This holistic guide helps listeners build skill and confidence in all life's endeavors by explaining the relationship between thought and action, theory and practice. Buddhist philosopher Arnaud Maitland exudes understated resolve and tranquility in this live seminar, rooted in the teachings of lama-turned-author Tarthang Tulku. From meditation techniques to building a better workplace, Maitland teaches listeners to cultivate their skills, lead lives of success and satisfaction, and avoid pitfalls to reaching their potential. One of the few remaining lamas to have received his education in pre-1959 Tibet, Tulku has been instrumental in adapting Buddhist thought for western lifestyles.
Skill is based on confidence in what is real, what is valuable and what is possible. It is possible to transform habits of failure and frustration into patterns for success and satisfaction.