What makes for a great team – whether personal or professional – and how can organizations and individuals create a more psychologically healthy environment? To help us answer that question, today Forrest and I are joined by one of the world’s leading scholars on what helps organizations learn and thrive: Dr. Amy Edmondson.
On this episode, we speak with a true expert on many of the topics we’ve explored during our series on “Who Am I?”, including borderline personality disorder, sociopathy, and narcissism: Dr. Ramani Durvasula.
On today's mailbag episode we answer two questions related to our series on "Who Am I," with a general focus on helping people learn how to better manage their relationships with challenging family members.
In this episode we look at one of the most well-known personality disorders: sociopathy. We’ll explore what it is, where it comes from, and what we can do to interact more skillfully with people who possess it.
Today we explore the innate tendencies we have in our important relationships, and what we can do about it.
How can we take in positive experiences and develop a strong sense of self without developing narcissistic traits or falling prey to narcissistic tendencies?
On this episode, we explore why and how we can forgive someone who has hurt us and disentangle from others.
In this episode, we learn how to expand upon empathy so we can warm the heart and develop greater compassion and kindness as personal traits.
Today we’re focusing on Empathy, which allows us to tune into and understand other people. Empathy is a key social skill that helps us make sense of nuance, read intentions correctly, recognize the hurt under anger, and communicate and interact more skillfully.
A simple practice each week that will bring you more joy, more fulfilling relationships, and more peace of mind and heart.
You can unsubscribe at any time and your email address will never be shared.