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The Rock & Roll Shrink Radio Show Episode 43 - The Psychology of Professionalism

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Let’s talk tonight about The Psychology of Professionalism.

Professionalism is one of those notions that is similar to love, art, p0rnography, freedom, good taste, etc. This is to say, most of us believe that we know what these notions are. Most of us have distinct, and usually fairly rigid, ideas about what each term means. And yet, if pressed, your average person would have a difficult time quickly articulating an actual definition for us.

We will discuss:

1. How professionalism is defined in our culture:
2. Why professionalism matters:
3. How professional stereotypes have shifted in the last few decades
4. Making the most out of the truth of professionalism

We'll start off the evening with some topic-relevant Classic Rock played by Dr. Mathis, followed by Classic Rock trivia, in "The Rock & Roll Shrink Recalls," followed by our topic discussion.

We'll be taking calls from our listeners throughout the evening. 

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