In this podcast episode I have the pleasure to interview Roy Baumeister, PhD, one of the world’s most prolific and influential psychologists and author of the book “Willpower: Rediscovering The Greatest Human Strength”, a New York Times bestseller.
Being disciplined in relation to your most important goals requires that you rely on commitment (stable), not motivation (flimsy). Learn the power of the Never Zero commitment, and how to apply it in your daily life.
Self-discipline is the core of all virtues, and it’s essential for the fulfilment of any goal or aspiration. It is both a benefit of meditation, and the way that you can practice the third pillar of meditation: Transformation.
Self-discipline is about self-mastery and self-respect. This collection of quotes on self-discipline will inspire you to master your mind, take consistent action in what is important for you, and achieve your goals.
Learning how to let go is a universal need, and a skill that can make your life happier, more peaceful, and more productive. Each of these quotes is a reminder that letting go is both possible and desirable. Let today be a new beginning.
Our strengths can often be the source of our weaknesses. Every virtue is a type of personal power, and like all power, it can be misused or distorted. Here I explore the need to balance our strengths with opposing qualities.
Learn about the 6 different types of difficult people, and how the skills that come from meditation practice can help you deal with them more effectively. Develop equanimity, compassion, mindful communication, and the ability to set boundaries.
Virtue are your personal strengths—the psychological assets that you have. Developing them is part of the journey of personal growth, healing and enlightenment. Learn what the main ones are, and how to develop them.
Meditation is a powerful tool. And it gets even more powerful when is combined with other personal growth tools—such as self-reflection, the study of wisdom books, conscious body work, breathing practices, and conscious relating. Learn why.