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“The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool.”

william shakespeare

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Inner Tech vs. Outer Tech

In the Conscious Business course I teach at ESSEC Business School, I talk about the distinction between Inner Tech versus Outer Tech. Technologies are means humans use to solve some of their problems. Material technologies have been developed based on scientific observations to help individuals, groups, societies, and civilizations survive, thrive, grow, and expand. InContinue reading “Inner Tech vs. Outer Tech”

Why Space X (and other high-tech companies) should also care about Earth and the poor.

Image by SpaceX-Imagery from Pixabay Return to Space is a remarkably well-done Netflix documentary. For anyone remotely interested in SpaceX, getting up to date on space exploration, or just getting a thrill of a human adventure, I would highly recommend it. After watching it, I had mixed feelings: On the one hand, I was deeplyContinue reading “Why Space X (and other high-tech companies) should also care about Earth and the poor.”

10 Ethical Principles of Classical Yoga as helpful guidelines for Conscious Leadership (3/3)

Image by Okan Caliskan from Pixabay In the previous two articles (part 1 and part 2), I shared the first six ethical principles of Classical Yoga which can be helpful to more Conscious Leadership. Here are the four more to have a complete picture: 7. Santosha: Contentment Santosha is the art of contentment. No matterContinue reading “10 Ethical Principles of Classical Yoga as helpful guidelines for Conscious Leadership (3/3)”

10 Ethical Principles of Classical Yoga as helpful guidelines for Conscious Leadership (2/3)

Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay In a first article, I shared the first three ethical principles of Classical Yoga which can be helpful to more Conscious Leadership. Here are three more: 4. Brahmacharya: Chastity One of my mentors, Michel Vallier, used to say: “I don’t take my meat where I take my bread.” BehindContinue reading “10 Ethical Principles of Classical Yoga as helpful guidelines for Conscious Leadership (2/3)”

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