Video: Gadadhar Pandit: “Stress Management for Work-Life Balance”

In his book, Urban Monk: Exploring Karma, Consciousness, and the Divine, Pandit writes about how he learned to deal with and overcome the loss of his family’s multi-million dollar... Read more »

Emotional Intelligence (EQ)

Emotional Intelligence – EQ – is a relatively recent behavioural model, rising to prominence with Daniel Goleman’s 1995 Book called ‘Emotional Intelligence’. The early Emotional Intelligence theory was originally... Read more »

Video: Global Food Economics by David McWilliams

Punk Economics video takes some altitude and looks at the global food economy: where it is now, how we got here – and what we might see in the... Read more »

Video: Radhanath Swami in HSBC London,UK

His Holiness summarised how Rama’s primary focus was to deal with every situation morally and with integrity. Trials, tribulation and pain give birth to the greatest of opportunities. Through... Read more »

Video: Measuring What Makes Life Worthwhile

“what could happen if during these tough times I focused on making all my employees, from the desk clerk to the cleaners of the rooms, truly happy?” Read more »

Video: Rasanath Das on Practice of Monasticism in a World of Business

Rasanath Das is a monk as well as a former management consultant and investment banker. Rasanath shares his incredible journey- from his life as an “external achievement machine”, to... Read more »

Video: Seth Godin – Sliced bread and other marketing delights

Marketing genius Seth Godin talks about the new generation of marketing and why the traditional method of aiming for the center of your projected demographic curve, the common denominator... Read more »

Video: Daniel H. Pink – Drive (Autonomy, Mastery, Purpose vs. Stick Approach)

Pink presents conclusive evidence of what we already know deep down – that what makes us want to get out of bed every morning has nothing to do... Read more »

Video: Mark Albion’s More Than Money

Money is important but it’s not the key to fulfillment. The “safe” choice, the most monetarily rewarding one, can carry enormous psychological and spiritual pain. As Ralph Waldo Emerson... Read more »