A MODICUM OF MENG’S MENTIONS IN THE MEDIA
THE NEW YORK TIMES
September 1st, 2007
Hey, Who's He? With Gwyneth? The Google Guy
I was on the cover of the print edition and also on the nytimes.com homepage!
"In the video up top, Meng explores how self-love, loving-kindness, and awareness of mortality can combat the 'my family is crazy'-ies."
It's hard to be mindful these days. Silicon Valley spiritual advisor @chademeng is trying to change that. Listen. http://www.wnyc.org/story/meditation-silicon-valley-chade-meng-tan/
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Chade-Meng Tan gives practical advice on how you can easily and quickly access joy
Wow, I had no idea I had so many appearances on Korean TV news. A friend recently sent me these video links. http://www.btnnews.tv/news/articleView.html?idxno=29915 (Chade-Meng Tan meets with Korean Buddhists) http://www.btnnews.tv/news/articleView.html?idxno=29970...
This column is part of Globe Careers’ Leadership Lab series, where executives and experts share their views and advice about leadership and management.
When Google famously allowed its engineers to spend 20 per cent of their time pursuing a passion, Chade-Meng Tan decided to spend his time on a cause dear to his heart: creating the conditions for world peace within his lifetime. After much research and consultation...
In this special report for CBS's 60 Minutes, Anderson Cooper reports on what it's like to try to achieve "mindfulness," a self-awareness scientists say is very healthy, but rarely achieved in today's world of digital distractions. Read the Transcript Here Watch it...
Chade-Meng Tan, the search engine giant's Jolly Good Fellow, on meditation, acceptance and the power of positive business
The "Focus Movement" is being embraced by entrepreneurs big and small. The payoff? A more productive workplace.
When Google engineer-turned-mindfulness expert Chade-Meng Tan gives a talk in front of a group of Silicon Valley developers and executives, he often starts with a simple exercise.
Google is going Zen. Silicon Valley is well known for its lucrative employee perks, but now companies are offering meditation and mindfulness courses to employees and there's a long waiting list to attend. Google's "Search Inside Yourself" course has been taken by...
The search giant is getting onto the meditation cushion. And this #unplug isn't about enlightenment.
CHADE-MENG TAN IS PERCHED ON A CHAIR, his lanky body folded into a half-lotus position. “Close your eyes,” he says. His voice is a hypnotic baritone, slow and rhythmic, seductive and gentle. “Allow your attention to rest on your breath: The in-breath, the out-breath,...
Chade-Meng Tan is an amazing guy. He started out as an engineer at Google, but his current title is Jolly Good Fellow with a job description that reads, “Enlighten minds, open hearts, create world peace.” As part of that mission, he developed a personal growth...
Normally, I do not write book reviews, but I recently heard an outstanding talk byChade-Meng Tan, who trains Googleemployees to meditate, practicemindfulness, and improve their emotional intelligence.
Working at a start-up can be stressful. Just ask Chade-Meng Tan, who as Google’s 107th employee, experienced the company back when it was a start-up instead of the behemoth it is today.
Who knew that Google, the computer giant, had its very own Zen Master? Well, it's true. His name is Chade-Meng Tan, and he's just published a new book called Search Inside Yourself: The Unexpected Path to Achieving Success, Happiness (and World Peace).
Front page story on the Times about Search Inside Yourself.
Knowledge@Wharton interviewed me for a 3-part story on emotional intelligence and its impact. Here are the 3 parts, and they come with podcasts too: Part 1: Google's Chade-Meng Tan Wants You to Search Inside Yourself for Inner (and World) Peace Part 2: How Emotional...
Front page story on the Sunday Business section of the New York Times.
Story about me endowing 2 scholarships in Singapore.
"World peace - expressed with no irony - is the recurring theme for Meng"
"The search engine's Jolly Good Fellow brings dharma to the Silicon Valley."
Editorial about my work in the School of Personal Growth.
I was on the cover of the print version and also on the nytimes.com homepage!