A ZENgagement Moment.
Here is a short snippet from J. J. Gibbs on Dancing With Your Books: The Zen Way of Studying. It tells us that employee engagement is truly in the moment.
We are all familiar with the old saying, “If you are going to do the job, do it right!” This is called right effort in Zen. It is doing your best at whatever life brings to you to be done. It is the single principle by which some men and women live their lives.
Right effort requires complete attention to the task at hand. All else is extra. There should be no thoughts of consequences or gain. There is only the effort in the moment. If you are thinking of what your effort in the moment will get you, you are not in the moment. There is only the doing. Nothing else exists (p. 25).
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