The Work Utopia Podcast
Summary: Is a Work Utopia possible? Can it be achieved through human resources, leadership, and corporate culture? The Work Utopia podcast explores topics such as management, feedback, change, emotion, building resilience, diversity, and transparency. What are the best ways for employees to achieve work satisfaction, and will that translate into customer satisfaction? Each week will feature a guest, with experience in management and employee satisfaction, that is actively involved in culture design and impact.
I was talking about rules and I brought up Buddhist virtues and non-virtues. Here is part one of a three part series explaining them, as I know them.
How do you approach exceptions? Do you have any rules that you life by? What do those exceptions ultimately do for you?
Have you been bored? If so, perhaps you are getting boring. The antidote is to learn. Life and culture is so rich. Take this opportunity, while you can, to get the most out of your life. http://workutopia.com
When you push for wanting more information and knowledge, does it ever hurt you? I've gone through this recently. I compare it to eating too much food. You have to know when to stop wanting more before it starts to hurt you. http://workutopia.com/better-method/
http://workutopia.com/questions-9-year-old/ Today's program is a Q and A from my nine year old daughter. It's mostly a podcast dedicated to her, but I share for all. Post Podcast Video Content Here: https://youtu.be/OjxPNcw5gls
http://workutopia.com/small-talk-negative-people-work/ Don't like the other person talking? Can't stand what they have to say? I've got a few things you can try....
http://workutopia.com/spiritual-practice-knowledge/ This program is about a brief look into my spiritual journey and how it became a tool for happiness and wisdom.
http://workutopia.com/ep55-your-time/ What does your time mean to you? Is it embedded with purpose? Are your days a blur or are they filled with meaning? Listen for Alexander's experiences on this episode.
This episode is an extension of the Raymond Aaron interview. Alexander goes into more detail on the reasons why people die: Health, Future, Friends, and Money.
http://workutopia.com/minimum-target-outrageous-interview-raymond-aaron/ Part 2 of the Raymond Aaron interview focuses on goal setting and achievement. Raymond is the bestselling Author of , ‘Chicken Soup For The Parent’s Soul’. Download a free copy of ‘Double Your Income Doing What You Love’, at http://aaron.com. http://www.monthlymentor.com/ http://aaron.com/events/
http://workutopia.com/how-to-live-longer-interview-w-raymond-aaron-part-1/ Raymond Aaron, is the bestselling Author of , ‘Chicken Soup For The Parent’s Soul’ & ‘Double Your Income Doing What You Love’. He joins me and shares his amazing wisdom on why people die. http://www.monthlymentor.com/ http://aaron.com/events/
http://workutopia.com/donald-trump-fuel-for-harsh-words/ Is Social Media becoming more negative? Donald Trump is ubiquitous on Twitter. How are you reacting to this? Are your actions helping the situation?
http://workutopia.com/what-to-do-with-pain/ Do you have painful memories? What do you do with them? Yesterday, I conjured up many old painful memories. This podcast episode is about my experience.
http://workutopia.com/start-to-your-day/ How do you start your day? Do you run? Do you jog? Do you smoke? Are you rushing? Did you stay up late? Do you need fast food to make it in time for work? Is the start of your day working for you?
http://workutopia.com/more-patience/ Are you patient? Were you born with this quality? Do you believe it’s a virtue? If you need more, how can you develop more of it? There is something that you can do. Listen to find out.