We’re whole people, but we’re also a collection of parts. When we say, “A part of me feels this way, and another part feels that way,” it’s not just a metaphor.
Here’s another free installment from my forthcoming course, Mastering the Art of Balance: Stay Sane in an Insane World.
In this video, you’ll see how the three parts that are at the heart of the Art of Balance system – Balancer, UnBalancer, and ReBalancer – also coincide with the characters in the World’s Shortest Play.
And, with those of the 60s cartoon, Dudley Do-Right of the Mounties.
I’d love to hear your responses, either via email or as a comment on the blog post.
Every four weeks or so, I’ll post course videos here and on a new YouTube channel. My hope is that the video presentation will attract a wider audience and more engagement. A Facebook self-help group, The Balance Lab, is available to anyone who purchases either the book or the course.
The course’s first home will be Udemy.com, the largest online course marketplace. The Udemy.com course will have many additional videos, downloadable resources, and other bonuses not available anywhere else.
Looking forward to your comments. See you in cyberspace –
Copyright 2020, David J. Bookbinder
Nonfiction by David J. Bookbinder
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