Dylan Hoffman, Adjunct Faculty of Jung Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, CA joins Robert Christiansen and Devon Wayt in a great interview about Jungian theories and how they give us guidance in our lives.
"Nothing is random or meaningless in Jung's world." - Dylan Hoffman.
Dylan is adjunct faculty in the Jungian and Archetypal Studies (DJA) specialization of the Depth Psychology M.A./ Ph.D. program. He studied philosophy as an undergraduate, furthering his liberal...
In this episode of the Motive For Life radio show, Robert Christiansen and Devon Wayt dive deep into the power of focus and eliminating the distractions that block us from our success.
In this special "inspired" episode, Robert turns over the rocks of our most profound, most challenging obstacles to find the hidden treasure of personal growth. We limit our success, and it is up to us to see these blocks and remove them. Join Robert as he unfolds his life experiences and asks tough questions about success and life purpose.
In this episode, Devon and I discuss how whiteboarding removes the formality of presentations and Powerpoints and opens the door to deeper human connections. During our latest Motive For Life course, we dug deep into the root drivers of personal attainment and satisfaction, and have concluded that human contact is what we want. We also cover:
And a lot of random conversation.
This week on the Motive For Life podcast, we host Lance Daniel Smith as he unveils his journey to quit smoking through non-movement yoga and deep breath work. We also learn how to use cold showers to calm our nervous system and center our emotions throughout the day. And, of course, we are on week 4 of Building Whiteboard Skills and the development of our May 1st mantra.
We are building the Whiteboard Skills company - part-time and from our own money! We've invested our own money and are trying to get to revenue as fast as we can. It is week 3, and we focus on the buyer avatar, the persona and how they think. The only way to truly understand how someone feels is to spend time with them and learn. So, Devon and I are accelerating our engagements through Meetups and our reach via social media.
Also, we discuss the use cases and how critical whiteboards are in...
In Week 2 of building the Whiteboard Skills business, Devon Wayt and I dig into the challenges we faced while balancing the inner conflict, external commitments, and the difficulty of building a side business.
In this episode, we breakdown the importance of learning whiteboard skills and how the whiteboard plays a critical role in almost every profession. Also, we expose the process of starting the Common Understanding business and our brand, WhiteBoard Skills. Please join us as we discuss each step and the problems we encounter along the way.
In this episode we discuss:
In this podcast, we discuss how lifting your self-worth changes eight major areas of your life, for the better!
By creating higher levels of self-worth, you set a new upper and lower limit of the quality of your life.
Learn the three key actions you can take to improve your happiness and a sense of purpose in your job - no matter what you do. When your reason for working is large enough, what you do for money becomes much more comfortable.
Your brain is plastic and flexible. When we are young, it is easy to learn new skills. However, as we age, the mind becomes less elastic and we fall into routines that may not serve us now. Learn how to chunk your goals, write a success statement, and reshape your brain for a new level of success.
Business travel can be enjoyable, and if integrated into your life well, an advantage in your career. Learn how to enjoy your business travel with these 6 techniques to "take the edge off" and turn drudgery into pleasure.
With each new level of success comes the next level of difficulty. There is an upper limit we all must push through to get to our next goal and understanding the process is critical to our happiness and joy. Learn how to break through the next level using these tools.
Intention setting is a practice you can use to change the quality of your life. No matter your desire, setting intentions correctly will put you in the right direction of success and accelerate you towards your next goal.
When we are locked up and feeling powerless over the fear in our lives, use these four great questions to help you navigate through the emotions and free yourself of its crippling effects. Four key questions to ask:
Top talent is hard to find and even harder to retain. How do we keep the people we worked so hard to find? By focusing on the individual, one at a time, we can build a culture that puts the individual contributor first, which always helps the broader community. People who feel cared for, care for the organization, making the leader's role stronger and more manageable.
We all make mistakes - usually unintentional and without malice. We want to help and for whatever reason, it all goes wrong. The impact of our actions is limited to the scope of our influence - the more responsibility we have, the great the impact of our mistakes. As we expand our careers and social circles, our inevitable mistakes have the power to crush our success or elevate our status. The choice is yours to make - learn or suffer.