Dr. Peterson talks about suffering, existentialism, overcoming trials to achieve goals, lifting people out of poverty, the conscience, and refusing to operate in the great lie.
The key to really making things happen and changing our lives is decision making. Most importantly, taking quick action once a decision is made.
Most of the emotional distress that clients suffer—indeed, much of the psychological dysfunction in the world in general—comes from substituting power for value.
Taken from “The Truth About Leadership” by James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner. http://www.truthaboutleadership.com. There are fundamental principles that inform and support the practices of leadership that were true 30 years ago, are true today and will be true… Read More ›
These inspirational words from Seth Godin will remind you that there are various reasons why people may tell you no, but you can always say yes to yourself.
In the book King, Warrior, Magician, Lover, Psychologist Robert Moore took the concept of Jung’s archetypes and used it to create a framework that explained the development of mature and integral masculinity in men. Moore argued that the problems we see with… Read More ›
Here’s a beautiful quote on self-realization, discovery and acceptance: “So here is a new metaphor. Your personality is a globe. Its geography is formed by your ways of thinking/feeling, your modes of interaction, all your implicit and explicit behaviors. Each… Read More ›
According to Seth Godin, sometimes the best course of action when receiving feedback is to say, “Thanks. Let’s write that down.” Don’t immediately challenge or try to resolve any issues that may be implied in the feedback. Simply seek to… Read More ›
Just imagine if you really wanted to play dress-up in public and could care less what anyone else thought? Here’s what that could look like. Here’s a recap of the conversation between David and I when he asked about my… Read More ›
A critically important step in understanding our own desires and tastes is to realize that we cannot always explain what we want, deep down. ~ Malcolm Gladwell ________________ Photo: @ariacarlston
Psychological projection is a theory in psychology in which humans defend themselves against unpleasant impulses by denying their existence in themselves, while attributing them to others. Kathy Jourdain sums it up beautifully: “It can be confusing when we are on… Read More ›
Unless you learn to face your own shadows, you will continue to see them in others, because the world outside you is only a reflection of the world inside you. ~ Rebekah Letch, Yogi and Ballerina