Coaches: Discover their Motivation Strategy
But what I thought was particularly fascinating is the large portrait of August Strindberg he had hanging facing his desk. This is fascinating because Strindberg was his “MORTAL ENEMY.” They never met but argued often via the newspapers. Ibsen kept his portrait there to motivate himself to write. AND to have what he wrote be of the highest caliber.
Using Death as an Advisor
Neo-Ericksonian Philosophy In the series of books by Carlos Castaneda regarding the teachings of Don Juan Matus, a Yaqui Indian Medicine Man, the author introduces us to the concept of using Death as an Advisor. This teaching has been on my mind a lot recently because it seems death has been all around. From the unimaginably horrific fires that killed …