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6. Happiness from Eastern Wisdom

6. Happiness from Eastern Wisdom

Update: 2020-06-22


To be effective in your life and work, you must be willing to expand your happiness horizons beyond your own culture. In Arthur's own life, he's often looked to India as a source of inspiration on how best to combine material knowledge with metaphysical insight. In this episode, he is joined by Professor of Practice at Columbia Business School and Mentora Institute founder, Hitendra Wadhwa, for a discussion on how blending Eastern and Western philosophies can help you discover your full potential and build a life on the foundations of moral living, spiritual practice, and wisdom.

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References and further reading:

The Three Shifts of Leadership Mastery | Hitendra Wadhwa

Staying Inspired in Times of Tumult | Hitendra Wadhwa

An Open Letter to America | Hitendra Wadhwa

The Bet, 2020 - A Parable for our Pandemic Times | Hitendra Wadhwa

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6. Happiness from Eastern Wisdom

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The Art of Happiness with Arthur Brooks