How well do you know yourself?
Even after all these years as a psychologist and professor, I am still surprised by how little people know themselves. I’m talking about bright, insightful, successful people. I’m talking about myself. I am convinced that it is part and parcel of our human nature. We are not […]
In recent posts we have been talking about finding your sweet spot, and making career choices based on optimization of your capacity. Skip the first two paragraphs if you have already read these blogs.
If not, here’s a recap. A faulty view of human nature as a […]
Research is confirming what we have all suspected: our brains and biochemistry play an important role in determining what energizes us the most. We need to be optimized, which means that we need to measure our innate capacity and develop our strengths.
“The world is your oyster. You can be whoever or whatever you want to be.” So we are told by our adoring parents and and broader society. But is it true? Can we really become anything we, or our “Tiger Mothers”, set our minds on?
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