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Archive for the Psychology Category

Let’s Be Honest About Lying

Humans are lied to as much as 200 times a day. Social psychologist Jerald Jellison of the University of Southern California published this figure in his 1977 book, “I’m Sorry, I Didn’t Mean To, and Other Lies We Love To Tell.” This hard-to-believe figure, which includes the […]

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Protected: Client Case Study – BBF-SB3K-M2

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Client Case Studies – Why are they password protected?

The purpose of the case studies I have posted here, is to impart insights about the work that I do, though without naming names or otherwise exposing clients to any unwanted intrusions into their personal lives. They have given their permission for their story to be used […]

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Survival, Self-confidence & Security

Like it or not, survival is something that every creature on this planet is locked into. But we humans have additional requirements that must be met in order for us to not only survive…but also to thrive. This is depicted in the schematic below, which summarises the […]

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What’s The Secret?

In every walk of life…in every trade…and every profession—there are secrets. And I’m not just talking about secrets in the normal sense of the word. I’m also talking about the tricks, techniques and methodologies that make complex things seem simple. If you spend time watching any good […]

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How NOT to let difficult people ruin your day!

My research into personality systems and the maturity continuum has given me some very useful insights into everyday people problems.  The kinds of problems I am talking about…and there are lots of them…range from the little annoyances—all the way up to the hugely frustrating and angering events. […]

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The Truth About Truth

Truth … What is truth? People create their own truth…this is called subjective truth…and is often a mix of inaccurate perceptions, partial truths, self-centred opinions, selfish illusions and even self-deceptive ideas. Objective truth is what exists prior to our subjective assessment of it. The dictionary defines truth […]

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A problem shared .... is a problem halved ... and a problem shared with the right person ... is a problem solved!

Steven Bailey-Brown

Human Dynamics Facilitator

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