Make the most of your creative and intellectual gifts by overcoming the unique challenges they bring with this guide by the author of Natural Psychology.
Author: Eric Maisel
Publisher: Mango Media Inc.
Make the most of your creative and intellectual gifts by overcoming the unique challenges they bring with this guide by the author of Natural Psychology. Many smart and creative people experience unique challenges as a result of their valuable gifts. These can range from anxiety and over-thinking to mania, depression, and despair. In Why Smart People Hurt, creativity coach Dr. Eric Maisel pinpoints these often-devastating challenges and offers solutions based on the groundbreaking principles and practices of natural psychology. Are you still searching for meaning after all these years? Many smart people struggle with reaching for or maintaining success because, after all of the work they put into attaining it, it still seems meaningless. In Why Smart people Hurt, Dr. Maisel will teach you how to stop searching for meaning and create it for yourself. In Why Smart People Hurt, you will find: · Evidence that you are not alone in your struggles · Strategies for coping with a brain that goes into overdrive at the drop of a hat · Questions that will help you create your own personal roadmap to a calm and meaningful life
It takes a smart person to play this role, even though it's a relatively silent one. A
would not talk the same ... Nothing to needlessly hurt the other one, but nothing
held back if it will help. ... "Do you need to prove something to yourself? To me?
Author: Mortimer Feinberg
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Business & Economics
Looks at famous business blunders, including the new Coke and Ed Rollins' election claims, suggests common causes for such mistakes, and suggests ways to avoid them
No one is ever going to get inside of another person's mind to divine intent or
apprehension. If I were ... did you hurt it?” Which foot is it? Where on your foot?
There could be many further questions and informative ... 180 ° Why Smart People Do ...
Author: Gene F. Ostrom
Why Smart People Do Stupid Things addresses a question that’s frequently on our minds. When Bill Clinton’s affair with Monica Lewinsky was exposed many people were utterly astounded. How could he? Most of us were asking. Answers aren’t easy to come by because we have spent considerable time building on our strengths to the neglect of our dark side. We aren’t only puzzled when we see friends, co-workers, or public leaders engage in stupid, unseemly, unexplainable acts, we are personally threatened by it. If them, why not still others or perhaps ourselves. This book looks at numerous examples of apparently unexplainable stupidities with particular focus upon Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton. Every mindless act doesn’t turn out wrong. There are occasions when the outcome greatly benefits us. On the other hand, there are many times when the result goes against us to our disadvantage if not to the point of tragedy. Why? This book addresses the complex issues involved in making rational decisions, including excusable error. Analyses are offered in a readily understandable style. Potential solutions are described. The topic is of vital interest to us individually as well as to the nation.
Author: Deborah Smith PeguesPublish On: 2010-05-15
On his official website, Woods writes: I am deeply aware of the disappointment
and hurt that my infidelity has caused to so many people, most of all my wife and
children. I want to say again to everyone that I am profoundly sorry and that I ask
Author: Deborah Smith Pegues
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Even people with great intelligence and great experience can fall victim to bad choices. The only way to avoid those bad choices is to understand the keys to making smart ones. Why Smart People Make Dumb Choices takes you on a journey with some of the Bible’s smartest people—such as Abraham and Sarah, David, and Peter—who also made some not-so-smart decisions. By looking at the choices they made, readers will discover the keys to avoiding similar mistakes and will learn principles that will keep them on the road to good decision-making. Why Smart People Make Dumb Choices provides ten keys to making smart decisions, including establishing the right relationships gathering the right information setting the right priorities choosing the right pathway The principles of smart decision-making found in this book will be helpful to anyone confronted with important choices—from the housewife and mom trying to manage the challenges of her busy day to the college student choosing his or her friends to the leader trying to figure out the best direction for his organization.
WHY SMART PEOPLE MAKE BIG MONEY MISTAKES An introduction to the new
science of behavioral economics. ... NUMBNESS “Money illusion,” “bigness bias,
” and other ways that ignorance about math and probabilities can hurt you.
Author: Gary Belsky
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Business & Economics
Offers advice on how to invest, spend, and save money the right way
Why do people hurt others , and sometimes themselves ? Why do smart people
often do stupid , self - defeating things ? Why are people unhappy ? What causes
selfishness , greed , anger , violence , and other sources of human misery ?
I couldn't help feeling angry and hurt by the company's actions.” Especially if your
spouse was with his or her former employer for many years, you may feel a great
deal of anger toward the company and his or her former managers. You may ...
Author: Kathleen A. Riehle
Category: Business & Economics
If losing a job is bad news, then the good news is that a great many people not only survive job loss but ultimately experience positive effects that help them in their careers and lives. This is a guide for anyone anticipating losing their job, or for those who already have lost it. It helps the reader understand how to deal with the potentially devastating emotional and financial stress with simple, logical advice, and with real stories of people who have lived through the experience.
Get your job back selling—what is it—overpriced shoes to bored women with too
much money?” “Step back ... “Every seven years good people in this town,
ordinary people, smart, self-aware people hurt each other, and themselves. They do ...
Author: Nora Roberts
#1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts continues the thrilling trilogy of a town plagued by evil—and the three men and three women brought together by fate to fight it. For Fox, Caleb, Gage and the other residents of Hawkins Hollow, the number seven portends doom—ever since, as boys, they freed a demon trapped for centuries when their blood spilled upon The Pagan Stone… Now, as the dreaded seventh month looms before them, the men can feel the storm brewing. Already they are plagued by visions of death and destruction. But this year, they are better prepared, joined in their battle by three women who have come to The Hollow. Layla, Quinn, and Cybil are somehow connected to the demon, just as the men are connected to the force that trapped it. Since that day at The Pagan Stone, town lawyer Fox has been able to see into others’ minds, a talent he shares with Layla. He must earn her trust, because their link will help fight the darkness that threatens to engulf the town. But Layla is having trouble coming to terms with her newfound ability—and this intimate connection to Fox. She knows that once she opens her mind, she’ll have no defenses against the desire that threatens to consume them both… Don't miss the other books in the Sign of Seven Trilogy Blood Brothers The Pagan Stone
To make the new love work , women need to be soft yet strong : We do not have
to abandon the old messages ; we just have to elaborate on them . It is not only
OK but also desirable to still say , “ I don't want to hurt you , or believe that you ...
Author: Carolyn Nordin Bushong
Publisher: Villard Books
Category: Interpersonal relations.
A psychotherapist explores the seven fundamental problems confronting women in relationships and offers suggestions for overcoming such mistakes and building healthier, more lasting connections. 75,000 first printing. $75,000 ad/promo. Tour.
The smell is so strong it sometimes bothers people a mile away. Often, any
clothes ... This explains why few animals even try to attack this unhurried creature
. For some reason ... Adults and children often hurt themselves doing something
they know is dangerous. The smart person listens to good warnings—and obeys
Author: William L. Coleman
Publisher: Baker Books
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
The Big Book of Animal Devotions teaches children about the wonders of God's creation while also using each animal to illustrate a character-development lesson straight from the Bible. Each reading includes a Scripture verse, discussion questions, and a concise nugget of take-away wisdom.
My idea is simple; we have been concentrating on making people smarter, why
not make some smart people dumb? ... effect of the low intelligence gene will
reduce their learning ability levels in the future and that certainly would not hurt
Author: Nickolas Bay
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
This story involves the illegal and legal swapping of one persons gene for implanting into another person to change their intelligence. Although this book is fictional, it points out the ways science could change our political and ethical values. This book begins with a goal to help disabled children through new discoveries and gene manipulations by swapping genes.. The main character, Dr. Janet Stewart, directs a secret CIA lab whose basic purpose is to discover how certain genes operate. Her discovery of the gene that controls a persons IQ is secretly tested in childrens clinics, military academies, prisons and finally in terrorist interrogations at Guantanamo Bay. Genetic swaps are performed with dramatic results. Dr. Stewarts associations with two neurosurgeons, who are also interested in genetic research, bring about the discovery of the C mystery gene. An amazing observation is made after testing humans at a secret lab in Pahrump, Nevada. This gene proves to be fundamental in a persons thought regarding faith and trust. This leads to tests with Atheists, Agnostics, Catholics and Muslims. Tests show how a suicide bomber constantly reinforces his faith gene, through free will, to enable him to destroy his own life and that of others. Finally, The President of the United States directs Dr. Stewart to devise a program to be used on all foreign students visiting the United States that would make them our secret ambassadors without them ever knowing it. This is not a far fetched idea. New gene discoveries are being made as you read this novel.. The purpose of this book is to give a simple warning. As a world leader the United States must be vigilant not to exchange human control for human rights. This new knowledge is dangerous in the wrong hands..
Now Dr. Eric Maisel, a renowned author, psychotherapist, and creativity coach shows readers how to approach presentations calmly and comfortably, without sweaty palms and a pounding heart.
Author: Eric Maisel
Publisher: Back Stage Books
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Actors and musicians call it "stage fright". Others may know it as "butterflies". No matter what you call it, the symptoms of performance anxiety are the same: a paralyzing sense of fear and dread whenever you have to speak or perform before a group of any size. Now Dr. Eric Maisel, a renowned author, psychotherapist, and creativity coach shows readers how to approach presentations calmly and comfortably, without sweaty palms and a pounding heart. It doesn't matter whether you work in the classroom, the boardroom, a theater or concert hall, Performance anxiety will help you: Recognize performance anxiety; Identify irrational fears that contribute to performance anxiety; Handle criticism; Use breathing and centering techniques ti improve focus; Utilize diets, medication, relaxation techniques and guided visualization to combat anxiety; Acquire long-term anxiety management techniques. [Ed.]
History provides abundant examples of people who reached their peak of
performance after middle age . Verdi composed “ Othello ... Education and
Welfare show that smart people tend to get smarter as they grow older . The brain
is like a ...
A comprehensive approach to the much-misunderstood artist's life, this book, contains both nuts-and-bolts ideas and exercises and inspiration to nurture growth as an artist and a person.
Author: Eric Maisel
Publisher: New World Library
Over the years, Eric Maisel has worked with thousands of creative people, including writers, musicians, artists, dancers, and actors. He knows firsthand the struggles they must face, and through his many books and professional practice he’s helped them find balance in their lives while pursuing their artistic endeavors. Firmly grounded in psychology, Creativity for Life explores all the challenges confronting an artist: deciding if you have talent (or if that’s even important); determining your level of commitment; pursuing stardom; honing your craft; overcoming blocks; taking care of the business end of your artistic life; finding your place in culture; coming out as an artist; finding love and friendship inside and out of your artistic community; and using your art to explore your inner life. A comprehensive approach to the much-misunderstood artist's life, this book, contains both nuts-and-bolts ideas and exercises and inspiration to nurture growth as an artist and a person. It includes update and expanded material from Maisel's Life in the Arts.
Some people are blind or crippled . ... That is a good reason why smart people
buy war bonds so they know the money they save is in a good place . Harry had
... I will tell the truth at all times for a lie is dishonest and may hurt someone else .
Well , why not ? Why shouldn ' t the Red Cross tell those who have visited France
, spent time as a student in Italy , or served in the military in the United Kingdom
that their blood is no longer ... And that is certain to hurt and even kill people .
Author: Arthur L. Caplan
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Pub Incorporated
An assortment of lighthearted and provocative essays about bioethics issues invites readers to formulate their own opinions about a wide variety of topics, from genetically modified foods and cloning to Mad Cow disease and advanced maternal age.
Why Smart People Do Dumb Things Madeleine L. Van Hecke. What You Don't
Know Can Hurt You ! I once called a gourmet catering establishment and talked
to staff member about a party I was planning . After discussing a few possible ...
Author: Madeleine L. Van Hecke
Psychologist Van Hecke argues that much of what we label stupidity can better be explained as blind spots. Full of funny, poignant stories about human foibles, "Blind Spots" offers many insights for improving our social and political lives.
If someone has hurt youwith harsh words, it happens, accept that some people
are just very straightforward and others may have the cruel words intheir ... People do tend to forget certain formalities and an attitude like that just puts people off.
Author: Aneina Danro
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
Be smart in everything that matters is an up-to-date guide, telling you how to be a step ahead in building your personality, tackling personal financial matters, making vital decisions when it comes to getting married and some of the basics in food and health. This book is a complete package put together in a concise form. It gives an explanation to important aspects of life and modern trends that one needs to dig deeper to understand. The book can also be given as a gift to a friend, relative or a loved one. Be smart in everything that matters includes different sections that cover character, finance, marriage, food and health. In terms of financial matters, it gives advice on managing personal finance, investing, saving money and budgeting. The introductory chapters deal with what makes you a better person and how important education and technology in the modern world is. They follow on to finance that tell you about the benefits of property investment. The marriage section starts with preparing for marriage, getting married to the right person, going on to the first night, honeymoon destinations and dealing with your mother-in-law. Often, some people are just talented when it comes to handling money and how to make it grow. However, they may not be so good in the kitchen or busy lifestyles take the blame. The book includes a chapter that gives advice on how to avoid common mistakes that make you go wrong in cooking. It also has healthy recipes and other simpler ones to impress family and guests. The last section, which is about food and health, covers different topics like staying in shape, the benefits of coffee and how you can use the highly nutritious fruit, the avocado for health, beauty, food and the environment.
Why should DuPont hurt themselves by putting smart people that know how to
run a complicated , technical operation and assign them to the ICBM program
when they ' re busy competing with the world ' s other big chemistry companies ?
Why can't I have a polite , neat , obedient , and appreciative child ? ” groans his
father . “ Where did I go wrong ? Why is this child doing this to me ? " ( Because ...
Parents who hurt their children often explain later that the child " hurt " them first .
Author: Arthur M. Freeman
Describes the ten most common thought patterns that lead to misunderstanding