In the past years, I started collecting virtual lists of therapeutic films I started sharing here. I think I need to reorganize that initiative and extend the criteria and the categories that I include, especially since my recommendations have been well received by my former clients (I’m not doing consulting work anymore since I got… Read More As They Made Us (2022) by Mayim Bialik. Review by Marcus Victor Grant
How do we create lasting social connections and professional and personal relations? How does technology affect business by transforming people into objects? Motto: “Everything is going to trash, and I don’t want in.” Diego Gutierrez, the author of the script for episode 18 of season 5 (2004), “Disposable”, of the American series “Judging Amy”, the… Read More Face-to-Face Networking in the Web 3.0 Era
The 3rd of July is the international “Compliment Your Mirror” Day. Motto: “What is it about me that attracts people?” I am sure, without a doubt, that any person has asked this question at least once in their life. Well, I just had an insight based on a dream. Honestly, I don’t believe in paying… Read More Imagined Mirrors of the Absolute
CraftLift is a program created by joining the efforts of entrepreneurs, freelancers, and leaders in support of Romanian pupils who are looking forward to making a meaningful contribution by supporting a better future for adolescents who have already proven their dedication to performance. I, Marcus Victor Grant, am the founder of this program I have… Read More Contribute Now to Sustain the CraftLift program
Motto: “The place where you always take from and never put back will soon be empty.” Romanian Proverb The “holes” theory I have a theory. Every man has certain “holes” or “hollows” or “empty spaces” their the soul, some basic necessities that must be filled with love. For example, there is a hole that must… Read More To Have and to Hold
A person with a well-cared-for personal brand knows they can trust themselves and will ask for the same thing from others. The same goes for those who refer to persuasion as an art; trust that the items set at the beginning of the communication will be accomplished. A few important things should be noted here.… Read More What Does Trust Mean?
An unclear contract underlies victimization. Before being a social and even a sociological position, victimization is a psychological position that must be understood. In the dramatic triangle of the transactional analysis, the victim feels helpless, powerless (whether he/she really is or imagines that), waiting for a savior, and (possibly) screams from the top of their… Read More The Psychological Contract in Working Relationships
30 Mind Traps That Freelancing and Entrepreneurial Marketing and Sales Professionals Believe They Are Entitled To. Find Out Now the Truths That Will Set You Free! or 30 Myths of the Quality Convinced Salesman And the Truths That Will Set You Free. 7 posts series+1 bonus By Marcus Victor Grant AnalyticVision.wordpress.com, June-September 2020 Get Over… Read More The Entitlement in Business Article Series
What does listening imply? The ability of virtually anyone to meet their needs by employing technology has raised the following issue. Everyone who wants to express themselves has to face increasing competition for an increasingly unavailable resource: the limited attention of the interlocutor. One of the main functions of listening is validation. This issue is… Read More In Search of Lost Listening
21 September is World Gratitude Day. Semantic Differences ” Acknowledgement” (recunoaștere in Romanian) comes from the Latin” recognitionem”. The corresponding verb is” to acknowledge”. The corresponding adjective is” acknowledged”. ” Gratitude” (recunoștință in Romanian) comes from the French” reconnaissance”, whose root is” naissance” and contains the derivative” conaissance”. The corresponding verb is “please, satisfy”. The… Read More Between Acknowledgement and Gratitude
Today we honor Saints Joachim and Ana, the parents of the Virgin Mary. On this particular occasion, I invite you to discover the parents’ duties towards their children, according to the Bible. – To love them (Tit 2, 4); – To teach them God’s law (Exodus 12, 26-27), i.e., the true faith and good deeds;… Read More Parents’ Main Duties Toward Their Children
Discussion between a marketing consultant and his client: – Think about the following example: you just got to a new workplace, and for lunch, you must choose between two restaurants that have similar offers: one is full of people, and the other one is almost empty. Which one do you prefer?” – The one is… Read More 5 Creative Mind Traps That BUSINESS OWNERS Doing Marketing and Sales Believe They Are Entitled To. Find Out Now the Truths That Will Set You Free!
15th-anniversary blog post. The source of the worst traumas that the members of a family can suffer is mainly psychological violence. This literary screenplay of a promotional video was initially designed as a version proposed for a campaign exercise against family violence. Its target was double: to draw attention to a danger occurring in the… Read More Defence Mechanisms
Customize! Many of us live under the impression that there are certain “types of people” that we get along better with and others that we don’t get along with. But, in fact, we like those who are like us or those who are as we wish we were. Precisely for this reason, the objectivity of… Read More How to Speak Everyone’s Language
When you have a team of people working in task-oriented activities, such as specific projects requiring phases and deadlines, it’s essential to use a few necessary tools. Intrinsic motivation is the one that makes people act on their own initiative. It makes them happy and proud to be working on a particular project or for… Read More The Difference Between Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation
In the organizational environment and not only, mistrust is also felt in various forms, most likely due to the creative ways in which those who think it has been abused in the past, especially by persons in formal positions of superiority or authority. In my opinion, the biggest problems of the lack of trust are… Read More The Psychological Leadership Games and the Pathology of Mistrust
I created a personal development exercise based on a similar one designed by Harry Faddis and promoted by Betty Martin (the 3 minutes exercise, based on the model of the wheel of the consent). I think it can be a powerful tool in creating a connection between people, as long as it is done video+audio.… Read More The Self-Expression and Listening Exercise I Developed
It is said that, before starting to contribute, it is essential that you build something for yourself as if satisfying the need to contribute competes against one’s own needs. For those who haven’t had a representation of the balance between satisfying other people’s needs and their own needs, or a balance to wholly and entirely… Read More The Contribution, Between Generosity and Saviour Complex
Welcome! I start today with a series of articles organized in a table-like manner, starting from my own experiences: As a participant in instruction/training sessions held by others; As a consultant in training-related issues; As a trainer I have divided these ”manifestations of sincerity” into 5 main categories, which I will present during this series:… Read More What Trainers Haven’t Told You So Far, part I. The Value of What You Learn.
Motto: “Love can grow when you give and diminish when you keep it to yourself.” Which would be the alternatives to the unshared expectations that linger in the depth of our subconscious? First, of course, we can set contractual rules. It’s just that, when it comes to rules, it seems that those who what to… Read More 10 Rules I Suggest in order for A Love Relationship to Work