Does “Not In Demand” = Immoral?

I was chatting with an old friend not long ago about his career. His is an interesting story: currently a part-time farrier (one who shoes horses) with a full-time triathlon training schedule (competing at the world triathlon grand finals next week in London - go Richard!), his career trajectory originated in the culinary world. After … Continue reading Does “Not In Demand” = Immoral?

Work is…

Last night, Simon Fraser University at Surrey  hosted a very successful open house, in recognition of its 10th anniversary as an SFU campus. It was fun evening - lots of prospective students, parents, various members of the community - all stopped by to join in the celebrations. Our office (myself and some wonderful colleagues from … Continue reading Work is…

My Fascination With Sigmund Freud

Of all the posts I've written, the one that seems to consistently get the most page views is this one on strengths and weaknesses, Freud, and Alfred Adler. I guess there's a lot of psychology students out there scouring the web in search of information on how these two prominent historical figures viewed the issue. … Continue reading My Fascination With Sigmund Freud

Freud, Adler, and Strengths & Weaknesses

This may come as a surprise to many of you, but there are some things that I’m just not as good at as others.  Though it pains me to admit it, there’s a lot of stuff that, well… for lack of a better word, I suck at.  Okay, it doesn’t really pain me that much … Continue reading Freud, Adler, and Strengths & Weaknesses