May 2, 2020
"You increase your odds of growth if you are able to tell a better story. If you are able to look on the bright side. Able to find the silver lining.” Dr. Jonathan Haidt is an American social psychologist and professor of ethical leadership at NYU Stern. He was recently named one of the world's top 50 thinkers and is the New York Times best-selling author of The Righteous Mind and The Coddling of the American Mind. He also has 3 ted talks all of them with multiple million views.
Some questions I ask: (5:31) Are we going to have some sort of post-traumatic growth after the coronavirus? (7:57) How can people draw lessons from this adversity? (14:51) Are you always going to benefit from adversity? Or do you need to do it in a specific way? (18:55) How often do you have to rewrite your narrative? (22:08) A lot of it is internal but there are also some external factors what might those be (talking about happiness)? (31:45) Now that university students are getting caught up in this rat race how can they find purpose there? (35:07) Can psychedelics help you find your purpose?
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