‘There is nothing better for self-growth than someone challenging your own viewpoint.’
If you're of a certain age, you'll remember Victor Kiam's Remington advert. For those too young to remember, Victor loved his razor so much that he bought the company, which, I have to admit, is kind of cool.
Victor Kiam is to Remington what I am to positive psychology. I love the subject so much I bought into it and have, so far, invested 10 years of my life in study, culminating in a PhD.
I appreciate that you can know too much. People can become nerdy in their subject knowledge. You can, for instance, develop an unhealthy interest in trains. Or moths. And it can also happen with personal development. ...