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In July 2008, Brian Thomas, a retired steelworker from South Wales, called the authorities to report an emergency, and to report a crime: “What have I done? I’ve been trying to wake her. I think I’ve killed my wife. Oh, my God. I thought someone had broken in. I was fighting with those boys, but […]
The 15th episode of the Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features Jay Papasan, vice president of Keller Williams and co-author of the international bestseller The One Thing. Why I wanted to learn from Jay Papasan? One of the intentions of my psychology podcast is to deconstruct hyper competent people and understand where those 1%lers get […]
The 14th episode of the Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features Dr. Anne Thorndike, Harvard’s associate professor for medicine and a world-leading expert in the field of behavioral economics. Why I wanted to learn from Dr. Anne Thorndike I first stumbled over Dr. Thorndike’s work when I was reading Atomic Habits by James Clear, in […]
Why I wanted to learn from Dr. Susan Weinschenk One thing that tech companies like Facebook, Netflix and Amazon all have in common is that they understand how to get people to do stuff. We check our messages compulsively, watch more videos than we intended and buy things we don’t really need. But how does […]
It does not matter what your profession is; we are all in the business of getting people to do stuff. Whether you are a painter who wants to get people to watch your art, or an entrepreneur who wants people to use their product, or a teacher who wants to get their students to learn […]
Why I wanted to learn from Dr. Art Markman One of the big questions that fascinate me at the moment is: Why is behavior change so hard and what can we do about it? Dr. Art Markman knows a thing or two about this problem, he is a Professor of Psychology and Marketing at the […]
Why I wanted to learn from Scott Young I stumbled over Scott Young when I was doing research for my upcoming book “The Behavior Architect”, at that time I made it my mission to read all “habit” books that I could get my hands on, talk to the authors and share my learnings with you […]
Why I wanted to interview Dr. Carolyn Rubenstein One of the reasons why I created The Psychology Podcast was because I wanted to learn personally from the best psychologists in the world and share my discoveries directly with you. Dr. Carolyn Rubenstein knows a thing or two about being the best, she graduated summa cum […]
Who is Jeffrey Kottler? Jeffrey A. Kottler is a professor, psychologist, author, consultant, workshop leader, keynote speaker, and social justice advocate who has spent the past 40 years working throughout the world to promote personal and professional development among professionals and marginalized groups. Jeffrey has worked as a teacher, counselor, therapist, and consultant in a […]
Who is Maria Löfskog? Maria Löfskog is a dancer that grew up in the mountains of Sweden. She decided to pursue her own path through life to accomplish her dreams that were considered very far away from the safe village in the middle of nowhere that she was from. Maria grew up in a family […]
Who is Mona Mandouri? Hi, I am Mona. Most people need a name for an introduction-maybe because they’re too lazy to make one up themselves? I write. I always wrote. I made up bedtime stories until my mom fell asleep. I freestyled about things I have seen and fell in love with during the day. […]
Matthias is an aerospace engineer and holds an MBA degree from Collège des Ingénieurs. He has started his a career at Airbus, a leading aircraft manufacturer, where he currently works as customer manager. Matthias delivers new A320 Family aircraft to global players in the airline and aircraft leasing markets. He strives to bring customer value to the heart of his ambition while protecting on-time and on-quality aircraft deliveries.
One of the biggest struggles in my early life was that for years I did not get the academical results that I was hoping for. Learning did not come easily to me, I was always a hustler, so here and there I found ways to push through the minimally required requirements. But, after living in […]
Every action you take is a vote for the type of person you wish to become.” James Clear What is up beautiful? How are you today? I am excited! I just finished the book Atomic Habits by James Clear. At the moment, I am devouring all books on habit formation that I can get my […]
People are capable, at any time in their lives, of doing what they dream of. Paulo Coelho! What is up sweet potato face! Today, I am going to write about MY ALL TIME FAVOURITE BOOK: Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist. This book was given to me by one of the smartest people I know: My Mom. […]
Carol Dweck is one of the world leading researchers in the fields of personality, social psychology, and developmental psychology. Professor Dweck explains why it’s not only our abilities and talent that bring us success, but also how we approach our goals. She decided between two different mindsets: a growth mindset and a fixed mindset.
When I grew up, my mom always used to carry a journal with her—a diary. Since I could not write back then (and you can make a valid argument that I still can’t), she thought it was a great idea to journal for me. To this day, her room is packed to the roof with […]
Too many of us shy away from asking for more and better. Do you think that you deserve more money? A better working arrangement? Better prices? Better deals? As I am writing this article, I am sick and tired of seeing people who do not know what they are worth, and in consequence, do not […]
Over the last few years, I have interviewed more than a hundred people to learn first-hand what the difference is between stuck people and people who are kicking ass in life. I was curious. What were the behavioural differences in people who are struggling with depression and people who are highly successful and happy? In […]
If you ask most smart or successful people where they learned their craft, they will not talk to you about their time in school. It’s always a mentor, a particularly transformative job, or a period of experimentation or trial and error. Ryan Holiday
The Psychiatrist Viktor Frankl has inspired millions of readers over generations. In his Book Mans’s Search for Meaning, he depicts his personal experiences in the Nazi death camps. Frankl argues that it is impossible to avoid suffering, but it is up to us how we cope with it. He believes that by adding meaning to our suffering we can move forward and overcome any hardship.