A Distant Mentality

A SoCal based psychologist whose work feeds an insatiable wanderlust.

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Last week, two colleagues and I were walking through downtown L.A. after a tasty lunch at Otium, The Broad Museum's lovely modern restaurant. One of my co-workers commented that I was “really good at keeping connected with people“ and I replied, “Yeah, it’s kind of my superpower." Admittedly, I felt a tad grandiose at my impulsive response, but the truth is I really feel that way at times.

You won't find any "official" methods from any business course or motivation book in this post. I've actually never read that sort of material. This is purely what has worked for me in 20 years of working in my current field (a combination of law enforcement and psychology). 

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