In an historic 1972 talk, TM Founder Maharishi Mahesh Yogi talks about the key to effective leadership. He emphasizes the importance of appreciating the good qualities of others and why this is essential for those who are aspiring to be effective leaders. Maharishi explains that we inspire others by congratulating the good in them, and he highlights the importance of not dwelling on their mistakes or shortcomings.
Bob Roth, CEO of the David Lynch Foundation (DLF), joined host Mario Orsatti, Senior Teacher of the DLF Center for Health and Wellness, to talk about this archival discussion on January 10, 2021. This popular episode was rebroadcast on November 27, 2022.
Maharishi introduced the Transcendental Meditation program worldwide beginning in 1959. Since then, more than 10 million people of all ages, cultures, and religions have learned the TM technique. In 1963, Maharishi published his seminal book, Science of Being and Art of Living, which was translated into 15 languages. His second book, published in 1967, was Maharishi Mahesh Yogi on the Bhagavad-Gita: A New Translation and Commentary. He wrote many more books and circled the globe numerous times, speaking with world leaders and lecturing widely.
Maharishi also inspired a revolution in the scientific study of higher states of consciousness. Over 700 published studies over the past 50 years have demonstrated the far-reaching benefits of the TM technique and its advanced programs in all areas of life.
Maharishi explains that we inspire others by congratulating the good in them, and he highlights the importance of not dwelling on their mistakes or shortcomings.
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