Take the ‘80% is Psychology’ Quiz!

For all (and not so) personal developers! 🙂

Should you participate in the ‘80% is Psychology’ seminars/webinars? – Take the 3’ Quiz!

Promo Quiz 1

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About mathias sager

Independent researcher, artist, social entrepreneur, and leadership and strategy advisor I was born in Zurich in 1975 and grew up in Switzerland. The last six years I lived in Tokyo, and currently, I’m staying in Pune/India. I love open-minded people everywhere and the passion to working relentlessly for developing human potential, which is an overarching theme throughout all his work. I have extensive experience in leadership and management, organizational psychology research, and learning & development practice. I have worked as a teacher, a leadership trainer, as well as a senior manager responsible for client relationships, counseling, and virtual teams around the world. Also, I’m a social entrepreneur and serving as a strategy and leadership advisor in different ways. My goal is to inspire with interdisciplinary, innovative, and cross-cultural approaches to personal and professional development for the people’s individual well-being and common good alike. Continuously learning himself and keen to help, I appreciate any questions or feedback you may have at any time. Please connect here on any social media, as well as per direct email goodthings@mathias-sager.com.
  • Buddy says:

    I noticed that the concept of time constraints was not addressed in the quiz. I believe that free time to build the person that I want to be is the thing that holds me back the most.

    • mathias sager says:

      Great point, thanks.

      I have added a question about mental time wandering as the temporal mode in which we dwell is indeed an important factor (e.g., regrets about the past, worries about the future, etc.).

      Regarding your statement that the lack of free time is holding back; – please allow me to challenge that notion. I am aware that I don’t know your/other’s specific circumstances, but I believe there is something helpful at the core of these considerations for most cases.

      I think that we all have enough time. We all got the same amount, and nobody is taking it from us. It is us alone who decide for what and whom we give our time. Therefore, lack of time is always only a symptom and not the cause of the issue. To become the person you want to be, you need to let go first of your old person. Many people are not willing to do that; they cling to their things and doings, why they remain stuck with the very same. I, for example, have chosen to live in increasingly and previously unimaginable simpler conditions. Seemingly lost a lot, I’ve won back so much time that I now can spend for what I truly want.