I found this lecture interesting, and Gregory Schopen’s tie is amazing.
Why is it that Buddhist practitioners and contemplative people are sometimes not so great at budgets, profit and loss, marketing, and all the other things that make successful businesses?I was reminded the other day – as the director of a nonprofit – that with very few differences, a nonprofit is completely a business, and needs to be run as such.What do you think? Is business for cut-throat, non-spiritual pirates? Or do spiritual people need to learn how to use spreadsheets as part of their practice?

More from Beliefnet and our partners
Close Ad