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Lions Roar : September 2009
SHAMBHALA SUN SepteMBer 2009 34 “FoR As LonG As I CAn RememBeR, I have had a desire to do something big and important for humanity,” says Chade- meng tan. “In 2004, the door of opportunity opened up for me. one August day that year, I suddenly had real money.” that was the day sergey Brin and Larry Page, two gradu- ate students on leave from stanford, took their little start-up public. Raising $1.7 billion in capital in one day, Google be- came the largest internet IPo (Initial Public offering) ever. Google—the noun, the verb, the company, the way of life they created—was about to make its early employees, those who’d taken stock options to compensate for the low pay and long hours, very rich. one of the people whose lives changed on “IPo Day” was employee #107, Chade-meng tan, who is now bringing mind- fulness to Google through a program known as search Inside BARRY BOYCE is senior editor of the shambhala sun and editor of the anthology In the Face of Fear: Buddhist Wisdom for Chal- lenging times, a Shambhala Sun Book forthcoming from Shambhala Publications. PhotoBYmARKtusChmAn Chade-Meng Tan, founder of Search Inside Yourself ssseeeaaarrrccchhheeesss The Googleplex, Google world headquarters in Mountain View, California