Article by Zhang Xinuye of Create Abundance
Business leaders’ lives are very busy and full there is not a lot of time and sometimes that means doing their meditation routines on the go. Many do make time to attend retreats, or classes and some have private sessions. Business leaders have noted and felt the benefits of meditation and will not compromise by missing a day.
Larry Brilliant is the former director of Google and lived for two years in an ashram in the Himalayas practicing meditation. Larry a doctor who was encouraged by his guru to join the World Health Organization says meditation increases creativity, mindfulness, and compassion.
Nouriel Roubini is a professor of economics and international business at the Leonard N Stern School of Business at New York University has taken up the practice of transcendental meditation to help with focus and clarity. He has joined a mediation center where Matthieu Ricard a Tibetan monk runs a meditation class.
Melinda Gates is a philanthropist and the ex-wife of Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates. Melinda says that she wakes every morning at 6.30 am and has a ritual of an hour of quiet time to reflect on the day ahead do some spiritual reading and spend 10 minutes every day meditating. Melinda says “The first thing I do in the morning is to meditate. No matter where I am in the world, that’s my one non-negotiable. Investing even a few minutes in meditation makes the whole day happier and more productive.”
About the author: Zhang Xinyue was born and grew up in China she is world-renowned as a body-mind-spirit teacher and author of the book Create Abundance. She has dedicated 15 years of her life to the study and practice of body-mind-spirit cultivation. Create Abundance by Zhang Xinyue who is a spiritual therapist and psychologist should be on everyone’s bookshelf. For more information see Zhang Xinyue.