The Model — introducing my model for the human emotional system
[This post is part of a series on The Model — my model for the human emotional system designed for use in leadership, self-awareness, and general purpose professional and personal development — which I find the most effective and valuable foundation for understanding yourself and others and improving your life. If you don’t see a Table of Contents to the left, click here to view the series, where you’ll get more value than reading just this post.]
I will be posting an extended series on the Model — my model of the human emotional system, which is at the foundation of most of my posts here on self-awareness, emotional intelligence, and improving your life. It will cover the most useful and valuable ideas you will ever read on the matters. I’ve meant to get to it since I started posting daily.
Knowing this material and putting it into practice will put you at the level of any self-improvement guru. You’ll give as useful and helpful advice as they do, to others or yourself.
So the next couple weeks will cover the core of my seminars as well as the foundation for how I live my life. I will be writing and publishing this material for the first time, so it may be raw, but I will cover the major topics. Later series will cover applying the Model to your life, which I call the Method.
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