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7 Things to Remember When You Think You're Not Good Enough

Do you ever feel like the pressures of the workweek get you down? Check out these 7 tips from Tiny Buddha to help you bring out your inner Beyoncé. "We can't hate ourselves into a version of ourselves we can love." - Lori Deschene Sometimes...Show More Summary

Video: Lori Deschene on success “with a backbone of meaning”

Lori Deschene is the creator of the wildly popular website Tiny Buddha, which was recently turned into a book (read Andrea Miller’s review here.) She’s also one of ten authors and teachers who contributed to our September 2012 magazine‘s special section “Real Peace in Times of Stress,” offering tips on relieving the stress that comes [...]

Happiness and Choices

“If you get lost in a trigger that thrusts you to a painful event, take a deep breath and remember: we can’t change that we’ve hurt before, be we can choose not to suffer now.” ~Lori Deschene, Founder of TinyBuddha.com I perceive happiness to be a choice. It can be as much of a choice [...]

Tiny Buddha, Big Wisdom: Asking Life’s Deep Questions

I’m not a huge fan of vague, flowery, New Age jargon, so I’ve gone to great effort to keep this book practical and rooted in reality. ~ Tiny Buddha I absolutely loved and heartily recommend that you too devour Lori Deschene’s Tiny Buddha. I loved it precisely because Lori means what she says above. The [...]Show More Summary

Tiny Buddha – An Interview with Lori Deschene (+ Book Giveaway)

Today I'm very happy to feature Lori Deschene. Lori is the founder of the hugely popular blog, TinyBuddha.com, and she has just released a book called Tiny Buddha: Simple Wisdom for Life’s Hard Questions. I have read the book and can honestly say it's one of the best books I have read this year - it's insightful, personal and practical. Show More Summary

Book Review: Tiny Buddha, Simple Wisdom for Life’s Hard Questions

“True freedom is the freedom from your own self-imposed limitations. It’s the ability to accept situations as they are, in all their abundance and all their lack…” – Lori Deschene Personal. Practical. Positive. Inspiring. And far more compelling than I ever expected. A few weeks back, I was thrilled to have an opportunity to preview [...]

Lori Deschene at the Wanderlust Festival Speakeasy Lecture Series | Stratton, VT 2011 (Video Inside)

3 years agoFitness / Yoga : Yoganonymous

“Tiny Buddha” founder, Lori Deschene, explores how social media can either help us or hinder us in forming meaningful, authentic connections. Lori Deschene is the founder of Tiny Buddha, a community blog that publishes tips and stories about letting go of pain and embracing happiness. In addition to sharing her own struggles and insights and encouraging [...]

Conversations from Wisdom 2.0, Part 3: TinyBuddha.com’s Lori Deschene on success, “with a backbone of meaning” (Video)

Last weekend’s Wisdom 2.0 conference in Silicon Valley, with its theme of “merging wisdom and technology,” often times addressed how we might best bring these together in the realms of business and careers. One panel, called “The New Social Media: Serving the Ego or a Tool for Wisdom and Social Change?” included Lori Deschene, the [...]

Shambhala Sun Space’s Rod Meade Sperry Interviews Naropa University President Dr. Stuart Lord at Wisdom 2.0

As part of his ongoing series of super-cool interviews from Wisdom 2.0 (he’s already posted one with Mind Deep blogger Marguerite Manteau-Rao and has another on the way with TinyBuddha.com’s Lori Deschene), our bud and editor at Shambhala Sun Space, Rod Meade Sperry, presents this interview with Dr. Stuart Lord, president of my alma mater Naropa University:

"I Knew Far More About Happiness When I Was 8 Years Old Than I'd Learn in Decades to Follow!"

Interview: Lori Deschene. Karl Staib of Work Happy Now fame was kind enough to make an e-introduction for me and Lori Deschene, who has the great site Tiny Buddha -- "simple wisdom for complex lives." One of my happiness-project resolutions...

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