WHEN:
SATURDAY, April 21, 2012 7:00 PM Arrival Time

TOPIC:
The Missing Link in Objectivism
Talk at FreeMinds 2010 by Dr. Nathaniel Branden
Dr. Branden was 80 years old at the time of the talk and this was his last talk.

READING:
The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem by Dr. Nathaniel Branden

DISCUSSION LEADER:
Jackie Hazelton

ABSTRACT:
Objectivism offers a noble vision of the human potential and of the virtues our life on earth requires.  But it does not tell us about how to get there from here.  In the course of Dr. Branden’s psychotherapy practice, he has learned a good deal about the problem from his clients.  He shares  some of these findings with us.

It was not his conscious purpose, but he has become convinced that he book, The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem, provides the missing link.  Dr. Branden does not mean to suggest that Objectivism owes the world a treatise on personal development; rather, his message is that there are psychological issues that need to be addressed and understood if our goal is personal transformation.

BIO:
With a Ph.D. in Psychology and a background in Philosophy, Nathaniel Branden is a pioneer in the field of self-esteem and personal development.

Author, lecturer, and therapist, he is also a corporate consultant who teaches clients how the principles of self-esteem can help them to meet the challenges of modern business.  Many of his books have been translated into 18 foreign languages and worldwide his books have sole four million copies.  His books include The Psychology of Self-Esteem, How to Raise Your Self-Esteem, The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem, The Art of Living Consciously, and his memoir, My Years with Ayn Rand.

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