SORT BY Relevancy
Tom Hopkins carries the standard as a master sales trainer and is recognized as the world’s leading authority on selling techniques and salesmanship. Over 5 million people on five continents have attended Tom’s high-energy live seminars. He personally conducts 30+ seminars each year traveling throughout the world. He is the author of 18 books, including “How to Master the Art of Selling™. His latest book is titled, “When Buyers Say No” and is receiving phenomenal reviews from sales professionals
Barry Posner Accolti Endowed Professor of Leadership at the Leavey School of Business he served as Dean of the School. He received the Association for Talent Development’s highest award for Distinguished Contribution to Workplace Learning and Performance and has been listed among the world’s top management and leadership educators by Inc. magazine. He is the co-author of the award-winning and best-selling leadership book The Leadership Challenge
Raymond Moody best-selling author, lecturer, and scholar, Raymond Moody has pioneered work on one of life’s most compelling questions: human mortality. Raymond Moody was the first to chronicle the remarkable similarity of experiences of those who were revived after entering a state that met the technical requirements of death
Marti Olsen Laney author, researcher, speaker, educator and psychoanalyst. She is America’s foremost authority on introversion. She is the first person to integrate wide ranging physiological studies that explain the fundamental differences between introverted and extroverted bodies and brains. Her first book, The Introvert Advantage: How to Thrive In an Extrovert World
To turn our thoughts away from the life's noises and spend time with oneself. One of the greatest gifts life has to offer.....or is it one of the scariest?Tune in and share your thoughts with Tam and Dr Chan as they discuss their views on "Introversion".
in Indie Music
In this episode, we discuss:
-Can the system of 7 densities be applied macrocosmically to octaves?
-Interesting transcendental experiences.
-The practicalities of standing up for principles.
-Spiritual implications of introversion vs. extroversion.
- Practices to help strengthen an awareness of unity.
TO SUBMIT QUESTIONS AT ANY TIME:
(2) Go to the Bring4th forums at http://www.bring4th.org/forums/, click on the " In the Now – Q&A with Carla and Crew ", and post to the "Submitting Questions" thread. (http://www.bring4th.org/forums/showthread.php?tid=8214)
(3) Send an email to the "contact" address on this page: http://llresearch.org/contact.aspx
If possible, Carla requests that the question focus upon the spiritual principles of evolution. However, Carla and team will not turn a question away if outside this parameter. In general, our responses will be spiritually oriented in nature, often utilizing information taken from the L/L Research material of the last 35+ years.
in Self Help
In this interactive Journey to Success interview, Eva shares with us what Akashic Records are, how they can help you right now, and also takes you through a ten minute exercise to access your records while you listen! Join us for a wonderful and informative interview!
Eva is a Teacher and Practitioner of the Akashic Records.
Eva's mission is to enlighten as many souls into remembering their oneness to the Universe and to walk on this planet standing strong and in their power.
Eva's recollection as a child was spent in a fantasy world she created just for herself. She lived in a bubble of shyness and introversion. She lived in this world being invisible and learnt to take up as little space as possible in this vast universe. It wasn't until she decided to explore, expand and play in this universe that her world shifted.
Eva believes that we are in a new paradigm of connecting with our inner greatness. Eva's desire is to serve millions around the world and help individuals eliminate their pain, suffering and sadness so they can live a life of true freedom.
Eva can be contacted through her website: www.EvaLukacs.ca
Most of us on the panel are introverts. Join us as we discuss our personalities and how we cope in a society that caters to extroverts.
As a reminder- our panel is:
Terry Demeo- our Brooklyn girl who loves perfume, cooking, baking, art, visiting museums, music, poetry, classic movies from Hollywood's Golden Age, dancing, and chocolate
Heather Culford- our Canadian friend. Heather is a Mental Health Advocate and Graphic Artist. She loves Big Brother, donuts, stalking celebrities and getting her funny on.
Jane Rothman- our Philly chick with a heart of gold and style to rival Tim Gunn. Jane is an actress and host of Chit Chat Chicks.
M.G, aka- Kermit the Frog. A guy who knows it’s not easy being green. “Kermit” loves nature, cooking, humanity, and giving back.
BTR's WORDBEAT Poetry & Music & open mic hosted by Poet Yvonne de la Vega with co-host Poet John Barrymore. This evening's rattle: YOU MAKE ME FEEL SO JUNG
WordBeat themes tonight on the power of introspection, dreams as consciousness and the poetry that expresses our deeper selves. Music and stellar tracks by Los Angeles Poets as well as poetry worldwide!
Carl Gustav Jung (/j??/; German: ['karl 'g?staf j??]; 26 July 1875 – 6 June 1961), often referred to as C. G. Jung, was a Swiss psychiatrist andpsychotherapist who founded analytical psychology. ung proposed and developed the concepts of extraversion and introversion; archetypes, and the collective unconscious. His work has been influential in psychiatry and in the study of religion, philosophy, archeology, anthropology, literature, and related fields. He was a prolific writer, many of whose works were not published until after his death. His influence on popular psychology, the "psychologization of religion",spirituality and the New Age movement has been immense.
Dr. Ken Weizer recently wrote called ‘Cancer for Introverts.’ Over the years, he has noticed cancer causes many to become introverts. He believes that this introversion has positive and negative effects. Listen as Dr. Weizer shares his thoughts with us in this thought-provoking episode of Stories for Life.
The C.G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology in New York City presents excerpts from the collected works of Carl Jung, with the kind permission of Princeton University Press.
Reading by Kendrick Norris, Ph.D.
In the MYTH WARRIORS™ series we are targeting ideas to begin to assess whether they are credible or not (i.e., they are a myth, fallacy or even a lie). The target for this episode is, “I am an INTJ (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator).” (Or, am I?)
What is it? “More than 10,000 companies, 2,500 colleges and universities and 200 government agencies in the United States use the test. It’s estimated that 50 million people have taken the Myers-Briggs personality test[.] MBTI is their framework for classifying personality types along four distinct axes: introversion vs. extroversion, sensing vs. intuition, thinking vs. feeling and judging vs. perceiving. […] For example, he might be introverted, a sensor, a thinker and a perceiver. Or, in Myers-Briggs shorthand, an “ISTP.”
How is it used and why should I care about it? “Today, organizations administer the personality test to employees, then use the results as a basis for training programs."
Is it credible? “No major journal has published research on the MBTI, which academics consider a strong repudiation of the test’s authority. […] It is a classic chicken-and-egg problem: No major journal has published on it, therefore no elite academic will support it, therefore no major journal will publish on it.” (all quotes from The Washington Post, “On Leadership - Does it pay to know your type?”, December 14, 2012 by Lillian Cunningham)
“INTJ - Have original minds and great drive for implementing their ideas and achieving their goals. […] Skeptical and independent, have high standards of competence and performance – for themselves and others.” http://www.myersbriggs.org/my-mbti-personality-type/mbti-basics/the-16-mbti-types.asp
What are you (allegedly)? Find out - http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/jtypes2.asp
in Video Games
It is with great honor that I bring you this week's interview with Chris Delay and Mark Morris - two of the founding members of Introversion Software. Pioneers of the indie scene, Delay developed the studios' first game Uplink (considered one of the greatest hacking games of all time). With a humble beginning, the studio could only physically ship copies of their game (there was no digital distribution model at the time). Fortunately, the studio grew thanks to the success of Uplink and its other games such as Darwinia, Multiwinia, DEFCON, and most recently, Prison Architect.
During the course of our interview, we discuss the team's beginnings, the trials they faced being indie before 'indie gaming,' and the themes, mechanics, and goal of Prison Architect. This is one episode you won't want to miss!
Hosted by Dusty Wright, Game Academy Radio is the official weekly radio show of GameAcademy.com.