Jun 24, 2020
We pay tribute to K. Anders Ericsson in today's episode.
He is known by many to be "the expert on expertise." His work, along with his colleagues had a profound impact on a wide array of professional domains such as sports, music, chess, and more recently in the field of psychotherapy. His four decades worth...
Mar 27, 2020
I found myself telling this story to me kids some nights ago. I
believe it's worth retelling here, especially in the current
anxious climate surrounding the coronavirus.
After the story, I say a few words about why we need to express our heartfelt thanks to people behind the scenes in our healthcare.
Plus, why we must...
Mar 18, 2020
"I spent half of my life lost in an education system that pushed for results and performance... and failed.. Even when I Began to perform well in undergrad and so on, I wasn't learning; I was performing."
In today's episode, we draw a distinction between "performing" and "learning," and what we can do to become deep...
Mar 3, 2020
No manufacturing company in the US and UK was initially willing to license his vacuum cleaner.
James Dyson was laughed at for designing a transparent vacuum cleaner that showed all the filth it sucked up.
Today, Dyson the company returns over $500 million in annual profits and employs nearly seven thousand people...
Feb 12, 2020
"The actual path of a raindrop as it goes down the valley is unpredictable, but the general direction is inevitable."~ Kevin Kelly.
In this episode, I spell out 9 potential forces that will shape our future in the field of psychotherapy. If we are stay on the bleeding edge of not only our professional development, and...