Allow yourself to feel (occasionally) stupid!

A new way to freedom
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (31 ratings)
2,462 students
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Allow yourself to feel (occasionally) stupid!
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (31 ratings)
2,462 students
You will find more honesty and relaxation
You gain a new understanding for yourself

Requirements

  • Curiosity to take a new perspective on oneself
  • The willingness to explore and accept oneself more deeply

Description

Being stupid or appearing stupid is terrible for most people - maybe for you too! And that's how you limit yourself and make yourself tight.

Find more your inner freedom! This course shows you the way.

 As a child we wanted to belong to our family and the environment. That's why we tried hard to understand the world of adults as quickly as possible. We felt ashamed when we seemed to be stupid. And today, as adults, we stress to appear as someone who is error-free, intelligent, and has an overview of everything!

If you allow yourself to admit that sometimes you know nothing or little, you will gain looseness and joy of playing. Practical exercises in the course will show you the way out of the old trap.

With your honesty you reach other people better and are more trustworthy and convincing as a personality.

I invite you on this way!

Who this course is for:

  • Curious people who do not always have to be the smartest everywhere

Course content

4 sections • 14 lectures • 1h 0m total length
  • Welcome to this course
    01:25
  • Personal background: one story of my past
    03:38
  • How your fear of being stupid constricts you
    02:31
  • Strategies to avoid feeling stupid
    05:16
  • Practice: Meeting your fear of being stupid in a new way
    09:13

Instructor

Therapeut, Trainer und Coach
Bertold Ulsamer
  • 4.6 Instructor Rating
  • 1,878 Reviews
  • 33,026 Students
  • 38 Courses

~* German Version below *~

PhD in law, certified clinical psychologist, NLP-trainer, trauma therapist (Peter Levine), originally from Germany. My strength is: Putting complicated psychological issues in a nutshell. Understandable for everyone - because the essence is simple! Moreover, I want my participants not only to get ahead theoretically, but also practically. Thus I set great value on them making new experiences and gaining new personal insights.

After graduating in law I also studied psychology. I quickly noticed that I way prefer working with humans to working with paragraphs. So I started to practice as a psychologist - initially with individuals, then mainly with groups. Together with a colleague I founded an institute for NLP in management trainin~* German Version below *~g. We developed and held many seminars about leadership, self-management and communication for customers like BMW, Siemens and Lufthansa.

In the 90’s I discovered the great influence of your own family of origin through the method of “family constellations”. Using this instrument I returned to working as a therapist and held seminars and trainings all over the world (e.g. in Australia, India, South Africa, Russia and the US).

Today I integrate everything I have learned working as a coach and therapist, for the last 9 years, oftentimes in China. I am the author of more than 20 books in the field of professional communication, self-management, family constellations and personal growth that have been translated into 10 languages.

If you are interested in the work I am doing then you may want to get information about my new courses and books. Inscribe you for my newsletter! And you will get reductions of some courses. You can do that on my website.


Dr. jur., Dipl.-Psychologe, NLP-Trainer, Traumatherapeut (Peter Levine). Meine Stärke ist: komplizierte psychologische Sachverhalte verständlich auf den Punkt bringen. Denn das Wesentliche ist im Grunde einfach! Und dann ist mir vor allem wichtig, dass Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmer eigene Erfahrungen machen und neue Einsichten gewinnen statt nur in der Theorie schlauer zu werden!

Nach dem Jurastudium habe ich noch Psychologie studiert. Schnell habe ich gemerkt, dass mir Menschen lieber sind als Paragraphen. Habe dann mit einer kleinen Praxis angefangen, aber vor allem immer mit Gruppen gearbeitet. Ein Kollege und ich gründeten dann ein Institut für Management-Training, wo ich viele Seminare zu Führung, Kommunikation und Selbst-management durchführte für Kunden wie BMW, Lufthansa und Siemens. Mitte der 90er Jahre entdeckte ich die große Auswirkung der eigenen Familie im Hintergrund über die Methode Familienaufstellungen. Damit ging ich noch einmal in die therapeutische Richtung und führte Seminare und Fortbildungen in der ganzen Welt durchgeführt (z. B. in Australien, Indien, Südafrika, USA, Russland) Heute integriere ich all das, was ich bisher gelernt habe, und arbeite als Seminarleiter, Therapeut und Coach, seit zehn Jahren häufig in China. Ich bin Autor von 24 Büchern zu den Themen Kommunikation, Selbstmanagement und Aufstellungsarbeit, von denen es Übersetzungen in zehn Sprachen gibt.