Author Archives: Sigi Lange

Pygmalion Effect Explained

figure_carving_statue_self_500_clr_14648The Pygmalion Effect

This effect has it’s origins in the legend of Pygmalion. It is said that Pygmalion sculpted a beautiful Lady out of stone and fell in love with his creation. He then asked the goddess of love to give her life so that he could have a dream come true and have this beauty as his wife.

It is due to this effect that we often find people influencing other powerfully.

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Wild Horse Rule Explained

wild-horse-logoThe Wild Horse Rule

The Name Wild Horse Rule originated out of a fascination with the Wild Horses found in the South of Namibia. They are Majestic animals that can cause much chaos when close to a homestead. In the same way, we have Wild Horses in the form of rules impacting our thinking that cause just as much chaos in our lives.

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Anger Management & MAD

anger-management-blogAnger Management – MAD

 

At last we have reached the MAD part of Anger Management. Within this blog I would like to work through the 3 points below that fittingly start with the letters M.A.D.:

 

  • Message (Wild Horse Rule)
  • Always allocation (Reality Check)
  • Dissonance (Misunderstood?)

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Epic Fail on Day of Failure

Believe it or not…I was so impressed with Dominique Gabriel, the newest intern at Capacity Trust  that took the initiative to write this post for October 13th – International Day of Failure. I then got busy and clean forgot to post it for her. I believe it is worth while reading and that is why I decided to post it even after the day of failure. Have fun reading it!

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Anger Management & Emotional Debt

Anger Management – Emotional Debt

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As discussed in our introduction to this theme we would like to discuss Emotional Debt and its impact on extreme emotions as anger within this long awaited blog.

When dealing with individuals that experience high levels of extreme emotions as anger I found that they often negate the importance of past experiences in the out or in-bursts of the emotions.

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