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STORY MEANINGS: AN ANALYSIS OF RAPUNZEL

(This version is by Paul O. Zelinski, as is the cover art.) I’ve recently been stunned by the understanding fairytales have deep archetypal meanings, the recognition of universal human patterns with biological underpinnings. We know these archetypes in our bones – the king, queen, prince, princess, witch, devil, servant, disloyal servant, sage, whore, jester, wretch, …

WHY HIGHLY LIBERAL, OPEN, DISAGREEABLE MEN HAVE THE WORST LIFE OUTCOMES

Statistically, these men fail most. Men build cultural structures of values and set these standards on one another. Competence demands reformation and building. Seeing the cracks in the structure and constantly attacking them makes this man an enemy of everyone, not a valued asset, especially if the disagreeable trait includes neurotic withdrawal, a common pairing …

ICONS & IDOLS, HONOR & HEROS

The Lie Self-promotion asserts competent ability to conquer chaos based on intrinsic being rather than doing – cognitive belief divested from action or faith from works – ergo iconography contradicts instinctive models of heroism by a representation separated from the reality of action or the object/archetype’s natural laws (sacrificing pleasure to attain competence for ascendance, …

UNSURPRISING PERSONALITY DEFICITS

Harvey Weinstein’s behavior makes my stomach turn. It deserves punishment, and Hollywood needs reform, but I leave that discussion for others. My intention is to adjust our expectations of leaders and normalize understanding of low-functioning character deficits.

THE MUSIC MAJOR HIRE 3: IQ EQ CQ AQ

In The Music Major Hire 3 we covered multidisciplinary talents of musicians. If you’re hiring in the tech or creative fields, you’ve likely heard about IQ EQ CQ AQ. These identifiers can be personally empowering