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Conference - colloquium
Duration between 70 and 90 minutes
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We can all change but we don't always know how to do it. My proposal is that we learn from the mistakes of the past in order to facilitate the successes of the future. That's why in this conference I talk about the psychological defense mechanisms that we use in our daily lives so that people can discover which ones harm us and which ones can help us improve.
Not all illusions can be turned into achievable projects, but without illusion it is difficult to achieve results and goals. That is why it is necessary to learn how to relate aspirations to possibilities and to properly plan strategies that can guide us towards our desired objectives.
We're all good for something and no one's good for everything. That is why it is important to discover what our basic capabilities are and how we can turn them into a professional project that will allow us to earn a decent and fulfilled living.
Some people are never wrong because they never make important decisions. The problem is that when you don't decide you can't feel like a protagonist in your own life and you run the risk of others deciding for you. That's why it's important to keep in mind that living is about taking risks, falling down and getting up. However, in order to take "risks" we must first relate our aspirations to our possibilities and our strength to the effort we want to make.
One of the reasons people argue with their peers is that they have not been able to reconcile sufficiently with themselves. The theory I defend in this respect is that the more convinced one of his own values, beliefs and criteria is, the less he needs to argue with others. In fact, arguing is not usually a sign of maturity or psychological strength, but often indicates the need to release tensions or to try to convince others to dispel one's doubts.