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Life Lessons from The Heart of Work

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Life Lessons, broadcasting from Tokyo with Hiroshi (Henry) Yaita, The Heart of Work.

What inspired Ryuho Okawa to think about what work means to our lives?

Why does Ryuho Okawa think of our work and our heart not as separate parts of our lives but inseparable. Why does he think of our inner world and our work as the same things, just expressed in different forms?

Who is the audience for this book? Young executives in their twenties to thirties or directors and corporate magnates? Do you believe most people are grateful that they have work to do and is this important?

Are individuals imbued with the desire to work? Are humans different in terms of creativity when it comes to work? What are the different forms of compensation God has given us?Discuss the three steps to devoting your life to work: Discovering Your Calling; Developing a Zest for Work and Filling Your Heart With Gratitude.Why is it important to identify your core mission and objectives in work and how is that done? Why is setting priorities with your work so important?

Why is it so important at work to have great relationships? How do you plan for Career Success according to the book? Where does joy in work fit in? Becoming a useful person?Why is it important to use other people’s skills?  What are the three ways to understand human beings more deeply? How do true leaders face adversity selflessly? Why is it important in business to aim for new frontiers? What are the three conditions of leadership? How is work related to love? Why is empathy defined as the key to working with love? The book states that work is about serving people’s needs. What does this mean? It also states that service-mindedness is part of the spirit of love? Explain this. Explain the connection between relaxation and happiness. Does there need to be a balance between work and rest?