greater than the parts?

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Dramaless Progress Aaron Ross 2006 Dramaless Progress Aaron Ross 2006 Presentation Transcript

  • 3 questions:
  • Why are you here?
  • Where are you going?
  • Why there?
  • Vicious Circle Ego Rules Raises Competition Fear Work for self Habituation & Addiction Status / $ / Control Frustration Entitlement Cravings Aversions Cheating Unhappiness
  • 3 (more) questions:
  • What makes you happy?
  • What is your personal vision?
  • How aware are you of - you?
  • Virtuous Circle Happily Hyper-productive Self-awareness Integrity Equanimity Appreciation Life as Choices Progress Aspiration Development Cooperation Work for Team Acceptance Vision / Purpose
  • Establishing a Virtuous Circle
    • Self-Awareness : where are we?
    • Understanding : why is this important?
    • True Vision : where do we want to go?
    • Aligned Goals : how do we get there?
    • Supportive Environment : the system itself can create problems; recreate a healthy one.
    • Commitment : identify weak links
    • Consistent Practice : start again at #1…never take #1-#6 for granted
  • Aaron Ross [email_address]
  • Example sources
    • “The Seven Day Weekend”
      • http://www.amazon.com/Seven-Day-Weekend/dp/B0009S5AVW
    • “The 4 Agreements”
      • http://www.amazon.com/Four-Agreements-Practical/dp/1878424319
    • “Wooden”
      • http://www.amazon.com/Wooden-John/dp/0809230410