Sunday, 20 May 2018

Noticing the cave dweller

After a week off - spent in the glorious city of Valencia in Spain - you can now listen to episode 9 of People Soup podcast. In this - I draw upon my experience of bike rental in Spain - using it to illustrate our cave dweller mind - our minds often produce content which isn't helpful to us - but can have a significant impact on our behaviour. Our minds aren't broken - they're doing what they're designed to do. I describe the three key features of our cave dweller mind as:

  • Danger, Lookout!
  • Belong!
  • More, more, more.

By noticing our cave dweller mind we can choose to take a route that is perhaps more helpful to moving towards what matters to us.

Listen to Episode 9 by clicking here!




Photos by Helen P.

Episode notes:

You can find People Soup on many podcast providers - including

itunes

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/people-soup-behavioural-science-for-more-meaningful/id1366855217

soundcloud

https://soundcloud.com/peoplesoup

sticher
http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=180955&refid=stpr

Metaphors for Life podcast

I've also discovered a podcast that relates closely to mine - it's produced by James Hardie - up in Edinburgh and it's called metaphors for life - well worth a listen

You can find it on itunes here - metaphors for life podcast