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What one can be one must be!
“What one can be one must be!” – This is a quote by someone we usually associate with a more biological side of life: Abraham Harold Maslow. A psychologist, he created the hierarchy of needs, the first humanistic approach to psychology.
We all can lean a bunch from his work. Listen to this episode as Jake uncovers his most important ideas!
Here’s what’s been covered in a nutshell:
- Time spent in the car can be time invested in yourself.
- When you don’t feel like doing something, that is when you need to do it.
- Your choices either put you on track to safety (the comfort zone) or to growth (the development zone).
- No one has all areas of life covered and perfectly organize: I might master personal finance, you might master your eating habits. When we put our knowledge and experience together, we all gain!
- When you embark on personal change or transformation, you have to do everything you can to change, not just one thing.
- “If you deliberately plan on being less than you are capable of, you will be unhappy for the rest of your life”. - Maslow
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