“Greater awareness,” like “happiness,” may be the current holy grail of businesspeople and spiritual practitioners alike. What do these abstract concepts look like in the day-to-day? How do we “get” greater awareness and happiness?
It’s human to take awareness and happiness for granted when things are going well. So what do we do when we mess up, and those crucial elements are in short supply? More painfully, what do we do when the people we look up to mess up?
Lastly, with practice we may get better and better at being more aware, at feeling happier, and yet challenges inevitably continue to arise. When are we “done?”
Join Renewal Funds Chairman Joel Solomon and I as we attempt to shed light on these nuts-and-bolts of how to make life work, and work life. It’s the stuff a sustainable life – full of awareness and happiness – is made of.
This is the sixth in a series of interviews with Joel Solomon, on the theme of what money, consciousness, work and love have to do with one another.
In our previous vlog Joel shared his experiences of how business and life can be both vehicles for and manifestations of truly holistic health (3.5 min).
If you’re wondering, “Why would I listen to this guy Joel Solomon?” click here for two minutes regarding his remarkable journey.
For a three-minute video on money as a spiritual path, its nutritive value, and the effects of how it is placed, click here.
For a six-minute video on Joel’s journey to his position on the vanguard of the social entrepreneurship and social finance fields, and on how finance and business are hybrids of both the sacred and profane, click here.
Watch this four-minute vid on how combining business and finance with spirituality can save the planet.
This 3.5-minute video covers Joel’s approach to truth, skillful communication, and how to play well with others in the boardroom.
We discuss how business can be a vehicle for awareness and holistic health in this 3.5-minute vlog.
Want to know whether meditation is a discipline or vehicle for pleasure (even better sex)? Watch this 3.5-minute interview.
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