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  • Arash Farzaneh
  • August 07, 2008 03:26:35 AM

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A blog with a critical and humorous look at important philosophical and psychological issues, sometimes bordering on the absurd and insane. It is also a blog for writers, where some of my short stories are showcased and some tips for improving writing and accepting criticism are given.

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Thinking Systematically and Empathically: How to build and thrive on Innovation

One of the most successful approaches to success and innovation is the ability to think in a systematic fashion. It does not matter what the endeavor or business enterprise may be, it would benefit from approaching it as a systems thinker. Such a perspective and approach will ensure that there is a lack of emotional drama (we could all do with less drama in these overdramatic times of ours), and we are better able at filtering out noise (it feels like everyone is shouting nowadays whether...

Zen and the Art of Health and Leadership: A Personal Interview with Ginny Whitelaw

During my youth and young adulthood, I developed a keen interest in Zen Buddhism. Ever since I found out about this mindful and philosophical approach to life during my high school years, it has stuck with me, sometimes right in front of my eyes, at other times in the back of my mind. I was attracted by the idyllic and harmonious beauty of the Zen monastic life that was ruled by stern discipline and devout dedication in the form of a daily regimen.  When I found out that there was a Zen...

Spotting and Overcoming a Narcissist: From Victim to Victor Book Review

What should you do if your partner is a narcissist? The short answer: You would need to cut your losses, break all contact and communication with them and run away. You should refrain from engaging in a push-and-pull on-and-off hot-and-cold relationship with a narcissist, which is not only their favorite game but they will come out of it victorious due to their abundant experience in manipulation and deceit combined with a characteristic lack of scruples. But if you cannot escape or choose to...

Psychotherapy, Parenting and Millennials: An Interview with Asha Tarry

I was in the process of putting together a post on millennials when I heard about Asha Tarry’s book entitled Adulting as a Millennial: A Guide to Everything Your Parents Didn’t Teach You. I was most intrigued to talk to her and she graciously accepted to do so. Asha is a psychotherapist and life coach. We had a very pleasant chat that covered everything from psychotherapy, philosophy, our respective childhoods and families as well as the intended topic of millennials. Since there is so much...

Seligman’s Positive Psychology: Agency throughout History and Time

Through the magic of Zoom and other fortuitous circumstances, I was able to attend legendary psychologist Martin Seligman’s Keynote Lecture on Agency and Positive Psychology organized by The Shipley School and part their annual Positive Education Conference. This summer, I have had the fortune to follow more than thirty webinars and online lectures (apart from a number of personal interviews that I have had the privilege to conduct myself) but before this event, one of my highpoints had been...

COVID-19, Working from Home and Employee Happiness: An Interview with Dr. Craig Knight

Background and Context Covid-19 has not only disrupted our lives; it has upended them and turned it all upside down and inside out. The novel Coronavirus has touched us on so many levels: socially, culturally, personally, politically, and of course, professionally. I am fascinated and mesmerized by how a virus has managed to change our lifestyles to such a profound degree. In its initial stages, I remember reading an article in which a social psychologist was musing about potential lifestyle...

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