Zimke42 OP t1_j01xi3t wrote

True, their passion does have to extend to taking care of the people in their team that make it happen. Management positions I had I always tried to do my best to take care of the people that worked with me and for me, but I sometimes got shit from upper management for it. Stupid crap like telling me I should be yelling at them every day and squeezing everything I could out of them. I built people up that were loyal because they knew I had their back.


Zimke42 OP t1_izx3zi7 wrote

Sadhguru has a program called Inner Engineering and it is a great place to start in my opinion. You learn a process called Shambavi Mahamudra that takes about 20-25 minutes. It is simple but powerful. There are lots of other options as well, like Surya Kriya, which is a hatha yoga practice. I've ended up going on and learning more practices as well now, but those are great starting places, and for some people, it is more than enough.


Zimke42 OP t1_izx1v5n wrote

I do quite a bit of traditional yoga, and it helps me. Before I was so bound up with chronic pain, anxiety, and depression to get much done. If I was an inspiration to anyone it was that I could keep moving when everything hurt. Since doing traditional yoga practices I have been able to get free from chronic pain, and 40 years of anxiety and depression. Now I can actually do more work in the world to accomplish things, grow my business, get much more deeply involved in charity work, as well as being a lot more fun to be around. ;)