As They Made Us (2022) by Mayim Bialik. Review by Marcus Victor Grant

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

Contribute Now to Sustain the CraftLift program

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

The Connections Between Concentration, Organization, Productiveness and Modeling

On every 20th of June, we celebrate the international day of productiveness! But, on the other hand, concentration is, on the one side, ”the glue that holds together” speed reading and memorizing: in the absence of concentration, nothing of what we read could we manage to remember, nothing of what we do could have the… Read More The Connections Between Concentration, Organization, Productiveness and Modeling

Real, Sustainable Change Is Difficult

Real, sustainable change is difficult. Do you dare develop personally outside your comfort zone? Well, it’s also hard for me; it’s hard for everyone, and that’s why it matters. Everyone who wins by imposing a superiority complex cannot win forever. Competitive thinking about others (“how to show that I’m smarter, stronger, greater than others”) always… Read More Real, Sustainable Change Is Difficult

The Contribution, Between Generosity and Saviour Complex

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

What Trainers Haven’t Told You So Far, Part IV. Time Management. Image. Communication.

Welcome! I continue today 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 am presenting during this series: The… Read More What Trainers Haven’t Told You So Far, Part IV. Time Management. Image. Communication.

What Trainers Haven’t Told You So Far, Part III. The Applicability of What You Learn.

Welcome! I continue today 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 am presenting during this series: The… Read More What Trainers Haven’t Told You So Far, Part III. The Applicability of What You Learn.

What Trainers Haven’t Told You So Far, Part II. The Learning Experience

Welcome! I continue today 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 am presenting during this series: The… Read More What Trainers Haven’t Told You So Far, Part II. The Learning Experience

What Trainers Haven’t Told You So Far, part I. The Value of What You Learn.

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.

NLP Techniques Observation and Practice

In my personal development experience, I have found that there are benefits that can be gained both from working on your own using neuro-linguistic programming instruments (for solving problems or reaching specific objectives), and from observing from the outside, and learning by demonstration and possibly from mistakes in applying particular techniques. The main goal of… Read More NLP Techniques Observation and Practice

Schema Dynamics Programming with Marcus Victor Grant

Psychologists have worked for more than 100 years to find explanations for how the human mind and personality work to heal the problems deep inside us. Personal development fields such as neuro-linguistic programming and transactional analysis have developed effective and efficient solutions for a successful breakthrough. However, clinical psychology and the development of excellence have… Read More Schema Dynamics Programming with Marcus Victor Grant

13 Hints – How to Separate Value from Mind Bugging In Webinars

In the past years, putting together the increase of internet bandwidth supporting high definition instant live video streaming, the increasing capacities of server streaming for thousands of people, together the price falling for hardware technology, internet access (even on mobile devices), and data centers services, more and more learning companies develop business models centered on… Read More 13 Hints – How to Separate Value from Mind Bugging In Webinars

Respect

Today I’ve decided to write about something a little bit more abstract and significantly impacts each of our lives. So my notion of respect might be rather particular. I think each person, as a human being, deserves respect as a default right. Of course, rights can sometimes be suspended, but never a priori. I do… Read More Respect