We must constantly remind ourselves that we are "Human Beings" not "Human Doings."
Mindfulness is a better way to approach reality than thoughtfulness.
Too often, our egos get in the way of our natural ability to perceive reality as it truly is.
Happiness does not consist of having what we want.
Happiness is achieved by wanting what we have.
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A Quick Cultural View of Doing Business in Asia Confucius, Cultural Inertia and Cognitive Dissonance in China by Gary F. Keller and Creig R. Kronstedt, PhD.
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Anatomy of Group Behavior
Fear and Trembling: So You Have to Give a Speech.
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