Mark's guest this week is the 'Awesome' Dicken Bettinger
Dicken became licensed as a clinical psychologist in 1983 and retired his psychotherapy practice after working as a psychologist for 31 years. Twenty-eight years ago he met Sydney Banks who had an enlightenment experience where he realized the Three Principles that underlie all human experience. Dicken had finally found universal principles that he could teach anyone. He was grateful to find something that was simple in nature yet had the profound effect of raising the quality of a person’s life. He feels fortunate that for 23 years he was able to learn directly from Sydney Banks. Dicken mentors CEOs and their leadership teams in raising the bar on their productivity, teamwork, and business success. He also specializes in teaching individuals, couples, and families, as well as leading group seminars on the Principles and their relationship to psychological well-being.
Dicken has been married for 44 years and loves teaching people about what it takes to create healthy, thriving relationships. He has two adult children and plans his day around when he can be with his two grandchildren. He enjoys photography, hiking, canoeing, traveling, and his golden retriever.