Conversations that go beyond the everyday, where psychology researchers, scientists, and cultural revolutionaries share their insights to help you become everything you’re meant to be.
In today' s episode I spoke with Irvin Yalom, the author of best-selling books such as When Nietzsche Wept and Love's Executioner, the father of existential psychotherapy and a pioneer in the field of group theory. We spoke about his latest book, A Matter of Death and Life, which he co-authored with his late wife, Marylin Yalom. Marylin and Irvin weave together a beautiful and touching tale of true love, old age, and a life well-lived...
Prof. Simon Baron-Cohen and I discussed his new book, Pattern Seekers, and how autism has been a driving force for innovation throughout human history. Simon explained how, for most of human history, the true innovators and inventors were individuals who were curious, focused, and constantly trying to understand the systems that govern our world...
Hi, I’m Roni. I research psychology and love to have conversations with overall exceptional people. My aim is to share everything that I’m learning with all of you, to help you find your purpose and redefine your bigger picture.
We all have a life purpose, but finding it is easier said than done.
By zooming out of the day to day and asking ourselves the tough questions, like what is truly important to us and what kind of lives we want to lead - I think that way we can get a little closer to finding our bigger picture.
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