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Making Things Better: The Power of Cooperation Speech

Making Things Better: The Power of Cooperation

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Distinguished retreat leader Arnaud Maitland's enlightening and enriching hour-long recorded seminar is based on the renowned Tibetan lama Tarthang Tulku's book Skillful Means, which promotes a method aiming to integrate all of the energy centers in the body.

Maitland's welcoming, unpretentious tone in Making Things Better: The Power of Cooperation puts the listener at ease from the start as he delivers Tulku's core message stressing the importance of synergy and integration in the workplace and in all aspects of life.

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Confident that we are all working together for shared ends, we learn to respect one another. This title helps you realize that each of us is contributing to the whole.

(P)2005 Dharma Publishing

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