The Timeline

Motto: « [The Romanian] is wasteful with time, more so than people from the West. Time is anything for the Romanian but a currency. At the fair, he haggles for hours for whatnots. The same goes for parties; he loses days and nights»; «It is said that [the Romanian] is undisciplined working in the economic… Read More The Timeline

What is Schema Dynamics Programming

  The terminology “Schema” comes from schema-focused therapy and refers to the maladaptive schemas taxonomy developed by Jeffrey Young, Ph.D., and his collaborators since the ’80s. It is the problem-oriented component of the field, using psychometric questionnaires developed and tested by scientists to evaluate which are the schemas and modes which pathologically influence the emotions,… Read More What is Schema Dynamics Programming

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

How to Live a Fulfilling Life, Last Part. Steps 9-12 Out of 12, In the Right Order

Part I Part II Part III   9. Set rewarding excellence goals and become the best in your business There have been many steps until here, but all your efforts will be rewarded entirely. Definitely, you can only become the best in your job, organization, niche, or business if you have managed to confront the… Read More How to Live a Fulfilling Life, Last Part. Steps 9-12 Out of 12, In the Right Order

How to Live a Fulfilling Life, part III. Steps 5-8 Out of 12, In the Right Order

I started writing a new series of articles last month, out of which I am now publishing part 3 of 4. You may read part I here. And part II here.   5. Prioritize working with the appropriate limits. If you have a problem, put into practice the opposite (go to goal). If you have… Read More How to Live a Fulfilling Life, part III. Steps 5-8 Out of 12, In the Right Order

How to Live a Fulfilling Life, part II. The First 4 Out of 12 Steps, In the Right Order

I started writing a new series of articles last week, out of which I am now publishing part 2 of 4. You may read part I here.   Know yourself. I know this kind of advice, “know thyself”, is very vague as for some people, it might mean meditation, traveling around the Earth, or reading… Read More How to Live a Fulfilling Life, part II. The First 4 Out of 12 Steps, In the Right Order

About My Excessive Formalism & the So-Called “Lack of Empathy”

I am processing the results from half a year ago’s 2012 360 degrees evaluation for personal branding & development. I have decided to approach the issue of the most visible and criticized weakness: the formalism I use to screen people. First of all, I want to mention an important aspect. My mother gave me an… Read More About My Excessive Formalism & the So-Called “Lack of Empathy”

What Are You Pretending Not to Have in order for Your Problem to Be Real?

More often than not, most people have an interesting procedure for self-sabotage. They may unconsciously want to experience more attention, more diversity, or simply to elude the responsibility of dealing with their own problems. In fact, they have (access to) more resources than they would like to admit. This is by no means an intention… Read More What Are You Pretending Not to Have in order for Your Problem to Be Real?

Procedure for Changing the Personality Patterns

With the courtesy of John David Hoag, author of the great article, I invite you to read it here. Copyright (C) John David Hoag. Republished with permission. I would like to specify that in practice, I have also successfully used this technique with myself and several clients to change other personality patterns and metaprograms. Furthermore,… Read More Procedure for Changing the Personality Patterns

DOs and DON’Ts about Fear and Apprehension

FEAR (about known things: frică) / APPREHENSION (about unknown things: teamă) DO: Source for a protective environment; The existence of a secure base is essential. The primary need in the state of fear is protection. The reason, search for information, and escape contamination.     DO NOT: Discount/ignore this emotion; Sabotage yourself by searching for a… Read More DOs and DON’Ts about Fear and Apprehension