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Do You Have To Be Ruthless To Succeed? The Truth About Survival Of The Fittest with Dr. Chris Kukk: In this episode we ask "do you have to be ruthless to succeed?”, we examine how compassion is powerfully linked with success, we discuss the ...

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In this episode we ask "do you have to be ruthless to succeed?”, we examine how compassion is powerfully linked with success, we discuss the essential task of challenging your own world view and seeking evidence you disagree with, learn how to ask great questions, and much more with Dr. Chris Kukk.    Dr. Chris Kukk is a former counter intelligence agent, now a professor of Political and Social Science at Western Connecticut State University. He is the founding Director of the Center for Compassion, Creativity, and Innovation. He is the author of the newly released book The Compassionate Achiever and has been featured on NPR, NBC, The Economist, and more  Social and emotional learning and how Chris is using that to transform early childhood educationHow positivity and compassion can spread from the bottom up to change schoolsThe neuroscience behind how compassion helps children learn more effectivelyWhy cultivating personal awareness is the first step to masteryWith meditation you catch more than you miss, without it, you miss more than you catchWhat did Charles Darwin have to say about how compassion impacts the “survival of the fittest”How a focus on helping one another moves society forwardWhy the conception of compassion as “soft” or “weak” is completely wrongHow compassion is powerfully linked with successMother Theresa’s “Ripple of Kindness” Do you have to be ruthless in order to succeed?Compassion enables you to have sustained successLessons from EnronWhat psychology and neuroscience studies show about extrinsic focus vs intrinsic focus on your achievementHow Utah has saved money by pursuing a policy of compassion in solving homelessnessThe “4 step program” for cultivating compassion that you can start implementing right nowThe power of “LUCA”The power of listening to learn instead of listening to replyThe definition of compassion - understanding and taking actionHow we can “understand to know” and build a deeper mosaic of understanding to find common solutions to our problemsConnecting to capabilities, reaching beyond yourself to help people with the human potential hidden in plain sightThe essential task of challenging your own world view and seeking disconfirming evidence All feedback makes you stronger, ideology fears the truth, wisdom seeks it The buddhist concept of “fierce compassion”Remember, water cuts through rock over timeWhat are “knownaughts” and “noxxers”?The power of connection to make your success limitlessHow do we ask great questions (and why its so important to do that)?The great question is like the lens of a camera, the aperture shapes what you see on the other sideThe words that you use frame the way you see a problemHow silence can open up doorways for deeper understandingLessons from counter intelligence interrogations about how we can become better listenersThe power of "nondoing"Practical steps you can implement right now to begin walking the path of compassionLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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