April 5, 2012
Everyone has ideas that are fundamental to their lives. But uncovering those basic assumptions is surprisingly difficult. We’re not always aware of our own assumptions. This little book gives you the tools you need to identify what’s important to you. [Read more]
March 1, 2012
If you’re a people-person who is facing statistics for the first time, this is the book for you. The math won’t be hard, we’ll go step by step, and I won’t make you memorize formulas. I think statistics is scary when you face it alone. So let’s do it together.
July 5, 2011
Finding the ideas which form your mental core is not an easy task. But it’s a very important one. When we’re in trouble, we rely on our most trusted ideas. But we get end up with some pretty distorted views if we’ve been raised with inflexible ideas. It’s easy to blame ourselves for the problems our parents had. As children, we feel responsible for things outside of our control. We don’t know any better. [Read more]
July 1, 2011
This is an introduction to the culture, mentors and theory of Sigmund Freud. If you want to understand yourself, look at the people who have influenced you and the culture in which you were raised. The same is true of Sigmund Freud. He is best understood within the context of the 18th century. He was the product of the ideas of his time and the people in his life. It’s 3 bucks on Kindle. Try it, you’ll like it.
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