If you’ve ever wanted to be happier, more content, and more comfortable with who you are, and those around you, then do we have the personality revealing show for you!
Today I’ll be talking with Dr. Brian R. Little, researcher, author, and professor, voted the favorite professor by students at Harvard for three consecutive years! He’s also the author of a fascinating book on who in the world we are, and why we operate the way we do, Me, Myself, and Us: The Science of Personality and the Art of Well-Being.
And that’s what we’ll be talking about today, about the science of personality and the art of well-being, and how it can change our lives.
That plus we’ll talk about bathtub farts and lumberjacks, music that makes your hair stand on end, why the professor’s left shoe is an introvert, the dangers of caffeine after 3, what in the world is cyberia, what North Dakota has in spades, why you don’t want to follow the professor into the bathroom, the power of weisel words and why extroverted females, may be the most heroic of them all!
MORE ON BRIAN R LITTLE:
Professor Brian R. Little received his early education in British Columbia and his Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of California, Berkeley. He has taught at Oxford, Carleton and Harvard Universities and was a distinguished scholar in the Department of Social and Developmental Psychology at Cambridge University from 2011-2013.
For three consecutive years Brian was elected by the graduating classes of Harvard as a “Favorite Professor.” He is an internationally respected researcher in the fields of personality and motivational psychology. Professor Little currently lectures to psychology students and EMBA students at the Cambridge Judge Business School and he is a Fellow of the Well-Being Institute at Cambridge.
He is the author of Me, Myself and Us: The Science of Personality and the Art of Well-Being.
Brian R. Little Online: Website | Twitter | TedTalk
- What we can learn from his Ted Talk (s) and how do we know he’s an introvert?
- How do we tell if someone is an introvert or an extrovert
- Can we shift from introvert to extrovert
- What are personal constructs?
- What can we learn from Jack and the lumberjack
- What can we learn from a Harvard Student who’d been in Army ROTC
- What’s it mean to be in your own cage?
- How you can grow resiliency
- What can we learn from the Myers Briggs test
- What are stand up chameleons
- What are the big five dimensions of personality
- How epigenetics and social powers can change aspects of our human genome and therefore our personality
- What happiness really is, means, and how important is it really
- Why introverts use weasel words
- What is hardiness or resiliency and can it be learned?
- What does hostility have to do with type A personalities
- What we can learn from play
- What’s the importance of play
- What do we need to know about personality and creativity
- What is the creative project?
- What’s the hero view of the creative personality
- How are geography and personality intertwined?
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