Einstein's
Business

We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.
Albert Einstein

 

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Einstein's Business:
Engaging Soul, Imagination and Excellence
in the Workplace

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At this threshold of our species’ evolution there is an increasing recognition that new ways of thinking and being are needed to create the radical changes necessary for humanity to survive on this planet. Business is not exempt—it’s at the center of this radical change. Business can even be the lynchpin around which the rest of social transformation takes place. As we attempt to orchestrate our continuity on this planet, business can lead the way as we relinquish our addiction to control and to the extreme competitiveness that has paralyzed us and prevented us from uniting to address the urgency of the crisis at hand.

In this anthology, some of the best-selling business authors of today infuse their visions, experiences, and insights into the ongoing conversation about how to find solutions to seemingly impossible challenges. The guiding principles for the book are derived from the inspiring, timeless wisdom of Albert Einstein, a man who modeled the ability to be a channel for intuitive, imaginative, and collective intelligence. From that realm we can draw on collective intelligence to re-invent ourselves and to lead business differently in the world. This book celebrates Einstein’s vision of an expanded consciousness as it penetrates, with increasing momentum, into organizations. It embraces humility while stepping into fierce resolve. It shifts cynical attitudes into enthusiastic mindsets. It transforms apathy into renewed motivation. And it shows us how to inhabit the present in our work, while at the same time creating a richly imagined future.

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“Learn from yesterday,
live for today,
hope for tomorrow.
The important thing is
not to stop questioning.”

—Albert Einstein