We enter the world pre-programmed for survival. Along the journey of life, we receive new programs and training from multiple sources that enable us to grow and succeed. Sometimes, the programming we receive gets in the way of our success and we must take action to remove the old programs and adopt new ones.
In this great discussion, Robert and Devon pull apart the strange behaviors of self-destruction. At work and in our personal lives, we see people do stupid things and wonder how they cannot see that their actions are holding them back.
There is a thinking stuﬀ from which all things are made, and which, in its original state, permeates, penetrates, and fills the interspaces of the universe.
A thought in this substance produces the thing that is imaged by the thought.
Your boundaries at work are continually moving, shaped by the people, environment, and your career. Your self-worth comes through when you establish boundaries. They are the indicator of your worthiness because they signal to others what behaviors you’re willing to tolerate. Robert and Devon discuss how to navigate this difficult topic in the engaging podcast.
Robert and Devon discuss the power of self-worth and how it controls every aspect of what you want and whether or not you keep what you attain. Worthiness is the driver of success. If you don’t feel worthy of the results of success, you will never get there, and even worse, you will destroy the success you gain.
Letting go of what others think is hard. In this episode, Robert and Devon press into the uncomfortable and try to break free of the internal dialog of criticism and regret. When we let go of “what others think” we are free to fully express our true self and live in our true gifts.
Dylan Hoffman, Adjunct Faculty of Jung Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, CA joins Robert Christiansen and Devon Wayt in a great interview about Jungian theories and how they give us guidance in our lives.
In this episode of the Motive For Life radio show, Robert Christiansen and Devon Wayt dive deep into the power of focus and eliminating the distractions that block us from our success.
In this special “inspired” episode, Robert turns over the rocks of our most profound, most challenging obstacles to find the hidden treasure of personal growth. We limit our success, and it is up to us to see these blocks and remove them. Join Robert …
In this episode, Devon Wayt and Robert Christiansen turn over the rocks of self-worth and how deep, meaningful conversations with colleagues, friends, and family can change your life.