You might imagine that all the sadness, frustration, anxiety, and shame my clients tell me about would start to rub off on a guy after a while. But, if anything, I feel like I’m a little better at…
— Read on medium.com/better-marketing/how-to-handle-other-peoples-bad-moods-like-a-pro-d004a7b2bc93
Human beings are creative by nature. Our capacity to generate creative ideas is central to technological and cultural progress. In “Body of Work: Finding the Thread that Ties Your Career Together”…
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To give you a taste of what Carroll is about, here are 3 Big Ideas that molded his philosophy: The Peak Experience—Carroll wants to help his players find moments of intense clarity that give them access to parts of themselves usually hidden (his source: the psychologist Abraham Maslow) The Inner Game—Carroll wants to help players quiet the mind by shifting their attention to what’s actually going on as opposed to what they’re imaging in their heads, and he believes the whole team can have a quiet mind. (
Here is a Typical Test: The recruit is sleeping out in the woods. An armed ‘enemy’ approaches the sleeping man. The long haired man is awakened out of his sleep by a strong sense of danger and gets away long before the enemy is close, long before any sounds from the approaching enemy are audible. In another version of this test the long haired man senses an approach and somehow intuits that the enemy will perform a physical attack. He follows his ‘sixth sense’ and stays still, pretending to be sleeping,
Detachment is essential because, let’s be honest, no one is happy being dependent on anyone or anything…
— Read on www.elephantjournal.com/2017/06/letting-go-of-attachment-to-people-the-buddhist-way/
Do you have a secret? According to a May 2017 study, you likely have around 13 secrets brewing in that head of yours — five of which you’ll never tell a soul. The researchers say that it isn’t the number of secrets you keep that’s significant. Rather, it’s the burden of those secrets — they weigh on you, literally.
Sound therapies have long been used to help us cope.
The breakdown into 4 types as follows:
Average: This personality type tends to be high in neuroticism and extraversion, and low in openness. Researchers wager that the typical person would probably line up with this personality type, though women are more likely to fall into this category than men. In “Sex and the City,” this’d be Carrie.
Reserved: This type is not open, neurotic, or extroverted, but they’re pretty agreeable and conscientious. Charlotte all the way.
Role Model: This personality type is low in neuroticism and high in everything else. You’re more likely to be a role model as you get older, and women are more likely to be role models than men. “These are people who are dependable and open to new ideas,” co-author Luís Amaral said in a press release. “These are good people to be in charge of things.” This would probably be a Miranda.
Self-Centered: This personality type is high in extraversion and low in openness, agreeableness, and conscientiousness. You’re less likely to fall into this type as you get older. This is your garden-variety Samantha.