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Published in 2016 by Penguin Random House, my personal development book The Buddha in Me, the Buddha in You – a handbook for happiness has dozens of 5-star reviews and has sold thousands of copies worldwide. Also available in French – Le Bonheur dort au fond de Soi.
Featured Blog Posts
Lose the labels that limit you
As I wrote in my last post, Nichiren Buddhism teaches that each of us has innate brilliance. And I often tell delegates on my training courses that we are all magnificent works in progress. When we deeply respect others, we get this point and are able to see their potential, (even though right now they… read more
How to choose the best mentor for your life – 10 top tips
How can we become happy in life and carry on growing? One of the best ways is to choose an inspirational mentor. Here are 10 tips on how to choose a great mentor, based on my experience of both business and Buddhism. Choose someone who: 1. has been and remains a brilliant pupil / follower himself 2. sees your… read more
The difference between arrogance and confidence
I was coaching a company director recently who was struggling to get the best from his team. In conversation he revealed that he was worried about appearing ‘too successful’, adding that there was a “very fine line between confidence and arrogance.” But Buddhism explains that they come from completely different places. Confident leaders want other… read more