We are meant to be happy... Instinctively, we all know this, somewhere deep inside. We all know what it's like to feel a burst of delight. Every one of us has at some point in our lives experienced a sense of ecstatic joy, of euphoria at the sheer sensation of being alive. Have you ever wondered why that experience has to be so rare and fleeting? The answer is, it doesn't. -from Code to Joy All the positive thinking, affirmations, talk therapy, and pharmaceuticals in the world will never be enough to make us as happy as we were designed to be, according to acclaimed clinical psychologists George Pratt, Ph.D., and Peter Lambrou, Ph.D. That's because [...]
Interviews Daniel Burrus, one of the world's leading technology forecasters and business strategists, interviews co-author of Code To Joy, business consultant and psychologist, Peter Lambrou, Ph.D. on the synergy between Burrus' best-selling book, Flash Foresight, and the 4-Step Solution of Code to Joy for erasing the limiting beliefs that block success and the ability to 'see the invisible and do the impossible' in business and in life. Click here to watch the 25-minute interview is in two parts. Arielle Ford Interviews Dr. George Pratt. Click here to listen. Authors George Pratt and Peter Lambrou answer questions about the principles in their new book, Code to Joy. Click here to watch. John Assaraf introduces George Pratt and Code to Joy. [...]
Code to Joy is now also available in Bulgarian, Chinese (modern). Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Romanian, and Spanish. (Clicking on the cover will take you to a site where you can order that edition.)
Dr. George Pratt answers questions about Code to Joy Dr. George Pratt answers questions in this interview about Code To Joy. We hope you'll find this interesting.
Sometimes it's the small things in life that make the big impact Co-author of Code To Joy, Peter Lambrou explains how microtraumas can affect our subconscious mind and beliefs about ourselves until we change that limiting inner code to a positive one in a recently published article. Read Article Here
New Muscle Testing Illustrations A reader (Connie) who bought the book as a Kindle digital book alerted us to the difficulty in going back to refer to the visual position images on digital books. To make these images more usable, we have added a page under the new Nav link 'Muscle Testing' where we've posted all the graphic images from the book with some descriptive captions. The illustrations and a video demonstration of muscle testing can be accessed at Muscle Testing Illustrations
The best approach for dealing with multiple life limiting beliefs A reader asked about dealing with multiple limiting beliefs and how quickly to work on 'repatterning' different ones. Here's the guidance we provided on that question. "The best approach for dealing with multiple life limiting beliefs is to stay with one for at least a week, doing the Anchor at least once daily (more often if you can) for that four minutes or so of the Daily Refresher on page 222. After a week, then address another life limiting belief issue and stay with that for a least a week, and so on. As you add layers of repatterning, continue a daily refresher for that repatterned [...]
Daniel Burrus interviews Peter Lambrou Daniel Burrus, one of the world's leading technology forecasters and business strategists, interviews co-author of Code To Joy, business consultant and psychologist, Peter Lambrou, Ph.D. on the synergy between Burrus' best-selling book, Flash Foresight, and the 4-Step Solution of Code to Joy for erasing the limiting beliefs that block success and the ability to 'see the invisible and do the impossible' in business and in life. The 25-minute interview is in two parts. Part 1 Part 2
Authors answer questions about the principles of Code to Joy We've uploaded a set of Q&A videos on Code To Joy that we hope you'll find interesting.
Code to Joy Reviewed by Bob Burg Bob Burg, author of several outstanding business books including the best-seller, Go-Giver, just posted a March 26th review of Code To Joy. From the blog: My call is that it’s an excellent book. At the very least, you’ll find it to be a fascinating explanation as to how the mind works (and can play some devastating tricks on us) and, at best — if you are willing to invest the time and energy in following their instructions — you could make some hugely positive changes in your life. Read the whole review on Bob's blog http://www.burg.com/blog/
Traumas Big and Small Have Lasting Effects There has been little debate that early childhood traumas cause problems for people later in life. Perhaps one of the landmark studies was done by a team of researchers at Kaiser Permanente headed by physician Vincent Felitti and published in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine in 1998. They studied the relationship of childhood abuse, and family dysfunction to serious mental and medical problems later in adult life. Called the Adverse Childhood Experiences Study, they studied over 9,500 adults and found a strong correlations between childhood physical, sexual, and emotional abuse, violence, substance abuse, criminal activity and other dysfunctions in the family, and later development of a variety of [...]