Stories of Survival
March 23, 2021
The Journey, and Who You Become Along the Way
With over 1.2 million YouTube subscribers and 50 million plus views of his inspirational videos, in this episode Simerjeet chats openly about
self-sabotage and his unconventional path to becoming
a Motivational Speaker, something which he says
has been the most rewarding journey of his life.
Guest Info Show Notes
With over 1.2 million subscribers on YouTube and 50 million plus views of his inspirational videos, Simerjeet Singh is a highly sought after International Motivational Speaker and Mindset Coach who has partnered with over 300 organisations around the world over the last 13 years, inspiring them to take action on the things that truly matter in their lives.
In 2019 he was honored with the prestigious “Global Excellence Award” (GEA) in Motivational Speaking, and the Indian Speaker Bureau has listed him among the top 3 motivational speakers in the country for 2021.
An unconventional speaker, he helps leaders and organisations challenge their beliefs and thrive in a constantly changing era while encouraging others to make bold course corrections in both their personal and professional lives.
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Open your heart and soul for service … once you do that your purpose will come to you.
Creativity: Flow and the Psychology of Discovery and Invention
~ Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
Creativity is about capturing those moments that make life worth living. Legendary psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi (“The leading researcher into ‘flow states.’” — Newsweek) reveals what leads to these moments—be it the excitement of the artist at the easel or the scientist in the lab—so that this knowledge can be used to enrich people's lives.
Drawing on nearly one hundred interviews with exceptional people, from biologists and physicists, to politicians and business leaders, to poets and artists, as well as his thirty years of research on the subject, Csikszentmihalyi uses his famous flow theory to explore the creative process. He discusses such ideas as why creative individuals are often seen as selfish and arrogant, and why the "tortured genius" is largely a myth. Most important, he explains why creativity needs to be cultivated and is necessary for the future of our country, if not the world.