So a friend of mine asked for my thoughts on the hierarchical nature of Spiral Dynamics.
After spending hours drafting a reply, Facebook wouldn’t allow me to comment as it was too long, so here I am turning my response into a blog post.
If you don’t know what the Spiral Dynamics model is, the video below provides quick glimpse into the model.
The concept of hierarchy itself isn’t ‘bad’ by default — it depends on context.
We see hierarchy in nature, in Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, and it’s often a natural consequence of human endeavours.
Someone who has spent 10 years teaching English will naturally be more experienced than someone just starting out. …
Every body is different and because our guts are like unique chemistry labs, what works for one person might not work for another.
I remember reading a study where one person who ate a tomato had their blood sugar level spike as high as another person who ate a tub of ice-cream!
Cutting out the majority of carbs from my diet has resulted in many shocking surprises for me (including no more body odour and not being bitten by mosquitoes anymore!).
Before I start sharing how Keto has impacted my life, I’ll quickly explain what Keto is.
The ketogenic diet was developed in the 1920s as a treatment for epilepsy. …
Regardless of whether you’re a Baby Boomer, Gen X, Millenial, financially or tech-savvy or not, it is my hope that by the end of this article, you’ll have a sound understanding of: