Consciousness On The Job with Jeff Klein

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Whether you're an hourly employee, owner of a small business, or C.E.O. of a large corporation, your work can be your greatest source of stress and aggravation - or it can be an enriching, enlightening part of your life. Jeff Klein's work is one of his greatest sources of joy, and he's made it his vocation to help others find ways to bring real consciousness to the jobs they do every day. He tells fascinating stories of successful entrepreneurs, who bring a rare brand of connection to their businesses, and suggestions for how you can deepen the mindfulness you bring to your own workday. He explains, "When you recognize that work and business are spiritual paths, paths for growth and development for yourself and others and relationship, then every day, every challenge, every opportunity, every passage changes you in some way. It deepens your awareness. It deepens your embodiment. It deepens your ability to connect. It deepens your ability to collaborate. It deepens your ability to build an awesome business." (hosted by Michael Toms)


Jeff Klein is C.E.O. of Cause Alliance Marketing, which specializes in blending social issues and business objectives of its clients, and co-founder and president of Conscious Capitalism, Inc., a nonprofit that works to liberate the entrepreneurial spirit for good works. His clients have included Seeds of Change, Peace Cereal, the Esalen Institute, the Institute of Noetic Sciences, and the National Geographic Society.

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Topics Explored in This Dialogue

  • Why every business is essentially a service organization
  • The true, conscious definition of success in business
  • Why true social change can only happen if we change our system of capitalism
  • Why being vulnerable can help you find more meaning in your work
  • How you can be an agent for change in your own business environment
Host: Michael Toms      Interview Date: 1/12/2010       Program Number: 3337