Introducing the Genre of the Psychology of Personality Success
Episode 100: Snowflake Generation
December 18, 2017 04:33 AM PST
In defence of the snowflake generation. What is missing? What causes the challenges? Why is expectation crippling them? Why are university progression rates so bad?Episode 99: Gender roles in Children
December 18, 2017 04:09 AM PST
Why do we define gender roles in children? Talking about the fantastic book of how not to be a boy by Robert Webb. How does the economic background make a difference? When have you reached a point of acceptance?Episode 98: Writing cards with Dyslexia, What do your doodles & signature say about you?
December 18, 2017 03:51 AM PST
What do people with dyslexia have to rely on to write cards? Why is showing your handwriting such a big deal? What do doodles and your signature tell you? Why I hate the school "pen pass"!Episode 97: The Christmas Special - Why do people lose the plot?
December 18, 2017 03:17 AM PST
Coping strategies for the madness. It turns into an extrovert/introvert debate! Mel's Bells! Between the bells, I do try to give some good advice!Episode 96: Loneliness - What are the roots?
December 18, 2017 02:53 AM PST
What are the roots of loneliness? What do Intorvert and Extroverts need differently? Quotes from Jung, Rumi, Jennae Cecelia. What do you need to bring to a relationship?Episode 95: What do you need to change patterns?
December 18, 2017 02:37 AM PST
What are the 3 factors you need to change negative controlling and manipulative behaviour? How do different personalities react to growing up in a controlling environment?Episode 94: What people are missing from society?
December 12, 2017 02:00 AM PST
Who are the next Jane Goodall, next David Attenborough, next Eileen Grey, Next Agatha Christie... In a world with more access to promote ideas why are we not hearing about these people? Is school crushes these people? Why have we become so obsessed with a set of core skills? What inspires people? What outside influences missing? Can the rarer people save the planet?Episode 93: Books that inspire
December 12, 2017 01:35 AM PST
What book inspire you? some suggestions from me and facebook!Episode 92: Being INFJ
December 11, 2017 10:28 AM PST
Podcast on what it is like to INFJ. What matters to us? what do we need to get right? what drives us? how is it to be a young INFJ?Episode 91: Jane Goodall: what inspiration can students take?
December 11, 2017 09:51 AM PST
What can we learn watching the film Jane? What are the aspects of Jane Goodall's personality that make her work unique?
Purple Psychology: Shortlisted for the People's Choice Podcast Awards 2017 in Education. Episodes 1 - 45 were presented in conjunction with Marie O'Riordan. Dr. Naoisé O’Reilly is a resident expert live guest. In February 2017, the podcast relaunched with Episode 46 and a new Presenter, Melanie Hoskin. Discussion topics include Education, Personality Theory Research, Success Tips and life hacking everyday life scenarios for children and adults. Episodes are recorded in bite-sized chunks saving you time. Dr. Naoisé O’Reilly is a Founder, Expression Developist™, multi-award-winning Educationalist awarded Ability Company Status, Personality Theory Researcher and Mentor. Marie O'Riordan is a Chief Communications Officer (CCO). Melanie Hoskin is a solution focused Life and Business Strategist based in Dublin. Melanie produces and presents the very popular self-help radio show Life Talk Live on Dublin South FM, dealing with issues that affect our daily lives. Melanie interviewed Naoisé for a piece on exam stress and students. This podcast is brought to you by the 365Success journaling app, a Top 200 app. See Purple Success dot com. Podcast/app disclaimer on Purple Psychology dot com. ©Dr. Naoisé O'Reilly 2017.
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