Last month, I read The Power of TED by David Emerald and loved it. The book contains so many useful ideas and lightbulb moments, I made a short video series covering some of the key points. Watch below for a brief introduction to the victim orientation, the creator orientation, and how to shift from the drama triangle to the empowerment dynamic.
What is the “dreaded drama triangle”?
How to Be a Creator, Not a Victim
How to Shift from Victim to Creator
What are your biggest takeaways from these videos? Leave a comment and share your thoughts.
If you’d like to explore these ideas in more depth, I highly recommend reading The Power of TED by David Emerald. It’s a short read but packed with actionable ideas and suggestions.
P.S. Do you enjoy the video format? Let me know!
Image: David Marcu
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