Today, in part one of two, I explore the book Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief by Dr. Jordan Peterson, a University of Toronto psychology professor. For those who have never heard of Dr. Peterson, he is a prolific author that’s done an incredible job of advancing our understanding around creativity, competence and personality. This book really captured my attention and I wanted to share some of it with you today.
In this episode you’ll learn:
- The subtle difference between an ordered mind and a disordered mind and its relationship to imperfection
- How the indoctrination of shame and guilt in our early years is something we project outward into to create our current reality
- That whatever you focus on grows so being stubborn and arrogant grows you, but in the wrong direction
Links & Resources
Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief by Jordan Peterson