How to Stop Being a Jerk – Podcast Episode No. 63

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Lodro Rinzler discusses Karma, and how understanding this concept helps us to be mindful of improving our good qualities. Also look out for Lodro’s forthcoming book with Hay House, co-authored by Meggan Watterson.

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Don’t be a jerk; stop not telling all your friends about the podcast!

Lodro Rinzler‘s advice and relationship columns appears regularly in the Huffington Post and Marie Claire online, and he has been featured in numerous publications, including Tricycle, the Shambhala Sun, Bloomberg Businessweek and Real Simple. He is the founder of the Institute for Compassionate Leadership, and was also a member of Barack Obama’s senatorial and presidential campaign team. The former executive director of the Boston Shambhala Center, Rinzler currently teaches at the New York Shambhala Meditation Center and lectures throughout North America. He is the author of the books, The Buddha Walks into a Bar, Walk Like a Buddha, and The Buddha Walks Into The Office . . . . He lives in Brooklyn.

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