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I was honored to interview Ken Wilber for his new book “The Religion of Tomorrow-A Vision for the Future of the Great Traditions.” This is a wonderfully written book and informs the reader of the insights about what will be required to transform religions if are to stay relevant into the future. As Ken states “Religions can only stay relevant if they embrace the discoveries of science and the insights of psychology to offer an “integral” approach: bringing together the wisdom of many paradigms and respecting the individuality of seekers.
Ken and I speak about the esoteric and exoteric religions and the great differences that these two movements have created in the evolution of religion. As we discuss Ken states that the exoteric religions have always cooperated and shared insights and wisdom while the exoteric religions have done more to divide people and create chasms in people’s beliefs. Experts state the 70% of the world’s population is at a fundamentalists stage of development, where their given religion is taken to be the literal word of God and mythic stories become fact. Ken explains how we can help this percentage of the population to “grow up” and embrace more inclusive views that will help curb violence and global conflict.
Ken’s long-awaited “The Religion of Tomorrow” is a definitive text on spirituality and religion in the modern world. The Great Traditions from Christianity, to Islam and beyond have failed to evolve, unlike nearly every other dimension of modern life. If you want to learn more about what Ken believes the “Religion of Tomorrow” will look like I encourage you to listen to our interview.
If you want to learn more about Ken Wilber you can click here to go to his Integral Life website.
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Eric Barker the author of a new book entitled “Barking Up The Wrong Tree-The Surprising Science Behind Why Everything You Know About Success Is (Mostly) Wrong.
In our interview together we discuss what compelled Eric to write the book, and more importantly how his blog which now has a following of over 300,000 people following Eric became the place where he compiled the academic and expert opinions regarding success in life. If you want to access Eric’s blog just click here.
Eric exposes lots of Mythbusters during our interview about the success that flies in the face of conventional wisdom. He shares with us what separates extremely successful people from the rest, and teaches us what we can do to be more like them–or in some cases find out why it’s best that we are not like them.
In the chapter on ” Do Nice Guys Finish Last,” he conveys a compelling story about Dr. Michael Swango who was one of the most successful serial killers ever. By this third year in medical school, hospital patients he interacted with were dying at such a rate that his fellow student took notice. ( You have to read the story and get the book to know what happened to Swango.) The real reason for the story is to ask the questions, do people who cheat and break the rules succeed more often? Is the world fair? Can good people get ahead or are they doomed to be suckers? Do nice guys really finish last?
Come take a journey with Eric and myself and get the answers to these questions and more. If you want to learn more about Eric Barker and his new book please click here. If you want to go to his blog, just click here.
I know you are going to enjoy this interview with Eric Barker about his new book “Barking Up The Wrong Tree-The Surprising Science Behind Why Everything You Know About Success Is (Mostly) Wrong.
I know that everyone in our busy world today is interested in finding ways to stay focused, and create a better quality of life for themselves and their families. It seems as if we are all moving and working at a frenetic pace just to keep up with all of our demands in life. So just what are some of the problems we are faced with?
In my recent interview with author Adam Gazzaley we speak about his new book entitled ” The Distracted Mind-Ancient Brains in a High Tech World“. Adam has studied the brains of thousands of people in his neuroscience lab at UCSF. His finding are that our brains are limited in their ability to pay attention. We don’t really multitask but rather switch rapidly between tasks. He says that distractions and interruptions, often technology related- referred to by Adam as “interference’ collide with our goal-setting abilities.
The fact is that we are all being distracted way too much, and we are moving between projects, tasks and goals and leaving much uncompleted which is not fulfilling. It is having an impact on our mental psyche.
So what should we do? Adam recommends that we change our brains to fight distraction. He gives advice and application to such techniques as meditation, exercise and setting boundaries with the technology that we are attached too. He does not suggest giving up our devices, but that we use them in a more balanced way.
If you want to learn more about Adam Gazzaley and his new book “The Distracted Mind” you can click here to be directed to his website at UCSF which will give you information about the research is is conducting at his neuroscience lab. You can also watch a trailer video featuring Adam on a PBS documentary by clicking here.
I hope you enjoy this very informative interview with author Adam Gazzaley, about our “Distracted Minds”.
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing David Hoffeld the author of a newly released book entitled “The Science of Selling“. If you are someone who is in sales or marketing, then I would highly recommend you reading David’s new book.
David spent ten years studying what effects the buying patterns of consumers. During this time David learned about the behavioral science behind “why” someone purchases goods or services from you versus from someone else. He refers to this as the Six Whys, which starts with “Why Change?”, second is “Why Now?, third “Why Your Industry Solution?”, fourth “Why You and Your Company?”, fifth “Why Your Product or Service? sixth “Why Spend the Money“.
These are obviously great questions and throughout the book David answer the questions that will make you a better salesperson. You will literally learn how to sell the way the brain constructs a buying decision, how to ethically sell to your potential customers emotions , how to ask questions the way our brains intuitively disclose information, how to boost your ability to influence other.
If you want more information about David Hoffeld you can check him out at his website by clicking here, or you can watch a great video at YouTube by clicking here.
I hope you enjoy this great interview with a thought leader in the area of sales and selling.