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What traits separate people who are driven from those aren’t?
Psychologist Doug Brackmann and Meg Terwilliger describe what it means to be driven, the differences between driven men and women and how a first-timer beats a veteran sniper in a shooting match in this very illuminating Living 4D conversation.
- How do people become driven? (7:05)
- The one thing driven people crave the most. (16:40)
- We live in a domesticated, farmer’s world. (23:55)
- FOMO and the perfect cup of espresso. (31:36)
- Shame: The ability to identify with the monster living inside you. (44:05)
- Knowing the difference between pain and fear. (50:46)
- Are you driven or possessed? (58:01)
- “Identity is a huge component for driven women.” (1:05:29)
- Identifying wounded masculine behaviors in women. (1:16:32)
- Extreme self-righteousness, narcissism and pre-verbal wounds. (1:29:36)
- “Although we envision it to be very euphoric, transformation is uncomfortable.” (1:41:06)
- Understanding that there’s no weakness in being feminine or gentle. (1:48:20)
- False enlightenment. (2:12:16)
- “Why do people self-sabotage? The ego lives in your body, not your brain.” (2:17:49)
- “There is an elitism to being driven that is not deserved.” (2:33:31)
- Feminine simplicity beats toxic perfectionism, especially on the shooting range. (2:43:24)
- Ever attend a shooting meditation retreat? (2:52:25)
- Driven: Understanding and Harnessing the Genetic Gifts Shared by Entrepreneurs, Navy Seals, Pro Athletes and Maybe You by Dr. Doug Brackmann
- The Edison Gene: ADHD and the Gift of the Hunter Child and ADHD and The Edison Gene by Thom Hartman
- The work of Thom Hartman, Father Thomas Keating, Matthew Fox and Natalya Mammadova
- The Point of Existence: Transformations of Narcissism in Self-Realization by A.H. Almaas
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