Nonattachment Krishna not only holds out the ideal for us, He also tells us how to accomplish it.
“Perform every action with your heart fixed on the Supreme Lord. Renounce attachment to the fruits. Be even-tempered in success and failure; for it is this evenness of temper which is meant by yoga.” (2:48)
“In the calm of self-surrender you can free yourself from the bondage of virtue and vice during this very life. Devote yourself, therefore, to reaching union with Brahman. To unite the heart with Brahman and then to act: that is the secret of non-attached work.” (2:50)
“When your intellect has cleared itself of its delusions, you will become indifferent to the results of all action, present or future.” (2:52)