Buddha in the Boardroom – Book Review

Book Review: 'Buddha in the Boardroom' award-winning book teaches you how to thrive in today's stressful and chaotic workplace. This book is just for the professionals

‘Buddha in the Boardroom’ award-winning book teaches you how to thrive in today’s stressful and chaotic workplace. This book is not just for the professionals – it’s for everyone.

Buddha in the Boardroom - Book Review

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Writer’s Digest magazine selected ‘Buddha in the Boardroom’ as one of the top self-published books for 2005. It is an entertaining and clever mix of business challenges and Buddhist philosophy.

“What a charming and beautiful book! MacConnell and Mosher successfully paired simple, beautiful Buddhist wisdom with everyday life, focusing on the work environment. It’s a great idea to have a Buddha in your Boardroom. Simple Buddhist wisdom can be helpful wherever you are… This is a short and pleasant read with great substance.

Writer’s Digest magazine

Discover the secrets of the original self-help Guru. More than 2,500 years ago, the Buddha revealed to his followers what Western medicine only 200 years ago discovered: that emotional suffering can be as debilitating and painful as physical suffering.

Buddhism teaches that it is possible to manage our relationships well and have a happier life. Your chaotic and stressful work environment can actually be described as a series of relationships. These relationships include your boss, co-workers, customers or salesmen, competitors, suppliers, and boss. You can make your job more fun and less stressful by understanding how to manage these relationships in the workplace.

This book will show you and your friends how to relate to each other.

Heather McGough

Discover why “Buddha in The Boardroom” is called “the business book that inspires”. You’ll find it funny, sometimes severe. There are 30 chapters and 138 pages.

Because Buddhism isn’t in conflict with any other religion or science, it is universally accepted. You can see why Buddhism isn’t for everyone. It’s for people who want to live happier, more productive lives.

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