Blue has a meditative and relaxing power. It flows into the eyes like a stream that runs through the woods.
“Leaders of next generations must absolutely study the Zen philosophy”.
According to the most popular leading giants (such as Apple and Google), you must know the Zen theory of language to be successful at work.
It stimulates creative thinking but above all it helps you to get to know yourself better and how to relate to others.
Thanks to the Zen philosophy we get to find our inner balance and only through that we’ll be able to change our present and future. All this sounds very conceptual, that’s why today we’ll give you 3 useful Zen tips for work:
- Get rid of things: you’ll get to work a lot better if you tidy up things around you, by getting rid of useless objects and stacked documents. This is true both from a material point of view (organize your physical space to organize your mind) and a psychological point of view (don’t be afraid if it’s time to leave your job or sell your business).
- Reproaching: in an Era characterized bysusceptibility and hyper sensibility, reproaching has in itself a feeling of affection andattention but it’s also an input to allow the spokesperson to grow. It’s a tool to be carefully used at the right time, to be alternated with words of motivation and respect.
- Sit the right way: we are notonly talking about a posture exercise but of a life principle. Having a good posture is important not only to better meditate, it’s essential for your work performance. You must have good posture and the right attitude towards work and focus on the main goals without stopping at the first hurdle and result.
Moreover, don’t forget to look at your colleagues as allies and not as enemies: working together is satisfying. Besides, recognizing others success means recognizing your own success. At last, try to relax yourself before going home and leave your frustrations, anxieties and negativities out the door.
If you would like to deepen your knowledge on Zen tips for work, read K. Shimazu’s book “Manual of a Buddhist monk for being successful at work”, whose author is a Japanese manager who became a Buddhist monk in 2011.
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