My Zen Path

Dear reader,

This short note is about the newsletter sent earlier today. The newsletter was sent with the old text in the mailer that did not match the articles/stories. The newsletter is automated to be delivered on the last Saturday of the month and I write new text in it before it is sent. Instead of 30th April it was sent today morning by the third-party newsletter program. I am sorry about it, I had not anticipated it. The third-party newsletter program seems to be delivering on the 4th Saturday of the month. 

I am including 3 recent posts in this newsletter for everyone: What Drives Us? Understanding Motivation, In search of meaning, Be happy, work better!. 

 

I have been occupied with few other commitment recently so I could not write as much as I would have liked. I am hoping to make up for it in the next few weeks.   

The next newsletter would be sent on the 28th Of May, 2016. Do write back with your comments, feedback about the site and newsletter. 

Thank you!

~ Manish @ MyZenPath.com
October 1st, 2020

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Drive: Understanding Motivation

What Drives Us? Understanding Motivation

Daniel Pink is a best-selling author and has written five books about business, work, and management. Pink worked in several positions in politics and economic policy. He was chief speechwriter for US Vice President Al Gore. In 1997, he quit his job to be on his own and he has written five books since. In his book Drive: The Surprising …

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In search of meaning

In search of meaning

Finding meaning is profound and essential part of our life. Whether we realize this or not, as Carl Jung says: We cannot stand meaningless life! Yet, at times many of us feel that our life is meaningless. When life, work or relationships seem meaningless, many people resort to different things - some distract themselves with pleasures of various kinds, some …

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Can we be happier at work?

Be happy, work better!

Shawn Achor takes a look at it from perspective of positive psychology. He is the CEO of Good Think Inc., a Cambridge-based consulting firm which researches positive outliers; people who are well above average; to understand where human potential, success and happiness intersect. He researches and teaches about positive psychology. We believe we should work hard in order to be …

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