On Alfred Adler, ambition and the real meaning of lifestyle
Ever wondered about the psychological underpinnings of your work? What makes you go, what makes you stop? In architecture such crises de confiance come with the territory but explaining them doesn't. To master the unconscious elements of success you have to throw away all those outrageous management books about learning from Genghis Khan and turn to Alfred Adler instead. Born in Austria in 1870, Adler first trained as a doctor, then became an eye specialist and eventually turned himself ...
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